msdm a nomadic house-studio-gallery for photographic art and curatorial research, an expanded practice of the artist's book, photobook publishing and peer-to-peer collaboration created by contemporary artist paula roush

STUDIO/ ARCHAEOLOGY
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GROUND FLOOR


 

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DEPARTMENT OF PARTICIPATORY ARCHITECTURES
SAAL SECTION

 

 

 FIRST FLOOR

STUDIO/ ARCHAEOLOGY



DEPARTMENT OF RELATIONAL FORMS 

BED SECTION
 

 

 

 

 

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DEPARTMENT OF CONSCIOUSNESS

PARALLEL LIFE SECTION




 

 

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APPROPRIATION DEPARTMENT

CORPOREAL SECTION

 

 

 SECOND FLOOR

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FOUND PHOTO FOUNDATION  DEPARTMENT

FLORA MCCALLICA SECTION

 

 

 

 

TITLE PROJECT: STUDIO/ ARCHAEOLOGY
SECTION I:  surface_fragment_texture 
MEDIUM: Photogrammetry models
of msdm House-Studio-Gallery.

3 sub sections
1-  Models of entire rooms and spaces.
Photogrammetry is the tool or technique used for creating a digital model of the space, exploring the sofware’s viewing options  which can show the model as mesh, white surface,  photographically accurate surfaces or exaggerated, disappearing, impossible views  from the other side of  surface. The final pieces are not just the exhibition of an overall form, but re-presentations of the potential that lies within the surface.
2-  Models of small fragments of space.
This can be a fragment  that is magnified so a small detail becomes presented as a large component, an error or inconsistency in the model (such as a hole, or a strange connecting strip between two elements) exploited in some way, manipulated in scale, and point
of view.
3- Model within the model.
Curation or exhibition of a model within the space represented by the model. A proposal, in effect, for the space to exhibit itself: the entire space, or just a fragment of it.

 

AUTHORS: 
paula roush with
UWE/ INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE

 

Dream[S]pace; Artist[S]tudio

Kayla Attfield 
Olivia Cridland  
Loren Eade  
Esra Oksuz 
Sasha Robinson  
Laura Tiller 
Martha Titcombe 
Yasameen Wakeel  
Rachael Ellwood   
Shaune Hazlehurst   
Zoe Irvine 
Molly Quigley 
Florence Stacey 
Hend Youssef Weseya 
Pei-Mun Yap 
Shahd Ahmed 
Milar Almasri 
Claudia Alonso Perez 
Lala Apriyanti  
Clement Wong  
Ahmed Rafie 
Maheshee Ramnauth 
Eleanor Ring 
Nadiah Aldossary 
Marika Searle-Krokidas 


WORKSHOPS BY:
Sophia Banou
Matt Hynam
David Littlefield
Eirini Grigoriadou
Charles Drozynski
Tonia Carless
paula roush


Grotto
[tc1] E. Chua
Kiera Fitzsimons
Eleanor Greenslade
Emma Greenslade
Ilee Khezrzadeh
Kirk Conor
Olivia Morrison
Thanakorn Suwanpaisankul
Bella Tasheva
Xing Thoo
Henry Thornton
[tc2] Kate Lucy Barnes
Faye Brookes
Ffion Bronwen Margaret Byrne
Imogen Eve Cory
Annabel Mitchell
Jessica Emily Moon
Brooke Navin
Vanessa Koyinsola Onilogbo
Hannah Wendy Parker
Janhvi Ramji Patel
Samuel Lawrence Robinson
Joy Chebet Ronoh
Pamela Wdowczyk






CONTEXT

Spatial imagination, free-hand and digital drawing, model making and diagramming, modelling techniques, theoretical position, are a particular focus, this year, to focus upon the human occupation of space, the loss of social space correlating with the global pandemic of covid-19, as well
as the corresponding overlaps between domestic and institutional or public frameworks.

The work is to  consider an explicit and embedded social
and material sustainability:

Is physical intervention needed? How is it needed?
How can we contribute to emerging alternatives to the paradigm of increasing economic growth towards human
and environmental wellbeing? What kind of spaces will we  inhabit when cultivation rather than extraction is the goal?  We challenge the discipline of architecture from within to reframe and remake our way of being in the world, to consider Interior Architecture as a collective ritual.

 The studio considers the exploration of the notion of architectural narrative, and the use of design to convey an idea or a theoretical position and the integration of historical, theoretical and cultural references within a design proposal for: The body, activity and space, the [tc9] possibilities of interior architecture and its spatial, poetic and political implications and[tc10]  spatial creativity and response.



 mobile strategies of display & mediation
 

by appointment only
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paula roush 
founder


paularoush@gmail.com

London SE


msdm@msdm.org.uk

school of arts  & creative industries  
london south bank university


roushp@lsbu.org.uk