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Welcome 2 The Wet Coast!

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(RG) Here it is guys, Check it out and Edit however you would like. Sorry it's a little long, would really love if we could speed up the playtime.

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TeamAwesome
Fri, 2012-03-16 21:19

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RG, Path 2, Team Awesome : Remi Adri & Phoebe


TeamAwesome
Fri, 2012-03-16 21:48

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Welcome 2 The Wet Coast!


TeamAwesome
Sun, 2012-03-18 18:11

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I added some images to the end of the path - a little sunshine and happiness :) Adri


socsgroup123
Mon, 2012-03-19 11:44

Love the wet-coast look- and including the idea of a bridge connecting the Comox Valley to the people in Vancouver..
-Angela


aevans
Mon, 2012-03-19 21:30

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very nice flowing :)


TeamAwesome
Mon, 2012-03-19 22:09

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Remi - I really like how you carefully overlapped the initial picture with a rainy screen. I deleted one of the images at the end - it just seemed out of place.


TeamAwesome
Tue, 2012-03-20 21:02

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Thanks guys!

When thinking about subject matter to capture I ran into all sorts of ideas as I free wrote and brainstormed on what could be elements which parallel us on the island with the group in Vancouver. After taking several pictures I began to attempt to focus on things like our school structure, similar dumpsters, graffiti, etc. But I always felt a little bit unsure of a solid focus. I then began capturing distorted imagery through the rain droplets which are almost always present in our long wet winters on the west coast. This weather has really affected my day to day, whether it be by simply bringing me down into a depressing state, or the immobility felt when needing to transport artwork from the college to my home. It is an actor(or inhibitor) which affects everyone whether it be in Vancouver or at NIC. It causes an alteration to our lifestyle, so I decided to make the rain drops literally alter my photographs, making them unclear and distorted. I also continued to capture photos of subject matter which paralleled with Vancouver (ie. dumpsters, school, etc) as well as providing a focal point on the bridge to metaphorically connect the two.
I parallel this approach with Phoebe's in the sense that she is capturing the distortion of shadows which provide evidence of reality manipulated by light. We are both revolving around common elements of distortion which affect orientation and behavior. All three of us took these paths to create some sort of narrative, which is something you can harness with this maraya project program. We communicated & put in our own approaches to create a common collective of paths, each being created by a separate person then opened the to manipulation to other group members.


TeamAwesome
Tue, 2012-03-20 21:05

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****We communicated and applied our own approaches to create a collective of paths, each being created by a separate person, then open to manipulation to other group members**


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