Category Archive: Bernice Shum

Final Reflection

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From my assigned graffiti artist, Swoon and super character, Raven from Teen Titans I was to design a space for work that allowed students on campus and Raven to use. Caledonia Curry also… Continue reading

Project IV: A Gathering [Site Model]

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From my assigned graffiti artist, Swoon and super character, Raven from Teen Titans I was to design a space for work that allowed students on campus and Raven to use. Caledonia Curry also… Continue reading

Project IV: First Review

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The architect in this project, Swoon was assigned to design an architectural space that resembled Raven’s character. raven from Teen Titans is a multi-talented hero who has many abilities including the ability to… Continue reading

Project IV: Site Analysis & Explorations

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Audio Proposing Presence of theme & Program Interpretation:            Epic Trailer Music: Site Analyses: Material Explorations I decided to continue to use: glass, cardboard and mirror in my explorations… Continue reading

Project III Reflection: Raven

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My assigned character, Raven from Teen Titans is a multitalented hero who has many abilities including the ability to control anything except her emotions. She often holds in her emotions to prevent harm… Continue reading

Exploration & Preliminary Drawings

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Through research of my character, Raven, I found that one of her strengths and weaknesses of her powers involves her inability to exhibit her emotions. I was interested in working with the idea… Continue reading

Client Analysis: Raven

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My client, Raven is a heroine fictional character from Teen Titans who first appeared in DC Comics Presents in October 1980. Raven is the daughter of a human mother, Arella and a demon father, Trigon.… Continue reading

The Thinking Hand

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In The Thinking Hand by Juhani Pallasma, the hand, eyes, body and mind are powerful tools that shape the world we live in. Through innovative projects, we further evoke emotions and broaden human experiences. Our… Continue reading

Midterm Reflection

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My first critique on Tuesday February 11 was a nerve-racking but nevertheless engaging  and provocative experience. Nothing can be perfect but through feedback, trial and error, we grow from our experiences and constantly… Continue reading

Transformation Exploration

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Transformation through Materiality

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From Swoon’s Brooklyn Museum Installation, multiple themes were portrayed. Transformation and connection were two of the main themes that I believed strongly echoed the piece. I decided that I wanted to explore the… Continue reading

Swoon, Caledonia Curry

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Caledonia Dance Curry was born in New London, Connecticut. She moved to New York at 19 and studied in Brooklyn’s Pratt Institute obtaining a BA in Find Arts. She specializes in life size… Continue reading

Reconstructing Swoon’s Installation…

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One of Swoon’s most intricate pieces is an installation held in Brooklyn’s Art Museum. Swoon uses multiple mediums and the amount of detail, the subject matter and her pieces are extraordinary and remarkable!… Continue reading

Callie Curry, Swoon

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Graffiti art is one of the most publicized forms of art today. The art form usually aims to promote an idea or adds aesthetic appearance to a space thus creating a more lively… Continue reading

The Beauty of Five

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            In a world where sight is relied on daily, it is extremely difficult to imagine a world without it. The most significant sense of the human body… Continue reading