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Tystnad. #theartassignment @theartassignment

From @bokmask —- Tystnad. #theartassignment @theartassignment

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Arriving to my quiet spot. Great spot for a breather before work. #quietplace #theartassignment

From @just_artisan_photo —- Arriving to my quiet spot. Great spot for a breather before work. #quietplace #theartassignment

laurencolemanphotography:

The Art Assignment : Quietest Place
Last week I spent a couple of hours walking around the city where I live. It was an interesting experience because I usually always wear headphones to block out the sounds of people and things around me. I managed to find some quiet-ish spaces but there was always background noise, cars, traffic etc. 
It was only when I got home that I found the quietest place. I live in university halls of residence in a flat of 10 people. Usually there’s so much noise, from my flat, from the flats nearby, there’s always something happening and noise being made by someone. 
Right now it’s the Easter holidays and almost everyone has gone home. It’s almost silent. There’s something slightly eerie about being in a space designed for so many people when it’s so empty and quiet.
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laurencolemanphotography:

The Art Assignment : Quietest Place
Last week I spent a couple of hours walking around the city where I live. It was an interesting experience because I usually always wear headphones to block out the sounds of people and things around me. I managed to find some quiet-ish spaces but there was always background noise, cars, traffic etc. 
It was only when I got home that I found the quietest place. I live in university halls of residence in a flat of 10 people. Usually there’s so much noise, from my flat, from the flats nearby, there’s always something happening and noise being made by someone. 
Right now it’s the Easter holidays and almost everyone has gone home. It’s almost silent. There’s something slightly eerie about being in a space designed for so many people when it’s so empty and quiet.
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laurencolemanphotography:

The Art Assignment : Quietest Place
Last week I spent a couple of hours walking around the city where I live. It was an interesting experience because I usually always wear headphones to block out the sounds of people and things around me. I managed to find some quiet-ish spaces but there was always background noise, cars, traffic etc. 
It was only when I got home that I found the quietest place. I live in university halls of residence in a flat of 10 people. Usually there’s so much noise, from my flat, from the flats nearby, there’s always something happening and noise being made by someone. 
Right now it’s the Easter holidays and almost everyone has gone home. It’s almost silent. There’s something slightly eerie about being in a space designed for so many people when it’s so empty and quiet.
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laurencolemanphotography:

The Art Assignment : Quietest Place
Last week I spent a couple of hours walking around the city where I live. It was an interesting experience because I usually always wear headphones to block out the sounds of people and things around me. I managed to find some quiet-ish spaces but there was always background noise, cars, traffic etc. 
It was only when I got home that I found the quietest place. I live in university halls of residence in a flat of 10 people. Usually there’s so much noise, from my flat, from the flats nearby, there’s always something happening and noise being made by someone. 
Right now it’s the Easter holidays and almost everyone has gone home. It’s almost silent. There’s something slightly eerie about being in a space designed for so many people when it’s so empty and quiet.
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laurencolemanphotography:

The Art Assignment : Quietest Place
Last week I spent a couple of hours walking around the city where I live. It was an interesting experience because I usually always wear headphones to block out the sounds of people and things around me. I managed to find some quiet-ish spaces but there was always background noise, cars, traffic etc. 
It was only when I got home that I found the quietest place. I live in university halls of residence in a flat of 10 people. Usually there’s so much noise, from my flat, from the flats nearby, there’s always something happening and noise being made by someone. 
Right now it’s the Easter holidays and almost everyone has gone home. It’s almost silent. There’s something slightly eerie about being in a space designed for so many people when it’s so empty and quiet.
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laurencolemanphotography:

The Art Assignment : Quietest Place

Last week I spent a couple of hours walking around the city where I live. It was an interesting experience because I usually always wear headphones to block out the sounds of people and things around me. I managed to find some quiet-ish spaces but there was always background noise, cars, traffic etc. 

It was only when I got home that I found the quietest place. I live in university halls of residence in a flat of 10 people. Usually there’s so much noise, from my flat, from the flats nearby, there’s always something happening and noise being made by someone.

Right now it’s the Easter holidays and almost everyone has gone home. It’s almost silent. There’s something slightly eerie about being in a space designed for so many people when it’s so empty and quiet.

fennecfox17:

Name : Pam (username @fennecfox17)
Preferred pronoun : she (don’t be fooled by the hat, I am female!)

My response to The Art Assignment 5 : Quietest Place (Jace Clayton)

Original assignment video here : http://youtu.be/nxxpTYV2FIk (featuring Hank Green & Hannah Hart as participants)

When you live in an urban area in a big city like Glasgow it’s hard to find quiet. For me, quiet is as much a time as it is a place so I went somewhere that is busy & noisy by day, a train station. At 2am, it was completely silent.

"For me, the quietest place is the night." (!)

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jamiemhn:

The Art Assignment #4: A Quiet Place. Near my home is a nice quiet place known as Mer Bleue Bog - a boardwalk trail through a peat bog. As the sun came up it was quite peaceful. It wasn’t completely quiet there the whole time this morning though because even with ice still on the water, the birds and other wildlife were beginning to stir. Except this porcupine trying to sleep wishing all the birds would just shut up.
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jamiemhn:

The Art Assignment #4: A Quiet Place. Near my home is a nice quiet place known as Mer Bleue Bog - a boardwalk trail through a peat bog. As the sun came up it was quite peaceful. It wasn’t completely quiet there the whole time this morning though because even with ice still on the water, the birds and other wildlife were beginning to stir. Except this porcupine trying to sleep wishing all the birds would just shut up.
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jamiemhn:

The Art Assignment #4: A Quiet Place. Near my home is a nice quiet place known as Mer Bleue Bog - a boardwalk trail through a peat bog. As the sun came up it was quite peaceful. It wasn’t completely quiet there the whole time this morning though because even with ice still on the water, the birds and other wildlife were beginning to stir. Except this porcupine trying to sleep wishing all the birds would just shut up.
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jamiemhn:

The Art Assignment #4: A Quiet Place. Near my home is a nice quiet place known as Mer Bleue Bog - a boardwalk trail through a peat bog. As the sun came up it was quite peaceful. It wasn’t completely quiet there the whole time this morning though because even with ice still on the water, the birds and other wildlife were beginning to stir. Except this porcupine trying to sleep wishing all the birds would just shut up.
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jamiemhn:

The Art Assignment #4: A Quiet Place. Near my home is a nice quiet place known as Mer Bleue Bog - a boardwalk trail through a peat bog. As the sun came up it was quite peaceful. It wasn’t completely quiet there the whole time this morning though because even with ice still on the water, the birds and other wildlife were beginning to stir. Except this porcupine trying to sleep wishing all the birds would just shut up.
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jamiemhn:

The Art Assignment #4: A Quiet Place. Near my home is a nice quiet place known as Mer Bleue Bog - a boardwalk trail through a peat bog. As the sun came up it was quite peaceful. It wasn’t completely quiet there the whole time this morning though because even with ice still on the water, the birds and other wildlife were beginning to stir. Except this porcupine trying to sleep wishing all the birds would just shut up.
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jamiemhn:

The Art Assignment #4: A Quiet Place. Near my home is a nice quiet place known as Mer Bleue Bog - a boardwalk trail through a peat bog. As the sun came up it was quite peaceful. It wasn’t completely quiet there the whole time this morning though because even with ice still on the water, the birds and other wildlife were beginning to stir. Except this porcupine trying to sleep wishing all the birds would just shut up.
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jamiemhn:

The Art Assignment #4: A Quiet Place. Near my home is a nice quiet place known as Mer Bleue Bog - a boardwalk trail through a peat bog. As the sun came up it was quite peaceful. It wasn’t completely quiet there the whole time this morning though because even with ice still on the water, the birds and other wildlife were beginning to stir. Except this porcupine trying to sleep wishing all the birds would just shut up.
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jamiemhn:

The Art Assignment #4: A Quiet Place. Near my home is a nice quiet place known as Mer Bleue Bog - a boardwalk trail through a peat bog. As the sun came up it was quite peaceful. It wasn’t completely quiet there the whole time this morning though because even with ice still on the water, the birds and other wildlife were beginning to stir. Except this porcupine trying to sleep wishing all the birds would just shut up.
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jamiemhn:

The Art Assignment #4: A Quiet Place. Near my home is a nice quiet place known as Mer Bleue Bog - a boardwalk trail through a peat bog. As the sun came up it was quite peaceful. It wasn’t completely quiet there the whole time this morning though because even with ice still on the water, the birds and other wildlife were beginning to stir. Except this porcupine trying to sleep wishing all the birds would just shut up.
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jamiemhn:

The Art Assignment #4: A Quiet Place. Near my home is a nice quiet place known as Mer Bleue Bog - a boardwalk trail through a peat bog. As the sun came up it was quite peaceful. It wasn’t completely quiet there the whole time this morning though because even with ice still on the water, the birds and other wildlife were beginning to stir. Except this porcupine trying to sleep wishing all the birds would just shut up.

smccombs:

Art Assignment #5 - Quietest Place

I know part of this art assignment was the experience or exploring your neighborhood in a way you might not normally explore, but I already had a place in mind.  While I knew this would be the quietest place, it wasn’t filled with pristine quiet for the entire time I was there.  A plane flying overhead created a drone, and some children from a family Easter gathering in the neighborhood to the east began to travel into the park right as I was about to leave.  It made me think about how while this may be the quietest place right now, depending on the time at which I visit this place it could be quieter, or more active.  While it is not a secret place, it certainly is not frequently traveled either.

If I came to this spot in winter, I’m confident that it would be as silent as the grave since there wouldn’t be any birds to break the silence with their songs like there was today.  However it’s possible that in the future as the city plans to develop the former residential area behind me into a community park, there will come increased usage and thus more noise.  Also this area has only recently become the ‘quietest place’ as this area, as recently as 2009 was not vacant public land, but a collection of residential homes.  So while I know the quietness of this place is subject to change, I’m happy knowing that it still exists as I last remember it.

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ynnabestill:

5. Quietest Places - Jace Clayton
I found my Quietest Place, on Easter Sunday, in a location fairly new to me. I was on vacation with my family for the weekend. It also happened to be my birthday. We were in Anilao, Batangas in a private family owned resort, Vista Aplaya (a place we found by chance). These shots were taken at around 6am. This is my Quietest Space because there was no one else up and about at that moment, all i would hear was the water, the wind and the birds. Even if the sun wasn’t shining as you would expect it would be on the beachfront, it is a beautiful space.I felt a sense of utter wonder at how peaceful the world was at that moment. Being here took my mind off the fact that a life of turmoil and constant traffic was waiting for us back in the city. I even felt that I got chance to get out of my own head. I found complete solace, and i was happy even if i knew that that solace was momentary. That is what made this moment and this place special. I was in a different reality. I remembered that finding your quietest place was one of the art assignments so i quickly took the shot. I know I’ve missed 4 others but this was just the right moment, for just the right assignment and the best birthday gift I got to give myself, my quietest place. -Ynna Silvestre, ynnabestill
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ynnabestill:

5. Quietest Places - Jace Clayton
I found my Quietest Place, on Easter Sunday, in a location fairly new to me. I was on vacation with my family for the weekend. It also happened to be my birthday. We were in Anilao, Batangas in a private family owned resort, Vista Aplaya (a place we found by chance). These shots were taken at around 6am. This is my Quietest Space because there was no one else up and about at that moment, all i would hear was the water, the wind and the birds. Even if the sun wasn’t shining as you would expect it would be on the beachfront, it is a beautiful space.I felt a sense of utter wonder at how peaceful the world was at that moment. Being here took my mind off the fact that a life of turmoil and constant traffic was waiting for us back in the city. I even felt that I got chance to get out of my own head. I found complete solace, and i was happy even if i knew that that solace was momentary. That is what made this moment and this place special. I was in a different reality. I remembered that finding your quietest place was one of the art assignments so i quickly took the shot. I know I’ve missed 4 others but this was just the right moment, for just the right assignment and the best birthday gift I got to give myself, my quietest place. -Ynna Silvestre, ynnabestill
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ynnabestill:

5. Quietest Places - Jace Clayton

I found my Quietest Place, on Easter Sunday, in a location fairly new to me. I was on vacation with my family for the weekend. It also happened to be my birthday. We were in Anilao, Batangas in a private family owned resort, Vista Aplaya (a place we found by chance). 
These shots were taken at around 6am. This is my Quietest Space because there was no one else up and about at that moment, all i would hear was the water, the wind and the birds. Even if the sun wasn’t shining as you would expect it would be on the beachfront, it is a beautiful space.

I felt a sense of utter wonder at how peaceful the world was at that moment. Being here took my mind off the fact that a life of turmoil and constant traffic was waiting for us back in the city. I even felt that I got chance to get out of my own head. I found complete solace, and i was happy even if i knew that that solace was momentary. That is what made this moment and this place special. I was in a different reality.
 
I remembered that finding your quietest place was one of the art assignments so i quickly took the shot. I know I’ve missed 4 others but this was just the right moment, for just the right assignment and the best birthday gift I got to give myself, my quietest place. 
-Ynna Silvestre, ynnabestill

dafidaf:

18/4/14
My art assignment #4 - Never seen, Never will. [The assignment]
For almost two years now, I have been working in a biochemistry lab at the Hebrew university in Jerusalem. I research a protein called p38. It’s a protein that is present in practically every cell in my body and regulates the cell’s stress response. I work with this protein every day. I know the genes that encodes it. I know the sequence of amino acids that it contains. there are even some speculations to what it looks like in certain cases and situations. But I have never actually seen it. I use different methods purify this protein and experiment with it - I stain it with colors I can see, I mark it with radioactive isotopes, I use different chemicals to bind it and expose it to film, that is blackened in response. But all those methods are just pointing to the obvious fact - In order to do the research, I have to ‘see the invisible’.  Which can be both frustrating and magical at the same time.
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dafidaf:

18/4/14
My art assignment #4 - Never seen, Never will. [The assignment]
For almost two years now, I have been working in a biochemistry lab at the Hebrew university in Jerusalem. I research a protein called p38. It’s a protein that is present in practically every cell in my body and regulates the cell’s stress response. I work with this protein every day. I know the genes that encodes it. I know the sequence of amino acids that it contains. there are even some speculations to what it looks like in certain cases and situations. But I have never actually seen it. I use different methods purify this protein and experiment with it - I stain it with colors I can see, I mark it with radioactive isotopes, I use different chemicals to bind it and expose it to film, that is blackened in response. But all those methods are just pointing to the obvious fact - In order to do the research, I have to ‘see the invisible’.  Which can be both frustrating and magical at the same time.
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dafidaf:

18/4/14
My art assignment #4 - Never seen, Never will. [The assignment]
For almost two years now, I have been working in a biochemistry lab at the Hebrew university in Jerusalem. I research a protein called p38. It’s a protein that is present in practically every cell in my body and regulates the cell’s stress response. I work with this protein every day. I know the genes that encodes it. I know the sequence of amino acids that it contains. there are even some speculations to what it looks like in certain cases and situations. But I have never actually seen it. I use different methods purify this protein and experiment with it - I stain it with colors I can see, I mark it with radioactive isotopes, I use different chemicals to bind it and expose it to film, that is blackened in response. But all those methods are just pointing to the obvious fact - In order to do the research, I have to ‘see the invisible’.  Which can be both frustrating and magical at the same time.
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dafidaf:

18/4/14
My art assignment #4 - Never seen, Never will. [The assignment]
For almost two years now, I have been working in a biochemistry lab at the Hebrew university in Jerusalem. I research a protein called p38. It’s a protein that is present in practically every cell in my body and regulates the cell’s stress response. I work with this protein every day. I know the genes that encodes it. I know the sequence of amino acids that it contains. there are even some speculations to what it looks like in certain cases and situations. But I have never actually seen it. I use different methods purify this protein and experiment with it - I stain it with colors I can see, I mark it with radioactive isotopes, I use different chemicals to bind it and expose it to film, that is blackened in response. But all those methods are just pointing to the obvious fact - In order to do the research, I have to ‘see the invisible’.  Which can be both frustrating and magical at the same time.
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dafidaf:

18/4/14
My art assignment #4 - Never seen, Never will. [The assignment]
For almost two years now, I have been working in a biochemistry lab at the Hebrew university in Jerusalem. I research a protein called p38. It’s a protein that is present in practically every cell in my body and regulates the cell’s stress response. I work with this protein every day. I know the genes that encodes it. I know the sequence of amino acids that it contains. there are even some speculations to what it looks like in certain cases and situations. But I have never actually seen it. I use different methods purify this protein and experiment with it - I stain it with colors I can see, I mark it with radioactive isotopes, I use different chemicals to bind it and expose it to film, that is blackened in response. But all those methods are just pointing to the obvious fact - In order to do the research, I have to ‘see the invisible’.  Which can be both frustrating and magical at the same time.
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dafidaf:

18/4/14
My art assignment #4 - Never seen, Never will. [The assignment]
For almost two years now, I have been working in a biochemistry lab at the Hebrew university in Jerusalem. I research a protein called p38. It’s a protein that is present in practically every cell in my body and regulates the cell’s stress response. I work with this protein every day. I know the genes that encodes it. I know the sequence of amino acids that it contains. there are even some speculations to what it looks like in certain cases and situations. But I have never actually seen it. I use different methods purify this protein and experiment with it - I stain it with colors I can see, I mark it with radioactive isotopes, I use different chemicals to bind it and expose it to film, that is blackened in response. But all those methods are just pointing to the obvious fact - In order to do the research, I have to ‘see the invisible’.  Which can be both frustrating and magical at the same time.
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dafidaf:

18/4/14

My art assignment #4 - Never seen, Never will. [The assignment]

For almost two years now, I have been working in a biochemistry lab at the Hebrew university in Jerusalem.
I research a protein called p38. It’s a protein that is present in practically every cell in my body and regulates the cell’s stress response. I work with this protein every day. I know the genes that encodes it. I know the sequence of amino acids that it contains. there are even some speculations to what it looks like in certain cases and situations. But I have never actually seen it.
I use different methods purify this protein and experiment with it - I stain it with colors I can see, I mark it with radioactive isotopes, I use different chemicals to bind it and expose it to film, that is blackened in response. But all those methods are just pointing to the obvious fact - In order to do the research, I have to ‘see the invisible’.  Which can be both frustrating and magical at the same time.

nerdymay:

A video I did for the Quietest Place Art Assignment. It was definitely worth doing!

hedoesntbuildships:

Me and Poppy went to look for our quietest place in the V&A

Really enjoyed this one. 

inkabiscube:

Time Lapse video
I joined in on this weeks Art Assignment 
This is my interpretation of this weeks subject, I’m looking forward to what the next one has to bring, I encourage anyone to join in, each week holds a completely different assignment with a huge variation of mediums and ideas so that anyone can take part. I had a blast making this gif, so I hope others will have as much fun with this or future assignments.

inkabiscube:

Time Lapse video

I joined in on this weeks Art Assignment 

This is my interpretation of this weeks subject, I’m looking forward to what the next one has to bring, I encourage anyone to join in, each week holds a completely different assignment with a huge variation of mediums and ideas so that anyone can take part. I had a blast making this gif, so I hope others will have as much fun with this or future assignments.

estando:

The Art Assignment : Quietest Place
I knew the quietest place near me would be somewhere in the library. After wandering around the library for a few minutes, I decided that the quietest location was the LB call number stacks, which is where graduate theses are kept.
Taking in the silence of the library made me realize that the library usually activates a contradictory experience. While a library is usually quiet, the library is also the place where our minds are the busiest as they constantly process information. By accepting the silence, I felt like I could reject the usual library experience for one in which the quiet mind could coexist with the quiet place.
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estando:

The Art Assignment : Quietest Place
I knew the quietest place near me would be somewhere in the library. After wandering around the library for a few minutes, I decided that the quietest location was the LB call number stacks, which is where graduate theses are kept.
Taking in the silence of the library made me realize that the library usually activates a contradictory experience. While a library is usually quiet, the library is also the place where our minds are the busiest as they constantly process information. By accepting the silence, I felt like I could reject the usual library experience for one in which the quiet mind could coexist with the quiet place.
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estando:

The Art Assignment : Quietest Place
I knew the quietest place near me would be somewhere in the library. After wandering around the library for a few minutes, I decided that the quietest location was the LB call number stacks, which is where graduate theses are kept.
Taking in the silence of the library made me realize that the library usually activates a contradictory experience. While a library is usually quiet, the library is also the place where our minds are the busiest as they constantly process information. By accepting the silence, I felt like I could reject the usual library experience for one in which the quiet mind could coexist with the quiet place.
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estando:

The Art Assignment : Quietest Place

I knew the quietest place near me would be somewhere in the library. After wandering around the library for a few minutes, I decided that the quietest location was the LB call number stacks, which is where graduate theses are kept.

Taking in the silence of the library made me realize that the library usually activates a contradictory experience. While a library is usually quiet, the library is also the place where our minds are the busiest as they constantly process information. By accepting the silence, I felt like I could reject the usual library experience for one in which the quiet mind could coexist with the quiet place.

rozencrantz:

The Art Assignment 5, Part 2.
So I’ve been doing a little bit about interventions at uni and I would have liked to have done some more permanent ones but this is all I could come up with. I found what I’m sure is an Australian Big Foot or maybe a Drop Bear footprint. A place where, surely, a body is buried, a tire! that was cool but also bad because littering, some old (probably) caveman slander rock painting and I played with shadows with my Mum. This assignment has brought out my childish side and I like it, I felt very young and free at the park. 
What I have discovered/been inspired to do by this assignment is to take time to relax outside, in quiet places, away from noise, traffic, stress and technology. Go to parks more, play, create, be a child, be free. I think that is very important.
I’ll probably also pull something else out of it, stay tuned. :)
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rozencrantz:

The Art Assignment 5, Part 2.
So I’ve been doing a little bit about interventions at uni and I would have liked to have done some more permanent ones but this is all I could come up with. I found what I’m sure is an Australian Big Foot or maybe a Drop Bear footprint. A place where, surely, a body is buried, a tire! that was cool but also bad because littering, some old (probably) caveman slander rock painting and I played with shadows with my Mum. This assignment has brought out my childish side and I like it, I felt very young and free at the park. 
What I have discovered/been inspired to do by this assignment is to take time to relax outside, in quiet places, away from noise, traffic, stress and technology. Go to parks more, play, create, be a child, be free. I think that is very important.
I’ll probably also pull something else out of it, stay tuned. :)
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rozencrantz:

The Art Assignment 5, Part 2.
So I’ve been doing a little bit about interventions at uni and I would have liked to have done some more permanent ones but this is all I could come up with. I found what I’m sure is an Australian Big Foot or maybe a Drop Bear footprint. A place where, surely, a body is buried, a tire! that was cool but also bad because littering, some old (probably) caveman slander rock painting and I played with shadows with my Mum. This assignment has brought out my childish side and I like it, I felt very young and free at the park. 
What I have discovered/been inspired to do by this assignment is to take time to relax outside, in quiet places, away from noise, traffic, stress and technology. Go to parks more, play, create, be a child, be free. I think that is very important.
I’ll probably also pull something else out of it, stay tuned. :)
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rozencrantz:

The Art Assignment 5, Part 2.
So I’ve been doing a little bit about interventions at uni and I would have liked to have done some more permanent ones but this is all I could come up with. I found what I’m sure is an Australian Big Foot or maybe a Drop Bear footprint. A place where, surely, a body is buried, a tire! that was cool but also bad because littering, some old (probably) caveman slander rock painting and I played with shadows with my Mum. This assignment has brought out my childish side and I like it, I felt very young and free at the park. 
What I have discovered/been inspired to do by this assignment is to take time to relax outside, in quiet places, away from noise, traffic, stress and technology. Go to parks more, play, create, be a child, be free. I think that is very important.
I’ll probably also pull something else out of it, stay tuned. :)
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rozencrantz:

The Art Assignment 5, Part 2.

So I’ve been doing a little bit about interventions at uni and I would have liked to have done some more permanent ones but this is all I could come up with. I found what I’m sure is an Australian Big Foot or maybe a Drop Bear footprint. A place where, surely, a body is buried, a tire! that was cool but also bad because littering, some old (probably) caveman slander rock painting and I played with shadows with my Mum. This assignment has brought out my childish side and I like it, I felt very young and free at the park. 

What I have discovered/been inspired to do by this assignment is to take time to relax outside, in quiet places, away from noise, traffic, stress and technology. Go to parks more, play, create, be a child, be free. I think that is very important.

I’ll probably also pull something else out of it, stay tuned. :)

articulationsvlog:

In this episode Betty talks about her odd and unhealthy attachment to her tape measure. (Special thanks to Duncan and Steven for posing as arm models)

This is a response to The Art Assignment Episode - Intimate Indispensable GIF. Please click here to watch if you haven’t already.

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