The Object and Idea
Chinese ceramics had been the subject matter that I researched a lot through this semester’s Art History module. Other than gaining additional knowledge from lectures and tutorials, I was also aware of analysing an object thoroughly and finding reliable sources to support whatever I had claimed. Continue reading [Art History II] Visual Response – Reflection
The Concept/Theme – Kampung Spirit
Firstly, I have always been interested in the subject matter of Singapore’s community spirit because of our multi-racial citizens. Hence, I decided to dealt more into it and expand my Assignment 2’s works. Continue reading [2D II] Assignment 3 : Final
‘Perceiving the Mind’
An installation project by Dina, Rachel and Tiffany
Artist Statement Ι Research Paper Ι Documentation
‘Perceiving The Mind’ explores the inner thinkings of one’s mind through the ideograph of a tent – the video’s central motif – to symbolize the space of our mind. By projecting silhouettes from the exterior, it is up to the audience to apprehend the responses gestured by the passing crowd. Derived from Tracey Emin’s The Tent (1995), the audience has to crawl into the tent to view the work. This sanctuary, a small and safe space in a troubling world, is intended for a psychological experience as you question yourself, ‘Are they referring to me? Why?’.
After some discussions, my group (Rachel, Tiffany and I) managed to focus on one of the ideas we posted earlier and develop it further.
Continue reading [4D II] Possible Idea