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stop/start

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running away is what i do for a living/i’m sick of it.

i tried to recall the beginning of it all; the reason i chose this topic. i said i had forgotten but i realised i didn’t. it was meaningful to me. it was important. i wanted to deal with it and deal with the problems that had been bugging me for years. but all that i have done to deal with it is to not deal with it. i thought about coursework. i’m glad i did it although i never showed it to him. at the very least in the process, i came to terms with the fact that one day he will leave. i want to believe what i’m doing now is meaningful as well. thus i have decided to treat it as another coursework. i will think of it as art and work on it as design. it will be a diary of a certain sort, a book, a publication, chaptered into my personal experiences relating to communication within a family. mine. through the use of analogy and puns in writing and design. i want this project to be an intimate conversation with my audience. there are too many things that i cannot change completely, but i could at least make people rethink and relook. even if this is in vain, at least i might be able to open up my heart to it then.

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December 28, 2009 at 1:43 AM

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think

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December 14, 2009 at 8:38 AM

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kandinsky

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“Music has a grammar, which, although modified from time to time, is of continual help and value as a kind of dictionary.” –Kandinsky, 1914

http://ashleyjohnpigford.com/?page_id=152

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December 14, 2009 at 12:29 AM

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experiment II

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collect audio recording of people saying the same sentence: “let’s go out tonight”. analyze the quality of the sounds and how they affect my reception of what the speaker says. conclude what makes a nice sound.

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October 30, 2009 at 1:13 PM

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experiment I

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collect photographs from people of people who are music to their ears. describe the characteristics of their voices, conversations with them, their personality. translate into visuals.

Written by mudskipper01

October 30, 2009 at 1:10 PM

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miscommunication

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personal bias

personality of the speaker

content of conversation

silence

error in translation

language barrier

tone

 

Written by mudskipper01

October 30, 2009 at 1:04 PM

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music to the ears

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sweet

cheeful

soothing

calming

joyous

whimsical

expressive

rythmic

not too much

not too loud

not too fast

laughter

whacky

don’t whine

don’t vent

considerate

Written by mudskipper01

October 30, 2009 at 12:52 PM

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