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Monday, December 12, 2011
“When you are dealing with language, there is no edge that the picture drops over or drops off . . . Language, because it is the most non objective thing we have ever developed in this world, never stops” (Weiner as cited in Osborne, 2002, pg. 230).
Cutting corrugated cardboard [Audio playing in stereo, TIME, looped].
Tape [Audio playing in stereo, TIME, looped].
Love, over [Stop motion, 4.7 seconds, looped].
Left Right, Rong Right [Photograph, 10.5 x 14.8cm, transferred to DVD].
Pear film [1.02 minutes, looped].
Osborne, P. (2002). Conceptual art. London, England: Phaidon.
Sunday, December 11, 2011
Practice installation for my end of year show, with the two different sides of cardboard, and the sound in the same sculpture as the films rather than on its own as in Untitled V.