leeland mcphail | March 8th, 2010
7-panes Gerhard Richter 2007
Arguably created by Barbara Stafford, Showing Seeing is a way of presenting a visual artifact from the world. Usually under multiple lenses, this exercise dissects our visual understanding in this world in the context of the thing itself. In this version Gerhard Richter’s work at the High Museum is examined. What makes his work communicate on so many wavelengths and so many levels of understanding? “Look Dad, I’m 3d,” a 4 year old exclaimed while looking through the eleven paned installation. What have you said?
[ art, atlanta, gerhard richter, high museum, issue_5, leeland mcphail, visual culture, volume_1 ]
kelly darby | March 8th, 2010
Diane Borsato. You Go to My Head. Video. Toronto. Fall 2009.
Images are worth talking about. They stimulate conversation. We discover our companions by listening to their interpretations. We grow in our own understanding of representation through our discourse with each other. Let us discuss.
[ issue_5, Kelly Darby, volume_1 ]
Aisha | March 8th, 2010
The Awareness Project (T.A.P) at Tech was carried out through installations by senior undergraduate students at the College of Architecture at Tech under the supervision of their instructor, Ruth Dusseault.
[ aisha lawal, COA, GaTech, Installation, issue_5, map, Ruth Dusseault, volume_1 ]
hamza hasan | March 8th, 2010
For some undergraduates and graduates, the assembly of a portfolio seems to be the signal for some oncoming doom. However, there aren’t many classes that teach what the ideal portfolio looks like, and even less transfer the theory of architecture into the architecture portfolio.
[ hamza hasan, issue_5, volume_1 ]