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After reading Xiao Zhang’s peer comment, I feel very happy and encouraged. Xiao Zhang said that she appreciates my use of flower and microscopic perspective metaphors to emphasize the importance of paying attention to small details to understand and solve big problems. She and I think this is a very valuable topic. I am grateful […]

My final exhibition was held at the fire engine station and in preparation for it we had a rather big problem on 19 April. Firstly, we could not combine as a fire engine station team as J.L. had hoped to do to install our exhibition. But she thinks one of the better things is that […]

Part I: Artist and Work Modification The picture is the communication record between me and one of the artists I was in contact with because her work has been commercialized by a studio in China. In the final evaluation of the studio, it was decided not to submit the work to participate in my exhibition, […]

My main task during the week was divided into two parts, the first was to complete the entire CAT collective guidebook layout content, as I had not used layout software before, so this was my first experience using Adobe’s Ai for text image editing work and it was a great experience. The second task was […]

Part I: Tianxing Peng – Bridge of Souls In Tianxing’s blog, I learned that he is trying to create an exhibition that is related to life, death and soul, and in which he will incorporate interaction with the audience and even some art therapy. The themes of his exhibition are based on relationships, emotions and […]

Part I: Instructions for creating an exhibition and peer comments In this seminar, J.L. talked to us about some elements she hopes to see in our exhibition and our protfolio. For example, when we evaluate the students in the group, we can present more objective problems that we can point out under the existing conditions, […]

Part I: My first feeling Unlike some of the novelty layouts in the Frameless multiplex, this exhibition offers a very large holographic projection space where you can choose to sit or lie on the floor and quietly watch David’s paintings come to life frame by frame. From his early photographic inspirations to the different perspectives […]

Part I: Inspiration for the personal division of labor – GuideBook When we entered the Talbot Rice Gallery, we were each given a booklet with a map and a description of each work of art. We could clearly distinguish the layout of the Talbot Rice Gallery and how each work of art was presented by […]

Part I: Group Discussion – Exhibition Format and Vision Today we had a discussion in a new group about the methodology and objectives of our exhibition. My exhibition is related to people and the environment, and my interaction with the audience takes the form of enabling them to interact and participate in the exhibition through […]

#My curatorial rationale Part I: Why I came up with this theme? At the beginning of the curatorial class, Dr. JL gave us a concept: small but beautiful. This concept fits very well with the miniature world exhibition that I have always been very interested in. I have always admired an artist from Japan – […]


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