Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Myths in Motion Graphics

I have been focusing on the final film describing the notion of mythologies within the East End, the tour guide of the museum, the myths, deconstructions and founded objects. The film soon to be uploaded!

Sunday, 4 March 2012

Wednesday, 29 February 2012

ARCT1055: Influence, Theories & Tech. ITTA2 Essay

Snap shots of the final thesis paper, I must say rather pleased with it. Initially planned to go with perfect bound, but had to focus on the content and wire bound works so much better with the additional fold out drawings including textured paper inserts between chapters

Title : Myths of the East End

        Front Cover                               Mythical Object no.6 
                                                        Chicken Tikka Masala 
                                                         Fold-out drawing

The East End as a Constructed Myth

Following the long one month absence of regular blogging, I have actually been working on the ARCT1055: Influence, Theories and Tech Paper: 


Using Roland Barthes' tri-dimensional pattern the signifier, signified and the sign, it is a 'spatialization of the pattern is here only a metaphor' My version of the diagram specifically demonstrates the connection with the East End and the mythical connotations explored in the essay

Sunday, 22 January 2012

Tales of Things in Story-tagged Objects

'Remember Me' is a collaborative project between TOTeM (Tales of things and electrical memory) and Oxfam which infuses personal history into donated items by enabling people to attach stories to them using radio-frquency identity (RFID)

Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Sunday, 15 January 2012

Dennis Severs' House - The Documentary

'My' Experience in Dennis Severs' House - 18 Folgate Street

A tour into a time capsule, Dennis Severs' House - Severs' an artist who allowed visitor's imaginations as a canvas, enabled them to paint these stories in the mind that led to our own individual representations. For his own personal enjoyment and his passion, he reinvents the Jervis' - a Huguenot silkmaster family whom he experienced and shared occupation with has been captured within the house, all objects specifically placed and positioned - framed and each telling it's own story. A silent journey into each room allowed one to stimulate the senses in every room.

I entered every room, the experience allowed me to engage with the stories that were created in my own mind, the temperature changed so my mood changed and with it the arranged objects placed themselves together that began to unravel my own interpretation of what happened there. The smells and sounds were distinctive and these made me feel like I was really actually there...

Definately worth visiting .. it is very different to the usual museum or exhibition - you're not standing behind a glass case where stories of objects are at risk, in this type of museum it is impossible

  ''You either see it, or you don't'' 

Dennis Severs 1948-1999

Sunday, 8 January 2012

Exhibit Object 1 - Installation

‘There is no one dimensional way of reading the window.
The language allows one to make a contribution, and to give function to it. 
It postulates a past, a memory’

Object 1-10 Series_Tour Guide Map