Tag Archives: Ed Pien

Assignment 5 – Stage 3: Inspirational Material

Examining subject matter. I have chosen to base my work around algae, specifically underwater algae; the effects as it covers rocks and sea floor and encroaches on  man-made garbage and waste in our oceans, assimilating and transforming them into unrecognisable … Continue reading

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Assignment 4 – Project 2: Stage 2 – Ed Pien Analytical Study

Imaginary Dwelling. Identification. The exterior of the installation is a white tent.  Within this is a group of small transparent model houses creating a miniature townscape, all resting on a clear undulating base.  Hand-cut transparent pattern pieces are arranged in … Continue reading

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Assignment 4 – Project 2: Stage 1 Research

Research 6 Artists/Designers of my choice. The full extent of my research into each artist will be available to my tutor and assessors.  Herewith a short summary of each: Christo (& Jeanne-Claude). (Christo Vladimirov Javacheff & Jeanne-Claude Marie Denat (1935-2009)) … Continue reading

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Assignment 3: Research – Ed Pien (Part 2)

Here are a few additional pictures of some of the work of Ed Pien that particularly draw my attention. Deep Waters (2001) This is his first attempt at inviting the visitor to wander within the chambers and experience an exhibit … Continue reading

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Assignment 3: Research – Ed Pien (Part 1)

Reveal & Conceal – Researching the work of textile artists. The brief is to research the work of textile artists and designers who investigate and use light or transparent and translucent materials to create and evoke particular qualities in their … Continue reading

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