Monthly Archives: October 2016

Journal week 9 (entry 1-2)

Entry 1 So the goal here was to show how shading can cause the felling of depth and distance.  Due to the lightness of the shading around the base of the paper it look the the paper is  lifted up. … Continue reading

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Journal Week 8 (entry 1 and 2)

Entry 1 Alysse Stepanian: “Syria Planum: For Water for Oil” What hit me the most is the idea behind it the fact the that the human world is on the brink of destruction due to ourselves. The video tries to show … Continue reading

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Flag drawings

Here the goal was to show how at different heights an object changes how it looks. So as the height of the object was increased to  my eyes. The object height look like it got smaller.

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Mario Prisco Gallery Essay

The Cohen Gallery at Alfred University had on display different works from an artist by the name of Mario Prisco in an exhibit called Observed and Imagined: Works on Paper. Mario Prisco former Dean and Professor of the School of … Continue reading

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Stop Motion

Jan Svankmajer: Stop Motion          Jan Svankmajer a Czech born animator is known for his use of clay and inanimate objects that come to life and he is a well known surrealists. It is clearly displayed in … Continue reading

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Journal week 7( entry 1 and 2)

 Entry 1 Day 7 Michele Manzini: Snags in Palladio The technique used here in this video was using different camera angles and choreography to get across the meaning. I felt confused and at the same time wanting to see more … Continue reading

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Boring Book Cover

The goal was to take a boring book cover and make it interesting to look at. I had a book cover that was just grey and said on the side The Italian Renaissance. That is why this the cover is … Continue reading

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