Archived Diploma 9 blog for 2012-2017

  • Anny Stephanou

  • Update
  • blog
  • I have started today an animation for the conclusion. I thought making one single conclusion drawing would be like making the singular object. So instead I am moving things here and there to bring up the relations between the drawing … Read more

  • Catarina Cruz

  • Honours pres video
  • Press play if you still want to watch it.....AGAIN! [embed]https://vimeo.com/131370897[/embed]
  • Press play if you still want to watch it…..AGAIN!

  • Felix Brinkhege

  • conveyor belt
  • Screen Shot 2015-06-13 at 21.43.42
  • this needs to be simple, how about this? i would fit all the books and leaves maximum circulation space… people can walk up to the wallpaper. then the part of the right side can be purely for looks and like … Read more

  • Sasha Alexander Zhukov

  • Drawings
  • Screen Shot 2015-06-11 at 19.58.27
  •   Some new collages to illustrate points at the start of the presentation. New slab system is that all the plans of terrain, streets, demolished land, ground massing, slab light and slab structure are merged into one ‘pixelated’ plane – … Read more

  • Nara Ha

  • See the Unseen
  • A factory is a place where  products are manufactured. Since objects are comes into every sectors of our lives so tangibly, we easily mistaken manufacturing process would be all works like an obvious equation.  However, I argue that there are unquantifiable factor, ones will, idea, ethics and belief, which actually makes a significant difference in the way it turns out. Therefore, this factory is built with light metaphorically representing intangibility and immateriality and literally carving infinite space out in finite and mundane space. This factory manufactures the sublime in generic space where we are hopelessly used to.
  • A factory is a place where  products are manufactured. Since objects are comes into every sectors of our lives so tangibly, we easily mistaken manufacturing process would be all works like an obvious equation.  However, I argue that there are unquantifiable … Read more