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In Preparation of the Guided Tour

In Preparation of the Guided Tour

These are the patisseries that I have bought in preparation for hand-out snacks during the guided tour, including madeleines, croissants, and pains aux chocolate. Arya Savas and I worked together to place the patisseries into the paper bags she decorated.
Scanography: The Folds

Scanography: The Folds

I preserved the napkins from three Asian restaurants available for take-out. The one to the left wraps a pair of chopsticks. The two to the right wraps a fork and a spoon. I tried to present the most original folds of the napkins by selecting the folds.

Process of Transformation

I took snapshots in between when I was sewing, aiming to show where the needles went before I move onto the next step. I took a video, showing how I assemble the flower in the end.
The Flourished

The Flourished

The final piece aims to portray a statue of flowers, capturing the moment they were flourishing. Movement is preserved by stillness. Life is sealed by stone. I folded, twisted, and sewed the grey, soft, folded the paper, adding volume to create the spirit of the flowers.

Essential Aesthetic – Bridge Paper 2: Environmental Portrait

She said that the night before she stayed over in another arrondissement. So, she asked me to stay downstairs at the lobby of the campus housing apartment. After about twenty minutes, I took the elevator and knocked on her door. She asked me to wait for a few moments because she wanted to organize her room more. I stood in front of her door and listened to the music she plays and the sound of water splashing against the sink as she scrubbed her plates and pans. I felt anticipated to see the visual aspect of her living area that accompanies the audio background. A cluster of steam-like fog was drifting out from a white plastic oval object on her desk, spreading towards the rest of her room. At first, I thought it was present to create a special atmosphere. Later, she told me that it was a humidifier. “Because I have an allergy, I need to use a humidifier in European countries.” It covered the center of the desk, creating a misty view. The freshly-produced humidity was unlike the dampness in the air during the humid days on the streets. It felt clean and refreshing as if water is broken down into delicate tiny particles that fill your lungs with a new essence of freshness. It felt colder than the air around, too. The rain started pouring. I asked if she wanted the window to be shut. “No,” she said, “I like it when it rains.” Listening to the raindrops, along with the humidity, and the dried fruits on the window pavement, all created a calm, refreshing, naturalistic mood.
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