Urban Diagnosis is a Masters project completed by Sabeya Ali, Zuliana Alizan, Emily Anderson, Natalie Bennett and Farrah Jahangeer whilst studying at the Glasgow School of Art. The project is a critique of an urban area in Glasgow, challenging our own thoughts and perceptions. The vehicle of analysis is the 38 bus which runs along a main arterial route. The Urban Diagnosis explores a rich urban scenery that extends from the city centre out to Greater Glasgow’s suburban periphery. Instinctively we defined nine different areas along the journey, each with their own distinctive characteristic. The film was used as a tool for beginning the urban diagnosis of the route. It is a cinematic derive that is introductory and a descriptive of our initial thoughts. It is an experiment of exposing our observations by recording the urban context out with the norm of two-dimensional representation. The aim of the film was to capture the urban realm that coexists with the 38 bus route and to portray the range of experiences and interesting areas.

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