Macromania : Traversing the life cycle of waste
Macro-mania is a delusion of the distance of objects being farther than they actually are. Waste coexists in our daily lives, from solid to fluid to digital waste. The project aims to investigate daily activities as waste generating processes from the scale of a room to a city. The process also involves highlighting the contrast of waste to a commodity exposing the global - social - infrastructural impacts during the entire process. It forms inter-connections across three processes - Waste travsersal, Waste water treatment, and Wine making.
Team : Neha Oswal | Akshada Muley | Gaurav Puri | Ruoyang Chen
Guided by : David Jimenez Iniesta | Nate Waddell
Software used : Rhino | Adobe Illustrator | After Effects | Premiere Pro
UCLA M.Arch II | Tech Seminar | Spring 2020
The gallery shows the infographic based animation that illustrates the traversal of waste followed by the stills that depict the micro to macro scale aspects considered during framing the narrative and storyboard.