Category Archive: Cindy Ly

FOOD BANK

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SPACE DIVISION

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ENVELOPED SHELTER

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OBSERVANCE

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Music: Yann Tiersen – Comptine d’un Autre Ete L’apres Midi

THE SUSTENANCE OF BUILDING 22

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For my conceptual models, I wanted to focus on the shapes that the cups might create and how they’ll begin to envelope the space. I found that when paper towels are soaked in… Continue reading

FOOD SLOPE, MASS OR MOUND

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Food Bank noun noun: food bank; plural noun: food banks; noun: foodbank; plural noun: foodbanks a place where stocks of food, typically basic provisions and non-perishable items, are supplied free of charge to people in need Food… Continue reading

THE THINKING HAND AND THE HUMAN CONNECTION

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In the Thinking Hand by Juhani Pallasmaa, the author speaks a lot about the meaning of art and architecture, and the experiences that come out of it. Most of communication has been proven… Continue reading

BARRY MCGEE; AN ACCUMULATION

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PROJECT II: PHASE 4 MATERIAL EXPLORATION

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The themes I wanted to explore that reflected my artist Barry McGee are accumulation and repetition. In McGee’s works, he often uses found objects that he collects from other people and is able… Continue reading

BARRY MCGEE PHASE III: INTERPRETATION

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Barry McGee is an American street artist from San Francisco who started off as tagging in the streets before making it in the private art world of galleries and exhibitions. Having grown up… Continue reading

BARRY MCGEE PHASE II: EXPLORATION

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My favourite pieces by Barry Mcgee are his bottle works, in which he collects liquor bottles from the homeless in exchange for money and paints faces inspired by those he meets onto them.… Continue reading

PROJECT II: BARRY MCGEE

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BARRY MCGEE Barry McGee is an American street artist who has found success in galleries. Even with his success and breakthrough in the art world of galleries, he is able to maintain his… Continue reading

PROJECT I: Measure of Time

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Final Compilation The objective of this project was to “perform and document/record an act of measurement on and/or with your body”.  Rather than a quantitative measure, I wanted to explore qualitative measures of… Continue reading