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#2.7 ARTHaus PLAY
Why do we need to draw behind the canvas? Cause we are exploring the limitation of our bodies! This week we are practising Artist Lee Kun Yong @leekunyong79 as known as one of the fathers of Korean performance art. Lee's oeuvre starts from the fundamental questions of what's the essence of art. Lee major work - The Method of Drawing are thus traces of his movements and trajectories, begins with just his wrist, poking out, moving further down and extending the length of each stroke behind the canvas. See you all next week! Stay tuned! #ARTHausPLAY
How do we know we are talking about the same THING?
This week continue online PLAY #3! How do we know are we talking about the same thing? We are not just learning a thing by pronouncing (sound) it. We are learning a thing by understanding the concepts (relations/ structure). How to PLAY? Draw an object, whatever you are thinking of, and then narrate down its relations with words or constructs with stories. I can't wait to see all of your results! Ref: “The limits of my language mean the limits of my world” - Ludwig Wittgenstein
#3 ARTHaus Online PLAY
Let's move our PLAY online despite the weather! #ARTHausPLAY #3 is a series of online play that shared by different author and artist that you can play anywhere at home, with friends and family! How? Choose one or all posts as you wish, follow the instruction and take a picture once you finish. Remember to tag us #ARTHausPLAY if you might want to share with the public! I can't wait to see all of your results! ref: #robpruitt 1999
#2.4 ARTIST'S DNA FORWARD
Welcome to the ARTHaus PLAY #2.4 Artist DNA Forward. This week, let's turn an object into a human! How? 1. Choose an object, anything that you like, it could be an eatable one, toy, your favourite or the one you don't like. 2. Turn an object into human quality. You could draw, build, construct by using any props and materials. 3. Photograph your object and tag #arthaushk or DM us :) We look forward to seeing yours or building an artwork together. See you all around!
#2.2 ARTIST'S DNA FORWARD
This week we are practising from the Artist that uses sound turn into "Sound Graph" painting! Sarah Morris is an American artist who born in the UK. In her series of painting - "Sound Graph", she adopted the elements of personal audio, conversation with people as the recording of a police radio in NYC, and turn the audio into beautiful graphics! We ended this play today, but if you still wish to join and turn your audio into a beautiful graphic as a gift to your father, you can still follow the step below; 1. Pick a word at below list Happy High pitch Low pitch Daddy’s sound Singing Whisper 2. Use the word that you pick and turn it into a tone to leave a message to your father, if you pick the word 'whisper', then you need to record a message to your father in a whispering way, etc. (Anything that you wanted to tell your father!) 3. Send the voice memos to our WhatsApp +852 6415 7482. We will transform your voice message into a beautiful graphic and send it back to you afterwards.