The iconic arched building, The Opera House was the inspiration for this project. Its arches appear in the three rows of the work. The row of screen prints are composed of the original drawings and designs of the Opera House as the background, and a silhouette of an angle of the Opera House printed in red ink over the top. The two layers of these prints represent the before and after of the building all at once.
The etchings in the second row are the public's reaction/interaction towards the building. The red strips that appear are to show the resembling shapes and patterns as the screens prints above to tie the works together.
The black and white photographs on the third row are abstract shots of the building. These are to show the audience a different view of the structure from up close and in extreme detail because most people only see it from a distanced as a whole building. So I wanted to show the audience something that they wouldn't usually see within the building beauty.