Working on the second project, Navigators, I had many firsts, the first time to create a large size artwork layers by layer, which combined many materials, the first time to realize how I love dolls and toys, human figures, vivid colors, and grand objects, and the first time I dare to paint like a child.
At the end of the last project, I asked myself “Am I ready to accept more challenges, to explore more and be more critical?”
When I look back, the answer is yes, I did.
Where is time?
Where is the end of the city ?
Where can I find a space for myself?
“Every man is born as many men and dies as a single one. ”
— Martin Heidegger
“What I didn’t see. In all that sprawling city, there was everything except an end. There was everything. But there wasn’t an end. What I couldn’t see was where all that came to an end. The end of the world.”
— the Legend of 1900
After showing Julian, our project tutor, drawings that Purvi and I made together, videos Purvi shot me drawing, stop motions I made for my drawings, and artworks from the last drawing workshop, he suggested to us: “Why not paint on a big size paper together, from the center to spread your ideas, and animated the process? ”
“Which flower represents you ?”
I never lose my childhood
It’s always with me
It’s my first time to join a time-based drawing workshop run by our tutor Gary, which totally changed my mind about drawing class.