Category Archive: Lindsay Campbell

Closure

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The program that I was assigned is “community garden”. I interpreted a garden as being a place of nurture; is it a place where things are encouraged to grow. Using strings as a… Continue reading

Displacement of Memories

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A garden is a place of nurture; is it a place where things are encouraged to grow. Using strings as a symbolic representation of memory, memories of violent acts experienced by students on… Continue reading

Changes Under Tension

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Developing a system that changes under different tensions.

The Path

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A garden, by definition, is a place to plant things. Working with my theme of displacement, I am extracting the idea of the use of lines in a Japanese Rock Garden, and continuing… Continue reading

The Garden of String; Through the Eyes of the Observer

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The general definition of a garden is a place where plants/vegetation grow, and can be arranged in different ways depending on time periods and culture. I am choosing to focus on the Japanese… Continue reading

Garden of Eden

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A community garden is a garden in which people come together and contribute to a garden. Gardens are typically areas in which plants and fruits are grown, and taken care of. However, a… Continue reading

Displacement of Conceived Ideas; Examining Pallasmaa’s Work

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The Thinking Hand, written by Juhani Pallasmaa, discusses how we experience architecture and art through our embodied senses. Pallasmaa reflects his view of the digitalized world and how it is impacting the architect’s… Continue reading

Displacement Interpreted Through Materials; Exploring Lady Pink

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II. 4- Material Exploration

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For this part of the assignment I decided to further explore the theme of displacement. I chose to explore this theme with the use of elastic. I think that elastic can represent outlines,… Continue reading

II. 3: Interpretation

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Lady Pink’s work is very unique and depicts her own sense of style. Her work is all done free hand, and mostly with sprain paint, however she does have some fine art pieces… Continue reading

Lady of the Leaf- A Reproduction

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The work I chose to investigate was Lady Pink’s “Lady of the Leaf”. The photo above is the version that I chose to replicate. This piece is very vibrant in colour, much like… Continue reading

Project II.1: First Impressions- Lady Pink

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The artist that I got for this assignment is Lady Pink. She was born Sandra Fabara in Ecuador in 1964, but is also recognized for her street name “Lady Pink”. Although born in… Continue reading

Project 1: Measurement and Senses of the Body

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For my measurement I focused on our sense of sight and touch. Without light waves to reflect off of objects, we cannot see, hence why when there is an absence of light, our… Continue reading