I have chose to elaborate on the two projects, “Crystal Universe” by TeamLab, and “Infinity Mirrored Room — filled with the Brilliance of Life” by Yayoi Kusama.
Both of the mentioned projects are light installation projects of Japanese origins. Both of them are similar in that they deal with LED lights suspended in a space, and both of Read more →
Prior to looking at her website and artworks, I’ve done a bit of research on Candice. As I looked into her past working experiences and exhibitions, I find myself searching for more of her works as I like the way how she explore human relations with objects in different mediums.
“She is interested to explore the frameworks of relationships that are negotiated between humans, Read more →
I always see Candice around in school and wherever we see each other, she will always be the first one to smile, so I smile back. Even though I have never took her class, she seem very nice.
Anyway, when I was looking through Candice’s website, I found Playing The Archive, part of Studio Lab from Penn State. To be honest, Read more →
Having the opportunity to go to Sonoport’s office is an eye opener! I am confuse whether to call it a studio or an office. It could be a studio as that is where they make their ‘sound’ happen, but it is also an office as it has a very formal arrangement.
Before the trip, I remember I was imagining how the Read more →
With more websites that offers free sound and sound effects, do you think Sonoport is affected by this?
In terms of project management, how do the managers ensure everyone have a fair share of work and recognition?
why did you see that Singapore is a good place to have your company, Sonoport?
What do you think of Singapore’s industry?
The visit to Sonoport opened my eyes on entrepreneurship and the media scene in Singapore.
When arriving at the offices, I am surprised to see such an open office with a small group of people working on very different aspects of a project.
Sonoport, as a brand, was very clear in its objectives. They are able to clearly recognize their targets audience and Read more →
My questions for Karst is not actually about the film’s subject matter but on the process of the film
How was this project planned from start to finish?
What resources were needed to create this film? were there sponsors for this?
And most importantly
How does this film important to us in terms of project planning? What makes it a good example to study? Is Read more →
Why was the decision to have no voiceover made? That would have made the story and context much clearer.
How did you find out that a house was going to be built here?
Why choose to tell this story from so many point of views, rather than just follow one perspective from start to finish?