On the first day of the course Beth introduced us to the concept of ‘Commons’. According to De Angelis’ explanation of the word, I understood the lyrics to represent the interaction between people and places, the activities and effects of people in a community setting. After discussion our group chose Culture Commons and targeted the […]

1. During the first day’s introduction, I got a general idea of what Sprint 3 was going to focus on. I was impressed by this quote from Neimanis, which Frances shared with us in class: “Embodied knowledge, while often denigrated and disavowed within the modern colonial episteme confirms that Western scientistic validity comprises only one […]

  In her article, “Derek Jarman’s Blue: Negating the Visual”, Jenna Carine Ashton states “The auditory comes to replace the visual; with Blue there is a sensory tussle as we are forced  to listen.” Reflecting on your own experience of watching Blue, do you agree? Why/why not? Rather than a clash of the senses, I […]

In the third week of the course, on Monday, my group was given the task of Making A. At first, I saw the task and found it very confusing and complicated. At first, I found the task very confusing and complicated and I didn’t really understand what A, B and C were and what kind […]

In the first week of Themes in Contemporary Art, the professor introduced us to the main content of the course, how to study the course, gave us an idea of what Themes is, told us about the assignments and how to reflect on our learning, and asked us to download the necessary software tools to […]

Esotericism Astrology Magic/Energy/Tarot/Constellation/Divination/Prophecy Esoteric Mystical Spiritual A new concept–Universe Spirit combining the spirituality of Astrology as studied in Esotericism and the mystical energies of the universe. I would like to use this word to express the fact that there are always people who believe in the magical energy of the universe to help them divine and predict […]

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