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INQUISITIVENESS + DISPLAYING ART
June 4, 2009, 3:33 pm
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+ We want to see that which we can’t…
physical barriers between us & art in father tower
+ Variety awakens the mind
varying tower heights and sizes in daughter tower
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MODEL PICTURES PART 2
June 4, 2009, 3:27 pm
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N.B. In these photographs I wanted to explore the busy nature of the context of the building. Instead of using a black background, I simply darkened the surroundings and in doing so, recognising the city site, especially as compared with the previous projects.

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MODEL PICTURES PART 1
June 4, 2009, 2:33 pm
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FINAL DRAWINGS
June 4, 2009, 2:28 pm
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SITE
GROUND FLOOR
UPPER LEVEL
LONG SECTION
SHOT SECTION
POCHE



Medium Experimentation
May 29, 2009, 2:03 pm
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CCF29052009_00001Just thinking about the final presentation methods_



YNG Review
May 29, 2009, 10:57 am
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Here’s a review on one of the artworks that I saw at 21st Kanazawa, which I’d like to feature in my Newtown gallery.

Yoshitomo Nara + graf, A-Z Project

The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Newcastle presents Yoshitomo Nara and graf’s A to Z Project. Nara, who was born in Hirosaki, Japan in 1959 and presently lives and works in Tokyo, is mostly known for his deceptive, innocent and childlike images. Since 2003 he has teamed up with graf, the Japanese creative design team, to work on the A to Z project, building small ‘huts’, as they call them, to fit within gallery and museum spaces in Japan and abroad. Nara and graf are interested in exploring the relationship between the lived in space and the individual. They recreate work spaces and the objects that may inspire and help their creative sensitivity. This installation includes three houses, with ramps connecting two of them, one with a dog house. Nara’s paintings are… Continue reading



Updated Narrative
May 28, 2009, 10:22 pm
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Once upon a time, there lived a father of modest means and his young daughter in a leafy Sydney suburb. One day, the father received news that his grandfather, whom he had long ago lost contact with, had passed away and that has fortune had been bestowed upon his Australian relations. Being a man of modest means, our young father had no desire to spend the money left over after having allowed for his daughters education, so he took it upon himself to perform a great civic duty- to provide a space to inquire and interact with art.

His desire was simple- to provide an art space in the image of the world he wished for his daughter. Hopeful and playful, uncorrupted by cynicism and distrust.