On 27th February 2017, Visualising Global Challenges students exhibited their work in class. On this webpage they have curated a virtual exhibition of this artwork.
Lobitos is in the Piura region, North-West of Peru, located on the Peruvian coast. It has a dry desert climate of year round temperatures above 22.5 degrees Celsius and annual average rainfall of 42 mm. Lobitos has a population of only 1600 and has 5 main residential areas. Key infrastructure in Lobitos is weak and […]
Gallery documenting the development of the artwork: See the photographs by Henry Espinoza Fragment collage inspired by We Watch This World by photo-poet Harrison Ekeblad On Suminagashi A pattern printing method which exploits the interaction between pigments and water. Different coloured ink is poured on a water surface, the pigments that are […]
This mood board shows a summary of the ideas I established during conceptual development on the case study of Lobitos, Peru. It includes some of the main mediums I used in my conceptual development (paint, pen, photo transfer and ink). The colours, styles and subjects show strong links with my final piece and I think it conveys my ideas […]
The viewer’s attention is expected to be drawn towards the intricate design and movement of the waves initially. This is meant to reflect the fact that Lobitos at this age is most known of its surf tourism by outsiders, and unless one have studied or actually travelled to Lobitos, one wouldn’t be aware of its […]