Ann Hamilton born in 1956. She is an visual artist who usually work in a large scale of installation and textile Art. She was doing a textile design during her university period, however, she started studying a Sculpture in other university.
O N E E V E R Y O N E is an art project with different parts. The original more than 21,000 photographs of around 500 person in it . The work of her reminded me the Church of St Gabriel outside of the window which giving me a different viewpoint of understanding the religion. The window of the church is similar to the series of ONEVERYONE .
Roni Horn born in 1955. He is an American artist.
From his works i can see the style of postminimalism. And this actually makes me to think of making a artwork. Artwork doesn't need to be complicated. Sometimes, it just need audiance to give a meaning in it.
As you can see in the picture, she combined her artwork with the idea of religion. This is the way she did her work. I really like how she putting the color together, it could makes to have more idea of making a project.
The artist Subodh Gupta of India pictured with the installation '' This is not a Fountain, 2011-2013''. The exhibition preview on September 2014 in Frankfurt.
Inspiration: The inspiration from Subodh Gupta works reminded me to use number of rocks to make it meaningful and also i really like the way he used steel and objects to finish his installation.
Gustav Metzger born in 1926 but died in 2017. He was an artist and political activist who usually developed the concept of Auto- Destructive Art and Art Strike.
I like the way he took some picture and present as an installation
This is the installation related to the gravity. He called this Process Art. Morris was active in experimental dance beginning in the 1950s and was interested in the corporeal aspects of felt; its "skinlike" qualities resonated with his own concerns at that time.
After I got the dress in CSM museum, I started looking at John Galliano works and i really interested on how his idea mixing with the Tartan pattern. From his works i surely can see some idea from his work.
Janet Cardiff born in 1957. She is a Canadian artist who usually works with sound and sound installations etc The main feathers of her works was recording a sound of people walking.
Whitechapel Sound piece
I actually heard her sound artworks in this website, I really like the way she recording the sound when she was walking and doing things, and the missing sound installation are really fancinated me a lot.
Image of her
‘PROJECT FOR A MASQUERADE (HIROSHIMA): THE MIRROR ROOM’
His project reminded me to the humility that i used to be working, I really like the style that he making a sculpture of face and the story behind itself.
I really like her works which is usually working with the clothing. In the topic of this installation is about ''relationship''. Therefore, I will take her work as my artist research.
Turi Simeti started working as an autodidact when he arrived in Rome.
As you can see from the picture, this is how his art work looks like. However, It seems like the way I did my experiment
Contingent is made of eight banner-like elements that hang from the ceiling. Each of these elements consists of a large rectangular stretch of latex-covered cheesecloth embedded at each end in a translucent field of fibreglass. The banners hang parallel to each other and at right angles to the wall. This is the installation that I looked into before i started doing the project of Co Create. The reason of studying the works of her it was because of the material using and I would like to see more on the surface of the material.
Tartan is a pattern consisting of criss-crossed horizontal and vertical bands in multiple colours. Tartans originated in woven wool, but now they are made in many other materials. Tartan is particularly associated with Scotland . Scottish kilts almost always have tartan patterns. Tartan is often called plaid in North America, but in Scotland, a plaid is a tartan cloth slung over the shoulder as a kilt accessory, or a plain ordinary blanket such as one would have on a bed.
Dream time story- aboriginal
Aboriginal believed in dream time stories as their religion, the one way of recorded all the stories was to draw.