Category Archive: Jessie Chung

Phoenix Blooming – Final Documentation

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Proposal  A multipurpose pavilion located on the southwest part of the roof of the building made out of seeded cardboard that is built in autumn. The pavilion is mainly for architecture students as… Continue reading

Phoenix Blooming (Crit Slideshow)

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Expression

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Cycle of (Ex)Change

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Music – Sungha Jung, First Step

A Gallery of Thoughts and Ideas

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Typically, a swap meet is a bazaar of sorts, and a place to make an exchange of one good in favour of another good. However, I myself had never had that experience, unless… Continue reading

An Exchange to Our Growth

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swap verb. swapped, swapping. to exchange, barter, or trade, as one thing for another meet verb. meet, meeting to come upon; come into the presence of; encounter to come into contact or form… Continue reading

Interdependence – A Brief Analysis of the Idea of Collaboration in The Thinking Hand

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Juhani Pallasmaa’s The Thinking Hand, explores the idea that our bodies, hands, eyes and minds are four aspects which help shape one’s perception of the world one lives in. “We are connected with… Continue reading

Searching for Ways to Become One : The Dependant Factor – A Gallery of Site and Subject Entwined

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An Unusual Reflection

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The theme that I decided to go with was hybridism as Dan Bergeron creates a kind of hybrid with a person’s portrait to the site that he installs it on. The two different… Continue reading

The Inquiry

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Biography Born in Toronto, 1975, Dan Bergeron studied Film and Sonic Design at Carleton University though he credits graffiti and skateboarding as his inspiriting for re-purposing public spaces. After graduation he began his… Continue reading

The Simulation Game – Face of the Locker

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For this phase of the project, we were asked to recreate, using similar (if not the same) techniques and steps that our artist went through, a chosen work from our artist. Since we… Continue reading

Fauxreel – Scratching the Surface to a Whole New World

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I would be lying if I said I was ecstatic to hear that we would have to research, analyze and draw inspiration from street artists and that their art would basically be the… Continue reading

The Beauty of an Assured Ambiguity

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ambiguity [am-bi-gyoo-i-tee] 1.doubtfulness or uncertainty of meaning or intention 2.an unclear, indefinite, or equivocal word, expression, meaning, etc. In other words ambiguity is a synonym of vagueness, which I thought was perfect since this project has succeeded all other seemingly vague things that I have come across.… Continue reading