Final Project – Solace in Nature

Assignment,Final Project,In-Class,Uncategorized — Tags: , — Angelina Namkung @ 5:03 pm

I wanted to create a contrast between the vast open spaces of nature and the tightly enveloping, almost claustrophobic, structure of the project.

Keys to….

Assignment,Final Project,In-Class,Submission — Tags: , , , — Angelina Namkung @ 4:00 pm

I used a putty mold to create 12 replicas of keys out of clear plastic.  I made the keys translucent because I wanted them to be representations of keys, not the actual functioning key.  Hanging from the white branches, I wanted the keys to seem insubstantial, yet present, a representation.  To incorporate text, I wrote on the keys with sharpie, things that were important to me, or things I wanted to see.  Keys to….”the moon”, “happiness”, etc….

Molds

Assignment,In-Class,Submission — Tags: , , — Angelina Namkung @ 5:52 pm

I made three different types of molds: the key mold was made with the blue silicone, the pen was made with the two part pink silicone, and the quarter was made of putty.

I sprayed the key with release, but it would not come out of the mold, and when I forcefully pulled it out, it ruined the mold.  The  pen mold was successful, but my first try with the resin leaked, I should have made a mothermold to hold it together better.  The quarter putty mold worked, and for the project due on Wednesday,  I probably will use the putty mold with resin to create my keys.

 

Me and my Dreams

Assignment — Tags: , , — Angelina Namkung @ 3:24 pm

When I was a kid, I used to have nightmares that a big black dog would come eat my dreams, and that’s why I could never remember any of my dreams in the morning.  So I created this padded sort-of-helmet, which would protect me and my dreams while I slept.

Knots and Comfort

Uncategorized — Angelina Namkung @ 7:06 pm

Origami (Progress)

Uncategorized — Angelina Namkung @ 4:55 am

Progress shown through the distance, measuring the distance (aka progress) with a tape measure.

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