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Objects and installation fourth week - how do objects relate to space 2

  1. 1. OBJECTS AND INSTALLATION SM1702 CREATIVE MEDIA STUDIO I OBJECTS AND INSTALLATION L06 & L05
  2. 2. SCHEDULE PER WEEK 1. How do objects tell stories pt.1. Found objects and storytelling (25%). 2. How do objects tell stories pt.2. Making Chinese proverbs in clay (25%). 3. How do objects relate to space pt.1. Yarn bombing location hunt & knitting with chopsticks. 4. How do objects relate to space pt.2. Yarn bombing a Hong Kong location (25%). 5. How do objects relate to the body pt.1. Becoming a cyborg with papier mache and found objects. 6. How do objects relate to the body pt. 2: Final exhibition/performance of cyborg works and final critique (25%)
  3. 3. ASSESSMENTS 1. Found object stories (25%) 2. Working in clay (25%) 3. Working with yarn and space (25%) 4. Papier mache and found objects (25%) Each student must submit a PDF portfolio of all the above works with captions and statements one week after the last lesson. (So record everything that you see, do and make so you can show your creative journey!)
  4. 4. HOW DO OBJECTS RELATE TO SPACE? The ‘fine art’ of ‘yarn-bombing’ featured in Time magazine Yarn-bombing is extremely popular and increasingly common-place as this Tumblr shows…
  5. 5. HOW DO OBJECTS RELATE TO SPACE? Olek the yarn graffiti artist
  6. 6. HOW DO OBJECTS RELATE TO SPACE? Hong Kong yarn-bombing: colourful crochet in Sheung Wan
  7. 7. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! • Get into groups of 3 or 4: • Discuss the statement you would like to make with yarn (political, aesthetic, funny…) • Discuss where in Hong Kong you might like to make this visual statement, • Decide on a shortlist of 1 or 2 locations, • Visit those locations now as a group and…
  8. 8. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! What did you discover on location? • Is the location accessible (not too high up, somewhere dangerous or somewhere it could cause an obstruction)? • What might the yarn be attached too in particular? • How many people will be needed to install the yarn at this location? • Why this location in particular?
  9. 9. VOTE! Where shall we install our knitted artwork? Who is going to install it? When is it going to be installed? How will we document this process and the final work in place?
  10. 10. HOW TO MAKE KNITTING NEEDLES How to turn a pair of chopsticks into a pair of knitting needles. Here are some instructions: http://blog.trashbackwards.com/2012/10/24/old-chopsticks-newknitting-needles/ http://www.instructables.com/id/Turn-disposable-chopsticks-intoknitting-needles/
  11. 11. HOW TO KNIT How to knit How to knit the ‘knit’ stitch How to cast-off/bind-off your knitting How to cast-on, knit and bind-off in diagrams
  12. 12. PREPARATION FOR FIFTH WEEK 1. Collect up cardboard and packaging of all different shapes and sizes and bring to class next week. 2. Watch one of the following movies: Blade Runner or Any of the Star Wars franchise

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