10 ideas – Victor Li

1.Make a video of movements.  The fast movement become slow, the slow movement become fast.

2. Multiple views for New York City. What is like to look at New York in a car, in the train or walking on the street.

3.Born to death,  shoot many people in different age. (baby to old man)

4.People’s emotion changing by time, happy, joy, anger, sad.

5. The life of a mosquito, from the birth of the mosquito to how they suck human’s blood and then find a other mosquito and get birth to the baby mosquito. The video can made out of lots of drawings.

6. A broken clock. The clock is broken, it stop running but the the time are still passing.

7. Film a person from waking up to arrive school. Shoot every movement of the person, each movement last few seconds.

8. A love story, film two people from how they meet, how they start dating and they fall in love.

9. Busy restaurant, a very busy restaurant people comes and go. each people needs different amount a time to finish they’re meal.


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  1. John Roach · April 22, 2014 Reply

    We need a more lengthy description of one idea. please review the project on canvas.
    Please remember too that this is about an aspect of time that you want to dig into more deeply.

    You mentioned in class that you are going to pursue:
    6. A broken clock. The clock is broken, it stop running but the the time are still passing.

    This is an interesting idea, but you need to give it depth. What does this say about time? What are some examples that explore similar concepts? Are there examples from science? from art? from history?

    The kinds of images that you show will guide our understanding of the CONFLICT OF MEANING. What are the images that you think are important to show passing as the clock stands still? Examples:
    Showing people working working working in a factory as the clock stands still, says one thing (maybe about endless shifts, drudgery, etc)
    Showing snow drifting across a landscape with a clack that stands still says something else (maybe about fleeting time, geological time, human vs. nature, etc)

    You are setting up an argument with this piece. What is the argument?

    How will you think of it as an installation? how does it engage a viewer in a room?

    ALSO Here’s the original instructions for the proposal
    The project begins with a statement of purpose
    This is the what how and why of the proposal.

    What is the subject of your project? In other words, what is it about?
    How does the project propose to explore time? How is time a critical part of it? How is it meant to be experienced — Who is the project for? How does the context for the piece help to give it meaning?
    Why have you chosen this particular idea to pursue?

    Write a three paragraph initial proposal covering the What, How and Why of your idea.
    Posted this initial proposal to the blog with the following
    – initial sketches
    – relevant photographs
    – relevant research
    – draw connections to the Open Works examples posted on the blog

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