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A CIM ZINE

MACCLEMENTS YEAR 1, NUMBER 1 // JANUARYNOVEMBER MMXIII

I THINK PERFECTION IS UGLY. SOMEWHERE IN THE THINGS HUMANS MAKE, I WANT TO SEE SCARS, FAILURE, DISORDER, DISTORTION. YOHJI YAMAMOTO

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AN INTRODUCTION TO A YOUNG MAN

Hemingway said, “Write hard and clear about what hurts. Don’t avoid it. It has all the energy. Don’t worry, no one ever died of it. You might cry or laugh, but not die.”


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PREFACE The following portfolio has been designed with an intentional and deliberate editorial style that aims to complement the volume of work at hand. After months of editorial design, debate and precedence research a final composition was chosen. The choice of an A4 landscape template spread across two A5s allows the reader to maximise his or her understanding of the work negating any opportunity to allow the eye to wonder between space by having the eye focus more on the visuals versus text. The following editorial and print designers, and their works were considered: DANIEL BARBA MONO&TYPO No. 2 KYLEIGH BEZUIDENHOUT Cool Capital Catalogue PABLO SALATIN - Youth GREIG ANDERSON Truenorth Film Production

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MACCLEMENTS ARCHITECTURE DESIGN GRAFFITI I am, Christopher Ian MacClements, a passionate and loyal patron of anything creatively uplifting and worth pursuing. I have a deep desire to one day combine the fields of architecture, illustration and animation. I am an avid collector of online publications presented by other like minded and well-tempered designers who focus a great deal of attention on getting things done and getting them done correctly. I enjoy collaborating with others, who are as driven as me, in environments that evoke creativity and fun learning. MAXIM ALWAYS KEEP DEATH IN MIND

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INDEX I AM CIM as a process of self

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Design Skills Normative Stance Design Logic Logo Design I AM CIM as a process of design Y3 Des Baker Microform Scar Tissue Pavilion Y2

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Myanmar Embassy

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Park Acoustics is a monthly outdoor live music concert.

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TUKS GRAFFITI MURAL // MMXIII

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DESIGN SKILLS

ALTERNATIVE SKILL SET Art Direction

Illustration Digital Art Character Design

Branding & Editorial

Corporate Identity Development Logo Design Editorial Template Design Storyboard Design

3D Animation + Special Effects

Render Texturing IES Vray Ligthing Parameters Vray Engine Parameters

Street Art Graffiti Mural Design

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lives. Architecture in essence should serve to serve. Architecture should act as a communication device between the end-user of that space and their environment and the end-user and the architect. Responsive design is bred from a critical understanding of one’s own environment. This knowledge can only be understood further if one understands the potential that architecture has in communicating ideas.

Inspiration

NORMATIVE STANCE Following a three year introduction to the application of good design and conscious design ethics in the field of architecture, I have come to a deepened understanding of who I am as a designer. WHO AM I THEN? As a multidisciplinary designer with an intrinsic understanding of design I have always been drawn to the idea that architecture, design, illustration, film and any other field pertaining to the arts are of vital importance. Design itself is a culmination of all spheres of life, and through life design is born. This understanding of the importance of design has led to a pursued interest in experimenting with various design procedures in order to create a desired object. The outcome may not be in keeping with my specific style - but through experimentation I know a style, well-suited to my design philosophies, will manifest itself. “Alway keep your eyes open. Keep watching. Because whatever you see can inspire you.” - Grace Coddington, former creative director of American Vogue. Power of Expression Having spent a year working alongside Carin Combrinck, I have learned a few things regarding the emphasis that architecture has on a our

Site Specific Another valuable lesson learned from the experience of working this year is that architecture needs to take heed of its immediate environment. Architecture cannot stand independent of the environment it is built in. It cannot isolate itself from the needs of those who inhabit its internal spaces or surrounding spaces. It must act, once again, as a identifiable tool by which those who utilise it, utilise it well. Architecture therefore needs to have a bottom-up approach. Architecture therefore needs to understand the community it serves first before it can understand its standing in the greater whole. Regional understanding of the client and/or community is of utmost importance in design and architecture.

Thom Mayne Bernard Tschumi Renzo Piano Toyo Ito Factory Fifteen Ateliers Olschinsky Jose Ortiz 123 KLAN Mateuz Sypien Ernest Hemingway Sir Ken Ronbinson J.R.R. Tolkien Peter Jackson SMASH 137 Reggie Watts Bonobo


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TEDx PRETORIA PROFILE

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DESIGN LOGIC

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CIM LOGO DESIGN

From the design of my CIM logo it is apparent that I have a very clear and concise understanding of what is that needs to be done when the problem presents itself. I believe in phasing projects according to levels of importance and urgency. This methodical application of design approach has led me to critically delegate tasks and decipher the more necessary from the less necessary work loads at hand.

The following logo was created as a stamp for future works constructed by me. I made use of my initials - CIM - as a generator for the structure of the logo. The hardness and straight-edge design manifests itself from a culmination of ideas that are currently relevant to the way I approach my design work, namely graffiti and architecture, and the potential they have to influence one-another.

The most outstanding work I have produced has been through intuitive thinking that has gone on to methodically thought out in terms of execution. I pride myself on the fact that I can, if needs be, resolve a large volume of work in the shortest possible time frame to the best of my ability.

The logo, and my own wants from the project, demanded a very geometric understanding of the use of triangles and the influence they have in the construction of the letters used in the logo. The above illustration is indicative of this.

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SMASH 137 , GRAFFTI WRITER , A BEAUTIFUL STRUGGLE // MMXIII

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I AM CIM as a process of design Y3 Des Baker Scar Tissue Microform Pavilion

Y2 Myanmar Embassy

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2012 MURRAY & ROBERTS DES BAKER // 1st PLACE WINNERS, CAPE TOWN Des Baker is undoubtedly the highest awarding accolade that an undergraduate student studying architecture in South Africa can receive. The AZA Student conference held in conjunction with the University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa established a brief which aimed to express the views or ideas of architecture by mean of a narrative. My partner Johann Wiese and I explored the idea of ‘memory as the architect’. With a core concept in hand, we developed the idea further stating that architecture can act as a trigger to unlock suppressed memory. Psychosis Theatric thus explores the

Psychosis Theatric utilised the extended metaphors of capitalism as something that has the potential to completely destroy relationships between individuals in South Africa. The secret killing machine housed in the cooling tower represents the conflicting ideologies of our two character who both represent two economies entities vying for capital of the power supply market in Pretoria. This struggle once again highlights the breakdown in human interaction that we so frequently see in our daily lives.

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PAGE SNIPPETS The following snippets illustrate the triggers that unleash suppressed memories stored in the mind (on the left) whilst the snippet (on the right) illustrates the architecture of the killing machine, highlighting the structure and machine processes involved in creating

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Y3 : MICROFORM The brief entailed designing a houseboat that would be self-sustaining and meet the minimum requirements needed to house an occupant whose only primary concern would be for shelter, safety and a means of travel. The approach to the project was a theoretical one aimed at exploring the possibility of utilising micro-organisms as a material to construct an architecture that could identify itself in an environment, therefore programming itself to adapt instinctively to the occupant and the immediate environment. Investigation into this lead to the discovery of the work of Steve Pike, who believes the manner in which these micro-organisms colonise their environment, how they communicate, organise and negotiate their territory along with these mechanisms and purpose they employ, provide metaphorical parallels with human colonisation, with added benefit of being an abundant and renewable resource.

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Having identified a material, the project then required the investigation of how such material could be made into something tangible, something with surface, something that could contain. This led to the discovery of the work of Marcos Cruz, whose contribution to Neoplasmatic Architecture, led to the idea of ‘Flesh’ (the surface, the container”). Ultimately, he aims to discuss a future vision of the body in architecture by exploring ‘Flesh’ as a new concept that allows rethinking our common and more traditional understanding of architecture. Central is the investigation about Human Flesh [the Body] and a new emerging Architectural Flesh; a broader discussion about Aesthetics of Flesh. STEVE PIKE MARCOS CRUZ MARJAN COLLETTI

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Y3 : SCAR TISSUE The project explored the idea If architecture is to have a

of varying the domestic typologies which one could apply to architecture in a post-apocalyptic Tshwane. The brief posed the question, “Can architecture create dwelling after modernity?” Can architecture adapt itself sufficiently and efficiently enough to a society in which resources and other commodities are scarce? Can architecture heal itself effectively post apocalypse.

healing/regenerative process then it will need to have some means of getting there. The project, stemming from interpretive analysis of Wood’s work, identified that a ‘wound’ (attained from conflict) will only heal itself once the regenerative ‘new tissue’ (occupants) starts forming a ‘scab’ (new domestic typology) that will eventually leave behind a ‘scar’ (lasting impact) on the body (the urban context, city, building).

“Architecture is war. War is architecture.” – Lebbeus Woods. LEBBEUS WOODS Questioning this led to the discovery of Wood’s Radical Reconstruction, in which he states, “The spaces of the old city were shaped to sponsor conventionality. In their damaged state, they offer an entirely new possibility for understanding the origins of both space and habitation. The architect leads the way by codifying this understanding only in terms of space, without fixed reference of habitation”.

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STRUCTURAL COMPOSITION

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LIFT MECHANISM

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STRUCTURAL SUPPORT MECHANISM

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VERTICAL FARMING UNIT

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Y3 : PAVILION The Olympic Pavilion was designed as a dual function pavilion that would host shooting during the 2024 Olympics in Tshwane and serve as an Ecological Research and Algae Monitoring Facility post Olympics The project entailed designing a three phase programme: Phase 1 (2024): Olympic Games 2024. Phase 2 (2024-2030): The Ecological Research and Algae Monitoring Facility would serve to create awareness for possible fuel alternatives, such as bio-fuel obtained and refined from algae gathered from the replenished Apies River east of the site.

The hosting of the Olympic Games (Phase 1) would be done so in a post-apocalyptic Tshwane in which a resource and other values commodities would be scarce. This restriction aided the design in questioning the current approach to shooting in a contemporary Olympic context. I t was decided that the sport, along with the pavilion would re-assess and re-appropriate the sport and the architectural typologies of shooting pavilions to a climate which emphasised (hyper-exaggerated) lack of resource. This meant that the weaponry right through to the materials used in the structure would be modified to suit a post-apocalyptic Tshwane.

CHRISTOPHER CHRISTOPHI Phase 3: SEAN CAMPBELL The production of and trading ROSS DAMIEN JORDAN of bio-fuel within Tshwane.

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Phase 2 (2024-2030): The Ecological Research and Algae Monitoring Facility would serve to create awareness for possible fuel alternatives, such as bio-fuel obtained and refined from algae gathered from the replenished Apies River east of the site.

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Y2 : EMBASSY The design of the Myanmar HAND RENDERED Embassy has to this date been DRAWINGS one of the best projects I have submitted. The entire composition of the floor plan right through to the elevation sections were all highly thought of as integral parts of a whole. The construction techniques employed served to highlight the tectonic interplay between elements. The openness of floor plan illustrated transparency of Myanmar’s progressive move towards independence.

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I AM CIM as a process of experimentation Bubble Fat The Kit Graffiti

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BUBBLE FAT Bubble Fat is a sketch series I did for exhibition at Park Acoustics, Pretoria as well as for OppiKoppi Music Festival, Northam.

BUBBLE FAT CREW

The sketch series is comprised of 5 characters . Each character is an illustrative example of contemporary sketch styles applied in street culture. Each sketch is generated from a circle and from there each character is developed.

dnb klap - based on the effects, colloquially known as ‘bass-face’, experienced when listening to drum & bass music.

astro fat - based on space invader themes popularised in street culture.

phat cap - based on the Montana Gold/Black’s ‘fat cap’ aerosol nozzle.

This series was of great importance to me because it fo- reegz - caricature of a friend cused my attention on thicker and his camera. line-weights not so familiar to every day sketching. frosty the bear - a bear on an ice-cream stick (it’s that simple).

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THE KIT The Kit sketch series has been SPRAY CAN one of the best sketch series MARKER produced by me thus far. RESPIRATOR It explores the three primary tools used in street art. The art work itself tried to compliment a very geometric application of shapes and forms as a means of juxtaposing the dogma that street art is only there to vandalise space when in fact a lot of contemporary street art today, like the shapes in the composition, are well thought out prior to application and/ or construction of a sketch or mural.

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GRAFFITI Street art and street culture are as important to me as the air I breath. I have always been a great believer that one day the gap between street art and architecture would be bridged. My appreciation for the art started with my interest in calligraphy and hand-styles used in constructing letters. The geometric application of shapes and forms used in conjunction with an environment that has volume, space and dimension has always excited me.

Influential writers/artists SMASH 137 SOTEN DARE FAITH 47 VANS THE OMEGA SOFLES DATER HOMBRE SUK CAN TWO MARS DS MAD C

It excites me to think that the art form has the potential to take heavily depressed areas in an urban environment and give life to these dead spaces through art. There is no stopping the art form and I am as enthralled to be apart of it as I am to be alive and living.

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THE MAKGADIKGADI PAN , BOTSWANA TRIP 2012 // MMXIII

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I AM CIM as a process of exploration TEDx Pretoria Hello Ambassador

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TEDx PRETORIA SPEAKER The Art of Sound

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Ahmed Alkayyali Brendan Hughes Bruce Dube Christopher MacClements Don Packett Gabriel Matabane Itha Taljaard Lany Sommers Leyla T. Haidarian Mike Stopforth Pumela Salela Ralph Baumgarten At TEDx events, a screening Tiyani Nghonyama of TED Talks videos -- or a Stafford Masie combination of live presenters and TED Talks videos -sparks deep conversation and connections. TEDx events are fully planned and coordinated independently, on a community-by-community basis. TEDx Pretoria, as with all TEDx talks, was created in the spirit of TED’s mission, “ideas worth spreading.” The programme is designed to give communities, organisations and individuals the opportunity to stimulate dialogue through TED-like experiences at the local level.

The event itself was by far the most eye opening experience of my 2013 calendar if not my whole life. The extraordinary talent talent that presented itself on the day left me in absolute awe. The conference itself played a major role in my decision to continue and further my studies in the field of architecture.

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KEVIN HORSLEY BRAIN CAMPAIGNER For the past 23 years, Kevin Horsley has been analysing the mind and memory and its capacity for brilliance. He is one of only a few people in the world to have received the title International Grandmaster of Memory. He is a World Memory Championship medalist, and a two time World Record holder for The Everest of memory tests. Kevin is also an author of four books, and the designer of a times table game with the Serious Games Institute at North-West University Vaal Campus. Kevin is a professional speaker, and assists organisations in improving their learning, motivation, creativity and thinking.

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STAFFORD MASIE FUTURE TECHNOLOGIST Technology Futurist, Serial Entrepreneur, Technology Startup Angel Investor. Stafford is famous for establishing Google’s South African presence. If he acted in Alice in Wonderland…he’d be the rabbit and the mad-hatter combined. Stafford has been in the IT industry for more than 18 years. After completing his tertiary computer science studies in Israel in the early 90s, he returned to South Africa and worked for Telkom and Dimension Data. He spent 8 years in the USA where he played a significant role in the open source software arena and he has been responsible for global partnerships and corporate technology strategy for numerous international territories including: Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela), the Middle East, Sub Saharan Africa and Southern Europe. Stafford was country manager for Novell South Africa and developed and launched Google South Africa. A self-confessed serial entrepreneur, he is involved in several leading-edge technology startups…whilst flying microlights and single prop aircraft, scuba diving and snow skiing when time allows.

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HELLO AMBASSADOR CREATIVE CONFERENCE EXHIBITING ARTIST PERFORMING ARTIST

Speakers

CAREL HOFFMAN Hello Ambassador was the OWNER - HILLTOP LIVE / first creative conference to be OPPIKOPPI PRODUCTIONS held in Pretoria and consisted of the following: MARKUS WORMSTORM COMPOSER / AUTHOR / EN1. Two Day Conference: TREPRENEUR - THE BLACKHosted at the Pretoria State HEART GANG / BIBLO.TV / Theater, the conference Fea- MARKUSWORMSTORM.TV tured various local and international designers, producers, RAIMI GBADAMOSI filmmakers, entrepreneurs, INTERNATIONAL ARTIST / advertising and marketing gu- WRITER / CURATOR / PROrus, and all-round creatives. FESSOR 2. Creative Expo: Local artists, brands, and companies promoting and selling their work, products and services.

JOHAN AURIACOMBE FOUNDER / EVENTS COORDINATOR / DRUMMER - GRIET / KIDOFDOOM / CAPITAL CRAFT

3. Design Competition and GIUSEPPE RUSSO Awards. CREATIVE ENTREPRENEUR / FOUNDER AND EDITOR-IN-CHIEF - ONE SMALL SEED / DIRECTOR - DESIGNED 04

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CIM digital CELLPHONE

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HOME PHONE

(+27)012 460 9525

EMAIL

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CIM physical PHYSICAL ADDRESS

221 CANOPUS STREET WATERKLOOF RIDGE 0181 PRETORIA SOUTH AFRICA

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