Monthly Archives: November 2013

Exhibition space and technical requirements for Group L

We would like to exhibit in the space on the attached image (currently Someone Else’s Girlfriend space). We need 3 meters along the wall (from the corner on the right towards the left of the image) by 2 meters from … Continue reading

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Working Progress- slides case

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Experiment on perspex

Hello guys :D! Tania, Saskia and I will go to printmaking workshop tomorrow and then try some printmake on the perspex. But we’re afraid that it will take too long time, so I tried to use different way to present … Continue reading

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Final Colour for the string

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Grid layout for words

Below an image of the new layout for the words – more clustered according to category / words that fit together, and in a grid. Also a quick jpg of how the one wall would look (didn’t have images of … Continue reading

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Photos for the work today!

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About today 2

To build on Tania’s post, here are some more from today: Reiko suggested we set up a camera while we are setting up the installation. An example to inspire: Rana suggested we do something like this with for our … Continue reading

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About today!

Some photos of our sketches/prototypes we have done while we were discussing what materials and what space we should use for our 3d exhibition piece.

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Thread sculptures inspiration

  Sculptures by Gabriel Dawe. By Kendra Werst   June Kim sculpture made with thread and plexiglass  

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Research in John Lewis

I went to John Lewis in Kingston to seeing about if any material we can use in Exhibition. From the feedback This is a fundamental element of graphic design and since your piece is words and string / wool / … Continue reading

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