Using a wall as a canvas


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Using a wall as a canvas

All righty, welcome to your Gallery Space. I know it doesn't look like much yet, but I see what you have created over the past couple of weeks, and I think it's some astonishingly good work. (Konrad Eek narrating: So after all the student work had been matted, the next step is to take the work from the pavilion we worked in relative obscurity and the exhibit hall where it was going to hang. Once there, we spread it out on the floor, and the students for the first time saw all their work collected together in a public space and realized the enormity of what they had accomplished in the two weeks leading up to the exhibition.) If you look at it everything, right now we have got 72 works of art, and what do you think when you see them right now? What comes to mind? Student: Disjointed. Konrad: Disjointed, messy, stretched.

Looking at something of this scale one of the first and easiest ways to start to build some kind of rhythm in the exhibition is to look at scale as kind of--you look at the...

Using a wall as a canvas
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