Role: Arts Apprentice
Achievements: Assisted installation artists in the creation of 'The Financial District', 'Funeral Parlour' and 'Spiro's Restaurant', within a 13 floor office block in Croydon.
Attention to detail, as everything within the office was covered in newspaper, from the walls, ceiling, blinds to the keyboard, pens and plant pot.
Hundreds of copper coins were glue gunned to the floor, as over 25,000 audience members continued to leave behind their coins over the 5 week running of the show.
A maze made from newsprint was connected to the office for audience members to tackle.
Stages of the 'Funeral Parlour' being developed. A small room behind the coffin contained many crosses, made from various pieces of wood and stuck to the wall, with extra detail being painted directly on the wall.
The main 'Parlour' area consisted of a large pink wooden coffin, constructed to allow an actor to remain stood inside and with doors that open up to face the audience members. Black fablon was used on the windows, to block any sunlight whilst shapes of a cross were cut out and covered with tissue paper, to give a stained glass window effect.