Material Study: Culture I

 

Here are a few articles I have chosen from in order to start my project on material culture and the relationship material shares with an object. Here are a few interpretations as far as development goes that I will investigate.

 

Thumbnail for 4 drawings

Skills and Techniques to Learn

A New Walk

 

 

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

“Life is a journey”

Upon making during this project, defined as Ornament and Crime, I chose to engage the viewers senses and hint toward memory. I knew that I would be inspired from visual language or symbology so I began to question what I was seeing in my daily walks. I am always intrigued by natural material that represent decay, such as tree branches, flower’s or even stone’s.

So upon creation for this individual project, I chose to use hot-casting glass as a way to not only engage a visual of what I found interesting but also to remember why I was there.

RAC_4890.jpg