Tag: site-specific

Cultural Hijack: A Tour of the Building

Process: I wanted to criticize space and my class challenged me on how self-righteous it came across. In frustration, I realized that what I wanted...

Visionary: Post Mortem

  We agreed on the idea of playing with elevation and maze. Our site is Marshall Field. Since the site is surrounded by different elevations(people...

Surrealists: Post Mortem

                   We have visualised the methods of our ‘identity’ in three ways: firstly we drew attention to...

Flaneur: Post-Mortem

Our group visualized our identity as the Flaneur in several ways. First, we wanted our work to embody the wandering qualities of the Flaneur by...

Stalkers: Post Mortem

For our space, we chose make our sculpture more interactive by focusing on the vibe of the stalker rather than a specific, targeted act of...

Site Specific: Flaneur

We are imagining our psychogeographic figure in this way The concept of the flaneur centers around walking and looking. The flaneur is an observer of...

Site-specific: Stalkers

            We are imagining our psychogeographic figure in this way… We imagine the stalker as an distorted, attached, and elusive...

Visionary Sculpture

  These are our basic ideas of several Mc Escher Cube we are designing right now....

Psychogeography : Revolutionary

The revolutionaries are considering the notion that’s imbedded in national history as “manifest destiny,” that is that land belongs to us to live is American...

Historians: Invisible Histories

(Pictured above: Inspirational piece by Monica Canilao) Today our group brainstormed on-site, about how we could apply our role as “historians” to the area next...