Category Archive: Diego Juarez

Banner/Hulk Laboratory

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The initial study was to analyze the art work of a Canadian street artist name Dan Bergeron. One might say his style of street art is unlike the generic “graffiti” styles that one… Continue reading

The hulk, Project IV: Revised Site Model

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The initial study was to analyze the art work of a street artist name Dan Bergeron. Who’s technique followed the notion of dissecting large photographs and wheat-pasteing them onto street walls. The work  is… Continue reading

Project Description

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Over the past few months I was assigned a street artist, name Dan Bergeron. Who’s technique followed the notion of dissecting large photographs and wheat-pasteing them onto street walls. The art work he creates… Continue reading

Experience, Analysis, and Material Proposal- THE HULK

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Audio: I want the area “presence” to be mysterious giving a sense of curiosity to the audience of what lays in that specific area. This also gives an intense yet thrilling experience. Atmosphere… Continue reading

Project 3: Reflection-The Hulk

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Name: Dan Bergeron Time: 1:30p.m Date: March 11/2014 Lab Report 3: Cage of the Beast Purpose:  To contain The Hulk whenever he needs to transform This will allow no destruction or any issues with the neighbours… Continue reading

HULK: Explorations + Preliminary Drawings and more

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Thought Map: In approaching the concept of work for the Hulk I was met with the difficult decision of determining what workspace should be used for something that destroys everything in its path.… Continue reading

HULK, the beast.

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Biography: Hulk is a super hero that is portrayed as a large green humanoid that possesses near limitless superhuman strength and great invulnerability, attributes that grow more potent the angrier he becomes. Hulk is… Continue reading

The Thinking Hand-Essay

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In The Thinking Hand, Juhani Pallasmaa continues to expand on his multi-sensory approach to architecture by focusing on the vast potential and significance of the human hand. A part lesson in architecture and… Continue reading

Midterm Reflection

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Over the past few weeks I have been exploring the work of Canadian street artist Dan Bergeron, who is also known as Fauxreel. On Friday, February 14th I was to discuss the research… Continue reading

Gallery of Dissection

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Exploration of Dissection

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Based off of what my artist, Dan Bergeron, evoked in his artwork entitled Face of The City, I chose to pursue the theme of dissection. In learning more about the theme of dissection,… Continue reading

Artist Analysis: Dan Bergeron

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Dan Bergeron also commonly known as Fauxreel, is a Torontonian street artist whose subversive photo-based street art can be seen plastered over the walls of Toronto. A product of the Film and Sonic… Continue reading

Reconstruction: Dan Bergeron’s Face of The City

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Out of all of Dan Bergeron’s work, the piece that I found particularly intriguing would have to be his project titled Face of the City. In this project Bergeron establishes a correlation between… Continue reading

Dan Bergeron

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When looking at Dan Bergeron’s artwork, it is easy to come to the realization that his style of graffiti (or street art) is unlike the generic graffiti styles one would usually encounter. At… Continue reading

Footprints

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    When walking on various surfaces, such as sand on a beach or freshly fallen snow, we as humans are naturally inclined to know how our bodies will affect a given surface;… Continue reading