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So I went to the library....

Charlene

Monday, Mar 07, 2016 - 12:30:21 am

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err will hold on to the pics of selected pages for now and add them in my pinterest or somewhere later when I have time…

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Putting Things Into Perspective II

Charlene

Monday, Mar 07, 2016 - 12:12:56 am

@ Charlene

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Overall concept + Presentation Ideas

From the different POVs, I gathered that people take what they saw fit from it and that just proves the point that religion is a self-constructed ideal unlike how its supposedly a fixed set of beliefs that one commits too. In fact, many “rules” I Read more →

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Putting Things Into Perspective

Charlene

Sunday, Mar 06, 2016 - 11:50:55 pm

@ Charlene

“Zen does not ask you to believe in anything you cannot confirm for yourself. It does not ask you to memorize any sacred words. It does not require you to worship any particular thing or revere any particular person. It does not offer any rules to obey. It does not give you any hierarchy of learned men whose profound teachings Read more →

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18 Perspectives: Process

Iskandar Ruhaizat

Saturday, Mar 05, 2016 - 06:44:48 pm

@ Sang Musang

So I’ve decided to do use the Koran as an object and the 18 perspectives of groups of people. I want to show how these 18 groups appropriated the verses from the Koran to justify their beliefs.

Major Arcana My Perspective Verse The High Priestess The Feminist “[3:195] Their Lord responded to them: “I never fail to reward any worker among you for Read more →
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18 Perspectives: Research

Iskandar Ruhaizat

Saturday, Mar 05, 2016 - 06:34:05 pm

@ Sang Musang

I wanted to approach this project using illustrations (plan B is to do up collages) and make them look like tarot cards. For this project, I’m only going to use the Major Arcanas in a tarot deck.

I really like Tiffany’s (aka Lovage) illustration style (though I think it will take quite some time to do)

the photomontage like the Tiffany’s (aka Lovage) would work? reminds me of same method we used in Rhymes...but much more colorful
Hi Ina, yup I'm currently sketching out the lines for the cards before scanning them in to fill in the colours. Will explore monochrome and colour theory to see which works better. Also, do you need still need more works for Rhymes? I can bring mine down on Monday if you'd like; forgot to bring mine the other time.
Great! please bring the Rhymes for me to store- of course if you have them... We are postponing the set up as ADM is planning exhibit in the gallery and they might need the wall i wanted to use to put display. I will keep all the works and wait for the best ocasion. have a nice sunday

Inspirations

Jo

Friday, Mar 04, 2016 - 10:04:21 pm

@ toiletpaper

The artist is Anderson Debernardi, and he was born in a village near the Amazonian rainforest. I love his paintings because they have a psychadelic feel and combine a plethora of colours together almost seamlessly to create a sense of mystique and it seems that the paintings have a life of their own.

Categories: Point Of View
wow! beautiful reference!