My projects were very diverse. I wanted to work with different materials and had some inspirational sentences and a photo to work with.
The jury gave me a 7+ (out of 10). They kind of liked it, but they missed the experiment, I think. (I don't know if it matters that they were painters.)
I call this 'the monks' because they are inspired by a photo of Tibetan monks sitting in semi circles. They have burgundy coloured cloaks and mustard yellow hats on. For the base I dyed flannel and made bags out of it, filled with grit. In the background you see an enlarged photo of leftover dye.
For this one I felted around sticks.
This is more collage work. It is called: (translated) Therefore I'm telling it to you now. A sentence I once overheard somebody saying while passing.
This is called: A crazy collection of my thoughts. It's a sentence from a song that stuck to me. I made the three frames and filled them with different things, representing the crazy, the light and the dark things that go around in my mind.
This is a mobile, made of polystyrene circles and wooden (satay and tapas) sticks, secured to a small plank. It was inspired by the things I made for the first assessment in January. I wanted to do something with (semi)circles and overlapping.
While I was painting hundreds of sticks I used magazine paper to protect my table. And guess what: the paper got stained so interestingly that I played some more with it and it resulted in these five small pieces.