Collection: part 1

Research 1

23.10.17 - interaction -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGJtn2arIlA

This campaign is a campaign against sexual harassment on public transport. It is interesting that it shows how publicly it can happen and how even when the tube is busy no one can see it or speaks up about it. I think she is also scared to say anything to him incase he is dangerous or being trapped with him in a confined space or even if he denies it and no one believes it. 

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09.10.17 layout research - Vanessa Beecroft

This poster shows the concept of using a grid and creating an whole image from the three images in the grid spaces. This portrays how an image could look behind different gaps in the grid but also using several images to create a new one.

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09.10.17 layout research - Vanessa Beecroft

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09.10.17 layout research - Museum of Modern Art Oxford posters - Yoko Ono poster, 1997-98

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09.10.17 layout research - Karl Nawrot. Drawing Templates (studies), 2007 — 2014

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08.10.17 layout research - Alan Clarke

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02.10.17 Print research - Ecce Homo, Ken Rookes. April 2017

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01.10.17 print primary research

01.10.17 print primary research

01.10.17 print primary research

01.10.17 print primary research

25.09.17 MUDLARKING - art from the river blog (linked)

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19.09.17 TYPE - final 3D image - Juergen Teller for 'Daisy' by Marc Jacobs - Oct 2012

I liked the quality of the photograph that Teller has matched with this campaign image. It shows the softness of the meadows and reflecting the name of Marc Jacobs 'Daisy'. I also like how they chose to dress the models in white to support the softness. This approach could directly link to the work of my crisp, white and ribbon like 'A' form. I wanted to use this as inspiration of how portray the lightness of the form I had created. 

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19.09.17 TYPE - final 3D image - Juergen Teller for 'Daisy' by Marc Jacobs - Oct 2012

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19.09.17 TYPE

ribbon shelves

I have seen these often in my life in craft shops. This experience was useful to me as inspiration due to how the ribbons flow out of the shelves. This movement and shape was helpful for me to understand how my undulating legs of my letter 'A' would look as I suspended it.

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19.09.17 TYPE inspiration - ribbon shelves

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17.09.17 Type Project

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17.09.17 Type Project

'Penguin’s John Steinbeck reissues feature Walker Evans Polaroids from 1973'  - Creative Review - 14/09/2017

 

 

 "      The new covers adhere to the redesign of the Modern Classics series which has been rolled out this year. Art Director Jim Stoddart updated his own 2007 design with a new livery, as Henry Eliot Creative Editor of Penguin Classics explained in a detailed post on the publisher’s website: “The back covers, spines, Penguin roundel and cover text have all turned a pale blue-green, a shade known as ‘eau-de-nil’, ‘water of the Nile’,” he wrote.

“This colour is a reference to the series’ original palette and its brief blue-green incarnation as Twentieth-Century Classics.” Fifty titles were selected to relaunch Modern Classics in 2017, including seven of John Steinbeck’s novels.      "

 

 
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17.09.17 Type Project - mattias sahlén , elevator

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13.09.17 secondary research - Mood - The Chapel Rothko

Rothko - The Chapel Inspiration to enhance the mood in the room using materials/colours and the shape of the room Our room would be square, creating a closed off feel to it. It would also be made out of concrete - as seen in the viualisation - creating a cold and unwelcoming mood

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13.09.17 secondary research - Mood - The Chapel Rothko

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13.09.17 secondary research - sculpture - L.O.V.E - Maurizio Cattelan

L.O.V.E - Maurizio Cattelan This piece incorporates alot of the elements of what we wanted to include in our own installation. First the material of the sculpture is concrete and it is very realistic. Secondly the peice seems to be very pessimistic considering it is called “L.O.V.E”. It is also in a very public place which may be condemmed, even though it is an artwork, as it could be uncomfortable to let something vulgar to be so public.

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13.09.17 secondary research - sculpture - The Sum of All Evil - Jake & Dinos Chapman

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secondry research introduction 13.09.17

With our concept of a pessimistic installation with modern weapon sculptures we looked for secondary research in three different areas; Modern, realistic and if possible dark or pessimistic sculptors; ways that artists have controlled the mood of a room and what weaponry would we create sculptures of that was fitting with our theme. 

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23.10.17 - interaction -

23.10.17 - Interaction -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35KqGNa1FGA

This video is a woman in normal clothes walking along the streets in the daytime of New York. As she walks along the streets she doesn't provoke anyone but she gets many comments and intruding acts happening to her such as people following right next to her for a long time. I think this is really interesting because these people are interacting with this activity unintentionally. The woman created this activity and didn't know people would definitely say anything but as it happens so often they did interact. 

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19.10.17 INTERACT - Troika - ‘Limits of a Known Territory’ NC-arte, Bogotá, CO 6 Jun. - 5 Sep. 2015 Curated by Claudia Segura

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09.10.17 layout research - Museum of Modern Art Oxford posters - Jan Dibbets poster, 1977

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09.10.17 Museum of Modern Art Oxford posters - Donald Judd poster, 1976

This poster shows very well how a grid can be formed and can easily stand alone as a subject of a layout. It reminded me very much of my own sketches of strip lights I had done in preparation to creating my own grid. It is simple using repetition of rectangles which I find very successful. This has made it uncomplicated and easy to look at. 

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09.10.17 Museum of Modern Art Oxford posters - Donald Judd poster, 1976

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08.10.17 layout research - Silvo , base, 2016

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02.10.17 Ken Rookes

The prints by Ken Rookes seen below show the different approaches I would like to be able to show different aspects of my composition in my print. For example In Ecce Homo The use of white space to show a light coming from behind the figure was a useful method to be able to adapt as my print has many light sources in it. It shows the direction of the light with the choice of line and its dispersing away from the figure. 

 

In Punting in the Park the different level of ink acts as shading. This would be useful for me as it very well shows the 3D aspects of the image which I would find useful to separate my Television from the plinth it sits on. 

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02.10.17 Print research - Punting in the park, Ken Rookes

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01.10.17 print primary research

01.10.17 print primary research

01.10.17 print primary research

01.10.17 print primary research

27.09.17 - moving image project

Sound Inspiration 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHbQr6Xsy8U

 

I chose to use this scene from 'The Godfather' as inspiration as I saw how it used sound amongst the image. The baptist scene is playing at first and then the image flips to gangsters preparing their guns and weapons to kill people. Even though the image changes the sound doesn't so as people are getting shot you can hear the priest talking and christening a child. I likes the idea of the sound staying the same as the images change and wanted to use this concept as it means there is a continuous flow throughout the film. I therefore used one long sound clip of a wave over my different image clips to show the continuity. 

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19.09.17 TYPE - final 3D image - Céline advert 'Câline' in Vogue, March 2012

Due to the lighting the effect I created in my photograph was still crisp and chic but more dark than the airy bright effect I first imagined. These Céline campaign images represent how it can still be flowing and chic with darker lighting effects. The shadows it creates are more sinister but personally more interesting to look at, probably because it is less obvious. 

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19.09.17 TYPE - final 3D image - Céline advert 'Câline' in Vogue, March 2012

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19.09.17 TYPE - final image of 3D outcome - Céline advert in Vogue, April 2017

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18.09.17 TYPE

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17.09.17 Type Project - Arndt Benedikt , ab 05

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17.09.17 type project - Tomasz Berezowski , mechanik

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17.09.17 Type project - Timm Knoerr , 8hvl balkenplakat1

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13.09.17 secondary research - sculpture - The Kiss . Rodin

The exhibition would be over time starting with 8 concrete blocks that over time an artist would sharpen and reveal weapons - like how Rodins sculptures reveal figures. The artist would also engrave why we had chosen this particular weapons into the concrete blocks - much like war memorials and tombestones

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13.09.17 secondary research - sculpture - The Kiss . Rodin

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13.09.17 secondary research - sculpture - The Raft of Lampedusa, Lanzarote, Spain. Jason deCaires Taylor

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11.09.17 primary research project 1

Looking from the environment around us we found primary research reflecting the words sharpen and stone. Often the stone element had grey or dark tones in the objects we found that were either mad of stone or looked like stone - for example the vinyl floor that looks like marble. 

 

 

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