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In my design specifications I stated that I wanted to transform a space, provoke emotions of anxiety and calm, raise money for a charity of my choice, and get a message across to my audience.

To test whether I succeeded in doing these things I asked 17 audience members to fill out a questionnaire that I had designed to measure the success of my product.

When looking over the responses, everyone was very impressed with the exhibition and enjoyed it very much. Most audience members were able to identify and feel the emotions that the

installations were provoking as well as the extreme contrast between them. When asked which installation they liked more, half of the viewers said that they couldn’t decide. The other half were divided quite evenly between the two rooms. Some liked the intense colours and the glow-in-the-dark paint in the first room, and others liked the classical dancing and the emotion portrayed in the second one. Finally I asked my viewers what they thought the message of my exhibition was. Unfortunately, almost all of them said they were unsure about what the message was. If I were to do this project again, I would leave everything the same except I would focus more on making my message clearer to the audience. Overall I felt that producing a personal project is a wonderful way to learn because students are able to show who they are and explore their capabilities.


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