Category Archive: Christopher Conlogue

Cacophony-Final Resolution

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The program assigned to me for my final studio project was a music room. Before programs were assigned, I had been exploring the various forms and shapes I could achieve through manipulation of… Continue reading

Cacophony

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The Acoustics of Wax

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Transportation of Sound

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Sound Over Distance-the Acoustic Properties of Wax

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When I was assigned the “Music Room” program, I initially viewed my proposed space as an enclosed, soundproofed studio-a room in which musicians could isolate themselves from the rest of the building. It… Continue reading

Music and Deviation from Control

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A music room, by standard definition, is a musician’s studio space-although the term can apply to any space in which one or multiple musicians preform or practice. The physical and practical requirements of… Continue reading

The Thinking Hand and Loss of Control

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The Thinking Hand and Loss of Control The Thinking Hand by Juhani Pallasmaa, deconstructs the various processes of making-both in past and modern artistic scenes. The approach to the process of making that… Continue reading

Material Exploration-Viscosity and Loss of Control

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Part 4-Exploration

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The theme I chose to explore for this portion of the project was the balance of control and lack of control. Given the medium most often used by my artist, I chose to… Continue reading

Phase Three-Interpretation

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Space Soundsystem, the Hayuk work I chose to reproduce, is very indicative of Hayuk’s style. It consists of 14 interwoven squares painted with black, blue and red. This piece adheres to Hayuk’s idea… Continue reading

Exploration-Maya Hayuk, Space Soundsystem

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“Space Soundsystem” Maya Hayuk-http://blog.cindersgallery.com/shows/2010-2/2010-heavy-light-by-maya-hayuk/ The art piece I chose to reproduce was a panel from Maya Hayuk’s 2010 exhibition, “Heavy Light”. The panel is titled “Space Soundsystem” and is approximately two by three… Continue reading

Maya Hayuk-Project II

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Involuntary Motion

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The human body is a complex assembly of integrated systems. We are constantly preforming functions that we are completely unaware of, that are essential to our continuity. Many of these functions are noticeable,… Continue reading