Collective Jewellery Landscapes
Xan Goetzee-Barral’s explores how Jewellery can provide a beguiling opportunity to explore the relationship between the site of the body and of the landscape, through its socio-cultural, material and tactile qualities.
Jewellery offers an opportunity to explore the relationship between the body and the landscape
How can the collective nature of urban parks be manifested through the relationship between the body and the landscape?
Jewellery offers a beguiling opportunity to explore this relationship, considering its socio-cultural, material and tactile qualities. In this project Xan Goetzee-Barral investigates the application of these qualities to Hackney Downs, utilising a series of pavilions that enhance the park and foster moments of encounter and interaction.
By using ground and body casts of the site, the project explores the projective relationship between the body and the landscape.
Name Xan Goetzee-Barral (he/him)
Deparment The Bartlett School of Architecture
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