Month: March 2018

A record of MPR comments from my classmates

A record of MPR comments from my classmates

[13/03/2018, 11:43:56] Jonathan Kearney: Kehkashan next http://kehkashankhalid.com/mid-point-review-presentation [13/03/2018, 11:44:04] Kehkashan Khalid: sorry if i spoke really fast guys 😐 [13/03/2018, 11:44:38] Steph Bebbington: you speak so fast 🙂 !! Lol [13/03/2018, 11:45:03] VIVIAN / 林梓欣: quite fast but can capture the flow [13/03/2018, 11:45:06] Nadine Theuma: Kehkashan Your work is embedded in history and craft. I particularly like the fact that you are giving your work a three dimensional space . Taking it a step further and maybe using algorithms to create the ‘mosaic’ would also be interesting. [13/03/2018, 11:45:15] Iris Wong: I slow it down when I watched ytd lol [13/03/2018, 11:45:33] …

MPR — A log of my comments

MPR — A log of my comments

Part of the midpoint review was to watch the videos my classmates had made and to comment on and discuss their work. While watching the videos I wrote my comments into a notebook and then typed them into Skype in real time. Now I’m just posting them on this blog so that everyone can go over them. The objective of my comments was to convey how I felt about the current work and help my classmates find things that could potentially inspire them and give them ideas for the future. Here are the comments I had for each video: JANET …

Mid Point Review Presentation

Mid Point Review Presentation

When I began this program I knew I wanted to explore contemporary narrative art, inspired by the writings of Katherine Mansfield. She wrote short stories focusing not on the traditional “monomyth” but on the stories of the inner mind, or the stream of consciousness. A more meandering form of storytelling but, in my opinion, one more truly reflective of the human condition.   I also knew that I wanted to continue working on public art projects. The interaction between art and its audience is of particular significance to me. I feel that the full implications of an artwork are only …

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