Boundaries: Morgan

30 Nov – narrative and framing

 

what imagine frames are, what frames are doing in fine art frame.

Frederic Lord Leighton – Last watch of Hero 1880

this is art, and worth looking at. its authoritative. distinctive effect.

 

  1. Architectural;
  2. joining the images together
  3. two windows: we see her looking out, what she is looking out.

 

Using the architecture frame of Speech bubbles

Charles Schultz – Peanuts 1960 

David carrier

Al Capp – Li’l Abner (detail) 1935 

Chester Brown – Louis Reel 1999-2003

The Last Saturday Chris Ware 2015

 

Comic strip

We start to read space as time

Windsor McCay — panels stretch upwards

Maurice Sendak illustrations 넣기- using the layout of the page, white spaces to show the narrative.

url.jpg
Maurice Sendak using white spaces in layout (narrative and framework)

 

George Herriman – Crazy and Ignatz 1916 —– It is not about the story you are telling, but its about how you are telling the story.

url.jpg

Chris Ware – Jimmy Corrigan 2000
While dreaming, the text is not in the speech bubble but dropped on the stairs!

sequences of the event > facets of event

the relation between the framework and narrative

not by an event but facet by facet

 

The last Saturday – Chris Ware 2015

 

 

url.jpg

 

Perspective 

an example of frame establishing our position in the work.

 

A Hunt in the Forest, Paolo Uccello, Around 1470

url.jpg
Enter a caption

 

 

url.jpg

There is double frame in jan van eyck the arnolfini wedding.

couple getting married / mirror – We would be the people reflected in the mirror. The artist is using the frame to narrate the illusion of the painting.

 

url.jpg
A Bar at the Folies Bergere, Eduoard Manet

As soon as you try to interpret it, it resists the interpretation from the viewer.

 

 

Dieter Roth Poetrie 1 deluxe edition 1966 (Letterpress, leather, embossing, paint, collage, chocolate) – totally prolific

 

Sausage Cloud 1969 (Sausage and paper between sheets of glass).

 

Gordon Matta-Clark : Bingo in progress 1974 / Bronx Floors: four way wall 1973

 

url.jpg

Christo and Jean Claude – Surrounded Islands 1983

 

 

 

in response to speculative imagination, i have set up an experiment with audio reactive visual. The language of seagulls have been used as data that i collected

live sound around the seagulls including their own voice and the sound they here

communication system

 

 

building two different side of coins — important two components

 

 

Brief: 103 Boundaries

Monday, 14 Nov 2016
Dr James Moore

… It’s a lack of imaginative thinking that concerns us. It’s very difficult to go out on a limb and propose a really new way of thinking about something, or reimagining how we might live, there is so much pressure to conform which is making radical thought very difficult, at least in design.

Being educators, we’re always exploring ways of setting up conditions for free imagining, a place where extreme creative risk-taking is normal.

The biggest enemy is the idea of the ‘real’ being limited to only what is possible now, and the very narrow view of life, and what design can do that goes with it.

 Anthony Dunne & Fiona Raby

 

Introduction

This module allows you to take more radical entry points into your understanding of practice; taking project interest into new forms, or creating a critical design response frommore theorised, speculative, fictional or experimental catalysts.

In exploring this approach, debate around ‘designer as author’ becomes central to studying the discourse between maker and reader; how works are used and evolve; how you or your work disrupts or provokes.

Analysis of key theories and ideas form the starting point for this module, giving a strong emphasis to a ‘praxis’ based approach, ‘making in new ways’ and exploring broader arts orientated-methodologies.

The project in this final module of ‘deconstruction’ sees you submit a critical and contextual essay, structurally coupled to the practice based enquiry.

 

Aims

1. Deliberately re-phase process to enhance innovation in practice.

 

2. Identify new contextual insight and theory to support evolving practice.
PRAXIS IS THEORISED MAKING

3. Facilitate a review of practice methodology through experimental exposure to new media platforms and embrace risk as a fundamental character to design practice.

 

Within this module you will…

  1. Adopt a critical design perspective and apply broader arts practice methodologies.
  2. Undertake Critical and contextual essay writing, structurally coupled to your practice.
  3. Develop an authorial position and methodology in relation to design process & scenario modelling.
  4. Develop digital and analogue making skills.

 

Examples of data driven practices

Newsfeed haiku / Oliver williams

 

third deepest harbour in the world

Week 1. Research
Week 2. Propose
Week 3.

Deliverables

Design outcomes, development work & critical reflection [75%]

All development work, research and final outcomes should be presented on project boards.

Your DRJ for this period should also incorporate a video / concept demonstration of you electronic prototype.

2500 word essay [25%]
Your essay should reflect on the critical theoretical framework you adopted & explain how this inflected upon the design & development of your work.

i would be making a journal, notes by working on the idea all the time

Intersection: The Boundary

Physical / Imaginary boundary

 

2 minute video of

fluidity of borders of Europe from 1152~

What does boundaries do?

boundaries of football game – rules, regulation?

The Liminal

 

The Exclusion Zone –  IN / OUT 체르노빌

 

I think there is no boundary between nature. sex. It is all made.

We can break boundaries with technologies.

The Boundries of Decency – Taboo

 

A Boundary is a definite place where your responsibility ends and another person’s begins. It stops you from doing things for others that they should do for themselves.

!!!

1.Blaming
2.judging
3.rationalization
4.anger
5.denial
6.repression
7.reaction formation
8.displacement
9.regression  피피티 넣기

 

!! the 7 deadly sins
1. lust 2. gluttony 3. greed 4. sloth 5.wrath 6.envy 7.pride

Intersection: The human condition

Martin Hosken

Philosophy : the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge

Love of Wisdom / An adventure of ideas

What is the nature of our reality?

Metaphysics – investigation of ultimate reality, Ontology

Epistemology – the study of origins, validity and limits of knowledge

Ethics – Morality, judgment, relationship between individual and state

Aesthetics- Nature, beauty and judgments of perception

 

If you could choose just one thing to change about the world, what would it be?

wrongful death,  death without reason, death with reason

compete

“The consideration of that relativity is like playing a football game.”

Rationalists  – Pythagoras : Alll is  numbers

Socrates: pretty argutative,

Plato: efficiency

Aristotle – Basic

Polytheism(many gods)  –

Monotheism(single) – first strings in the land of cannon. abraham is tested by a mighty God. His son Jacob wrestles with the angel. This God says no you cannot know

아브라함이 아들을 제물로 들

Alchemy(연금술)  ????  it led to develop periodic table

the Philosopher’s stone

http://terms.naver.com/entry.nhn?docId=1643074&cid=41788&categoryId=41793 읽어보기

the relation of Theology and Philosophy

Rene Descartes – I think therefore I am
Rigorous self-examination of knowing

John Locke(1632 – 1704) –  the father of liberalism

Edmund Burke(1729-1797) –

Immanuel Kant (1724 – 1804) – the critique of pure reason. knowledge glasses( 지식의 안경)

Hegel 히글 ㅋㅋ

Soren Kierkegaard (키르케고르) “I stick my finger into existence. it smells of nothing”
“God has hidden himself, we are in absolute isolation”
“Teleological suspension of the ethical”
아브라함이 아들을 희생하는 이야기를 새로운 결론으로 쓴 책

Edmond Monk

Frederick Nietzsche – No belief , Nihilism. the industrial revolution and science set a steady course away from God toward non-belief.
      Look what we have done

looking at philosophy without memorising but rather understand and debating…

magrittepipe

This is not a pipe.

 

……. 알게 뭐야? 이 렉쳐에서 내가 얻어가야할 것은 무엇일까?

Jean-Paul Sartre(1905-1980)

very dense
Existentialism
Philosophy as a way of life
Anxiety and authenticity
Freedom
Situatedness
Existence

The concept of the boundary (in general)

Global Practice: Berlin-Tokyo-NY

06 OCT 2016, Thur

Brighten the corner / Frank Phillipin
6D / Kishino Shogo
The partners

  1. Brighten the corner / Frank Phillipin    

“We like simple design. We like to keep things clear and enjoy editing out all the unnecessary bits that cling to ideas, so you can call us minimalists, it’s OK. But we don’t like dry work. We believe design should be concept driven, personally formed as well as engaging & fun.”

Brighten the Corners is Frank Philippin and Billy Kiosoglou. A German and a Greek, we met studying Graphic Design and set up Brighten the Corners after graduating from the Royal College of Art in London in 1999. We have a studio in London (Brixton) and in the Odenwald (near Darmstadt/Frankfurt).

Over the years, we’ve worked with many clients including the Goethe-Insitut, the British Council, the Department for Education, Accenture, and Laurence King Publishing, happily switching between public sector, corporate and cultural environments. All along we’ve resisted specialising. This is important to us, as we feel that doing the same thing over and over leads to formulaic responses, and they never quite work. And it keeps us on our toes, so that we don’t become “those guys who only do annual reports” or something equally scary.

We’ve won quite a few awards as well. Not just for posters, logos, programmes, websites or events we’ve designed, but most recently for the outcome of a university workshop. And we like to keep our hands in many pies: we publish and sell work in our online shop and teach Graphic Design at the University of Darmstadt and UAL: Camberwell College of Arts in London.
For more information about who we are, why we have this name, our manifesto, how to brighten the corners, or a list of our awardspublications (print, online & TV/radio), talksexhibitions and clients, click accordingly.we’ve kept our studio small.”

 

 

When working borderless, meetings / concepts / Skype / layouts / invoicing


 

Brighten the corner / Frank Phillipin  
6D / Kishino Shogo
The partners

His studio resisted on specialising. But he works on books logos identities posters websites

기시노 쇼고가 최그에 다시 읽고있는 책. 일본의 디자인레전드

People say posters are going to be out fashioned but, paper, books  –

i want people to hold my design in their hand and feel the texture, nostalgic,

producing < experiencing

 

 


 

Brighten the corner / Frank Phillipin  
6D / Kishino Shogo
The partners / Nick clark

 

dealing with brands in global scale

design and strategy for brands

smart, agile problem-solvers

expert collaborators

80 ppl in ny(10), london(60) and singapore(10ish)

30 yrs of doing it

part of WPP (2000~)

 

graphic design — brand strategy

same ethos around

Deloitte

colgate 미국에서 큰 클라이언트. 3.5billion consumers!

  • oral care -> smile displays health but also mental health + optimism

— everyone deserves a future they can smile about —

 

 

영국이 concept development / ideation에 대한 것이라면

미국은 aesthetic.  energy.

 

We need someone to come to office and challenge us. Rise that challenge.

 

designers who can ‘write’ is a big ability.

write manifestos, design beautiful brand…..

Process workshop: Design Methodologies

 

There is no such answer for design process. Design process is ‘the problem with the problem(perspective)’

On 21 Sept, A Design process workshop was instructed by Andy Neal in the afternoon, investigating different process models and tools.

We were divided in small group to understand and experience three different activities which was;

 

  1. 6 Thinking hats by Edward de Bono
  • six colours; red, white, yellow, black, red, green.
  • start and end with blue

Bono is one of the pioneers of Brain Training. In 1967 he invented the world famous Lateral Thinking technique. He is a proponent of the direct teaching of thinking as a skill. He has dedicated his life to help people from around the world improve their thinking abilities and creativity skills. His courses such as  Six Thinking Hats Method and thinking tools have been used by top corporations, governments and world leaders but his tools have also been used by school children. His methodologies have been proven to help people of all thinking levels to make smarter decisions, faster.

thinking-hats.jpg

2. Lateral thinking : Oblique strategies card.
What If you only have a piece of paper without a computer for the whole day?

Exercise) Think about the recent project that you have done and use the oblique strategies card to think about it.

I thought about one of my BA degree project called ‘Wander capsule: social platform app for solo travellers’ and found out the design process orders were flipped in some ways…and the resources was inappropriate in some ways.

 

3. Book Design thinking : Design Dice

  • Define
  • Research
  • Ideate
  • Prototype

Ref) Double diamond model

 

DoubleDiamond_739x517.jpg
developed by the Design Council in 2005 as a graphical way of describing the design process.