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The project is about human physical experience for fashion that use the fashion comminication to communicate the experience.

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PLAN FOR THE PROJECT 

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July 16th The planning diagram

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JULY 22th

Artist's work about the senses 

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PETER DE CUPERE, "SWEAT" (2010)

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I probably thought that the tube that wiping around the body made me think of the sweat running all over the body , then the sweat made me think of creating smell .

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Sweat is a performance in which the sweat of 5 dancers was caught. 
They wear specially designed costumes that were made out of plastic and connected by tubes. 
Before the action, the artist made a separate dish for each dancer. 
The intention is to catch the sweat from the dancers and to distill it. The concrete of the sweat is sprayed on a wall of the dance lab and protected by a glass box. In the glass is a small hole where visitors can smell the sweat.

The performance is shown by video next to the glass box.

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PETER DE CUPERE, "SWEAT" (2010)

MIRIAM SONGSTER, "THE GREEN SCENT OF PINK" (2005)

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ANYA GALLACCIO, "BECAUSE I COULD NOT STOP" (2002)

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In this project, the pinkness of the room sets up an expectation. The smell of the room, a grass smell that is strongly associated with the color green, belies this expectation. By setting up a disjuncture between the expectations created by our visual sense and what is experienced through our least mediated sense, that of smell, this space temporarily alters the relationship between expectation, intention, and perception.

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The sniffer -- google nose

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Designer Lloyd Alberts envisioned a speculative product called the Sniffer, which allows you to visualize scent in a Google glass style. Watch the video for an impression of its use in everyday life.

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google sniffer

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An Insider's Guide To "Hearing Architecture" With Sound Artist Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon

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Bart Hess

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Swimmer shaved

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“Lucyandbart” is a collaboration between artists Lucy McRae and Bart Hess. They imagine human bodies and faces physically altered with a shocking but artistic realism. Globules of foam, asymmetric spines… fascinating and repugnant simultaneously, the pictures become even more disturbing because they don’t hint at the emotional state of the subject. Each transformed human looks blankly back at you, neither horrified or surprised or excited about their change of form, but merely present and allowing it to be shown to you.

 

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Bart Hess

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“Echo” is an animation for the National Glassmuseum in Netherlands, created by the artist Bart Hess.
Simple but complex, minimalist expression of body and structural form created to encompass the human landscape with fluid movement of object and humanoid shell.

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Visual fashion photography 

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Dazed & confused magazine

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The work inspired me on visual extension that lighting exposure could be used as the visual technique in the dark area, it made think about the way to have a moving and lighting exposure in the dark area.

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Dazed & confused magazine

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Dazed & confused magazine

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Facial expressions in fashion magazines

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Santi Rodriguez

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T he various kinds of facial expression inspired me to have an idea about showing model's facial expression in order to know what the particular that the materials bring with. 

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Santi Rodriguez

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The model's pose inspired me to think about the possible poses  that could be exact to show the how the experiences and the stories  is telling about.

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Visual art

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OP ARTCharline Lancel

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Charline Lancel is a Brussels based visual artist producing digital Op Art pieces that are currently printed on Aluminium panels using the ChromaLuxe...

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OP ART

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Onion skin Olivia Ratsi

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Central nervous system

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The five sense organs are all connected to the brain 

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This schematic shows the distribution of the human nervous system.

When the spinal chord is injured, the corresponding parts of the body will be affected.

The most easily injured part of the spine is the lumber region (lower back) which will bear most of the pressure when the back is bent.  This may lead to the compression of the nerve roots controlling the lower back and the legs, causing severe pains. Sciatica is one of these common pains caused when the sciatic nerve (running down the back of the legs) is compressed. 

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nerve cell

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nerve cell

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Gilles and dada 

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Gilles and dada

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The Gilles et Dada SS12 lookbook features its signature shattered look that gives it a surreal and scary feel to it. Shot completely in black and white this time, it has an ever darker undertone than its predecessors. Of course, with a title like Dreaming Through Nightmares, that sinister vibe is only to be expected.

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Tate modern exbibition : KAZIMIR MALEVICH 

   Revolutionary of Russian art 

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Kazimir Malevich SUPREMATISM

Kazimir Malevich

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Kazimir Malevich

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Bringing together paintings, sculptures, theatre and an unprecedented collection of drawings it offers a complete view of his career, celebrating some of the most progressive art ever made.

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Malevich worked in a variety of styles, but he is mostly known for his contribution to the formation of a true Russian avant-garde post-World War I through his own unique philosophy of perception and painting, which he termed Suprematism. He invented this term because, ultimately, he believed that art should transcend subject matter -- the truth of shape and color should reign 'supreme' over the image or narrative.

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The movement the artist Malevich created by manipulating the geomotry inpired me think of the possibility to create the movement by applying the solid object.

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IRIS VAN HARPEN

FASHION 3D GARMENT 

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IRIS VAN HARPEN

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IRIS VAN HARPEN

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IRIS VAN HARPEN

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The materials that the designer applied for making garments inspired me of the possibilities of the  materials which may closely connected to my theme,the senses , it made me think of the tough ,soft ,visual materials that i may use for doing the test and the experiment ,and the technique possibilities as well . The first kind of material that i thought about is acrylic and ecitate .

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heat gun technique

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This kind of of technique could use heat gun to blow it until it's melted ,then the plastic could be moulded into different shapes 

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John Baldessari

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The artist John Baldessari's work inspired me have an idea about setting the sphere on the model's face to add the material ,it also inspired me to have mre ideas about making college in order to produce visula images.

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O I P

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This particular projector made me think of the way that i could project my object on the part of model's body in order to create some visual effects on the body . 

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The general process

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Though finishing the time table, it even made me know what i suppose to do for the next step rather than being confused .  The basic structure has formed as i could clealy to know how to plan my project.

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MATTIA CASALEGNO, "THE OPEN" (2010)

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I was inspired by the way that the artist applied the earphone and the smelling piece he made at the same time to give a particular experience and imagination to the audience. Something much more like transforming the abstract smell and hearing experience to a visual one.  

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JuLY 22th

Wearable architecture: custom made electronics, software, microphone, and fresh sod. 
A sensorial wearable device to smell grass and to hear your own breath. Equipped with fresh sod and headphones, this mask inhibits the visual system while enhancing the olfactory by the proximity with soil. The device defines also a sensory territory constructed by the rhythm of the breath, which is diffused from the headphones with a 1.5 sec. delay. The space defined by the sound of breathing is in a state of constant imbalance between the physical act and its sensory perception and traces an unstable relationship with the intimate environment the garment reproduces.

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SANDS MURRAY-WASSINK, "ACCEPTANCE ART" (2013)

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The bottle jar made me inspired of the way that i could set up the bottle with the fragrance and the other  object smell to the audience to have a paricular experience, then i could take photos of their facial expression and record  the things they imagined

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HILDA KOZÁRI, "AIR – URBAN OLFACTORY INSTALLATION" (2003)

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The artist work about the smell made me think of the smell could be created by various kinds of liquid, objects . The smell could also give a particular imagination to the sudience .

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What would Helsinki smells like? What about Budapest? Or Paris? Together with perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour, visual artist Hilda Kozári has created three different perfumes to represent these three cities. The Air installation consists of three bubbles, designed in collaboration with Esa Vesmanen, containing Kozári’s personal memories and experiences of the three cities in olfactory and visual formats. A version of the installation was first presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Helsinki in 2003.

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Olfactory Art: A New Genre

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The art piece of a new genre made me think of the awy that i could combine the smell and touch senses together to make an object to give a particular experience to the audience.

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An Insider's Guide To "Hearing Architecture" With Sound Artist Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon

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The geomotric and 3D spatial room inpired me to explore the way of creating the visual experience by applying the 3D shape and geometry into  creation .

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An Insider's Guide To "Hearing Architecture" With Sound Artist Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon

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Bart Hess

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The artist Bart Hess applied the various of kinds  of materials and the way he manipulated it made me inpired of the eay that i may have a test by applying the unconventinal materials on the medel's body, the unconventional material such as soap, rubber, plastic he applied made me consider the effects of the material before choosing and appling it.

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BART HESS

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The model's pose and movement inpired me to explore more poses which connected the the haptic senses , the movement inpired to direct the model doing a series of movement , at this moment ,i could take photos by every step.

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Dutch designer Bart Hess demonstrated the art of the precision cutting using a two-meter long blade…

The seductive curves of a toned figure are slowly unveiled by the ultimate seamless shave in designer, animator and photographer Bart Hess’s sleek new film.

Inspired by the aerodynamic forms of swimmers currently battling it out in the Olympic pool, Hess was aided by a pair of human shavers manipulating a two-meter long blade in turning a mechanical act of grooming into a strangely hypnotic performance.

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Bart Hess

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The way that the artist Bart Hess created by manipilating the materials in a moving way that the materials could be draged and moved as the model move made me to think of the possibility of the technique or approach that could made the material move as the model drag and move it.

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Bart Hess

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London-based artist Bart Hess has created a garment made from dipping a human body into warm wax. The creative has formerly worked with Lady Gaga, Lucy McRae, Palais de Tokyo and Nick Knight"Our bodies are end­lessly photographed, monitored and laser scanned with millimetre precision," he says "from this context of surveillance, facial recognition, avatars and virtual ghosts, we imagine a near future where digital static, distortions and glitches become a new form of ornament... body prints, imperfect and distorted and always utterly unique."

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digital skins body atmosphere

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“A Fashion Futures Film set in 2050. Couture becomes a biological experience, gowns are assembled by gas and nano-electronic-particles, where tailoring and cosmetics are constructed by 3D liquid formations, including swallowable technologies exciting the mind, body and soul through physical expression. It is a time when couture will be cultured and farmed as fashion facets of human flesh. A Fashion Futures Film to provoke…

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Dazed & confused magazine

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The photo shop effects of reapeat inspired me  to have a image making through this technique, it aldo made have more ideas playing around the image making. 

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Dazed & confused magazine

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Giulian Bolivar

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Giulian Bolivar

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OP ART Francis Celentano

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As the op art images are quite unsual that could make the audience to produce an illusion in their mind , the 2D image could be seen as 3D image in their mind. It inspired me to think about the visual way to make 2D image into 3D or make something orginally altered to another object. 

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Francis Celentano is one of the original Op Art pioneers who was featured in the cutting edge exhibition that is credited with bringing the...

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OP ART

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Onion skin Olivia Ratsi

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Olivia Ratsi's work inspired me to have an idea about playing around the geometry, the lines the shapes to make it in a visual way in order to arract the audience.

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The human nervous system

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Nerve cell

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Nerve cell

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 I chose the biology of  central nervous  system as i thought it is quite connected to the human physical experience that the skin would be stimulated to make a reaction.

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central nervous system

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Giles and dada

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The artist Gilles de Dada's work of creating the visual image inpired me to make it connected to the visual experience, it inpired me to have an experiment by using the way of  repeating the lines in a photograph.

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Gilles and dada

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Once again shot by Federico Cabrera, the Gilles et Dada SS12 catalog and campaign showcases simple yet bold fashion designs that are made quite singular due to the creativity of the images themselves. With an equally dark palette, the outfits make for an appropriate autumn wardrobe. The photoshoot itself will have the audience thinking about Halloween even though there is still a couple of months for the holiday arrives.

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The artist Malevich's work inpired me to explore the way of the various kinds of composition, colour matching, the geomotric shapes to achieve the visual extension for creating the idea of the work.

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Kazimir Malevich

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Malevich's work also informed me that the objects  in our life could be presented as the geometry with the colour , everything could be seen as the geometry in his sight. 

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His early experiments as a painter led him towards the invention of suprematism, a bold visual language of abstract geometric shapes and stark colours, epitomised by the Black Square. One of the defining works of Modernism, the painting was revealed to the world after months of secrecy and was hidden again for almost half a century after its creator’s death. It sits on a par with Duchamp’s ‘readymade’ as a game-changing moment in twentieth century art and continues to inspire and confound viewers to this day.

Starting from his early paintings of Russian landscapes, agricultural workers and religious scenes, the exhibition follows Malevich’s journey towards abstract painting and his suprematist masterpieces, his temporary abandonment of painting in favour of teaching and writing, and his much-debated return to figurative painting in later life.

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Kazimir Malevich

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Melavich's work inspire me the way of colour combination which may closely connected to the visual language to create more way of combing the different colours.

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Kazimir Malevich

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Kazimir Malevich

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IRIS VAN HARPEN

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The way that the artist matipulated the materials in different shapes and  textures inspired me to think me the heat gun technique, using the heat gun to blow the materials could be  more easily to melt it and manipulate it . 

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IRIS VAN HARPEN

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These are the works from Irs van Harpen , the works she made made me think of the geometric spacial sculpture. The materials she applied for making a garment is quite interesting that some of them are soft ,some of them are tough , while the material touch on model's skin ,it must be very uncomfortable with the firming textures touching on their skin . the materials also made me think if the futurism as the sillhouettes are quite exaggerate .

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The panning schedule

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Evaluation of timetable

. There are some flexibility on the time management, I didn’t do exactly the same as I wrote the plan on the timetable, something like I originally planned to visit the museum on a certain day, after starting doing the research , I found out it is not necessary as I have found the information I need through the internet ,magazine and books, it is much more essential to me to start doing the experiment with the materials . 

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TERENCE KOH, "UNTITLED (SCENT)" (2011)

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8 foot by 8 foot square smell based work: powdered sugar, rock salt, chocolate and mint essence plus a "mysterious smell".
The work was commissioned by Kreemart, an enterprise that allows artists to explore dessert as a medium. Aside from the visual appeal, smell is the next connection one makes with food, says Dominique who worked on a balanced recipe that could sustain its scent in a room over a period of time. He says, "The difficulty was to have the right amount of mint with the chocolate and keep it together."

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MITCHELL HEINRICH, "SMELL GRAFFITI" (2009)

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As part of an arts residency in Vienna, Heinrich invented a new form of street art using smell, literally tagging with canned scents. Scent is intrinsically tied to memory, and chances are the smell of grass in an underground subway stop would not only be a respite from the urban drag, but evoke memories that would be impossible to recreate with everyday spray paint.

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RACHAEL MORRISON, "SMELLING THE BOOKS" (2010)

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Morrison is a Senior Assistant at the MoMA library. In early 2010, she began the performance “Smelling the Books“, which consists of her smelling every book in the collection. Her performance started with the first call number in the Library of Congress classification system AC5.S4 1934, "Sermons by Artists", and she will smell until she reaches ZN3.R45, "Bibliography of the History of Art". She documents the performance in a ledger, recording the call number, title, and a description of the smell of each book.

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Experiencing Art through Touch

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By touching the sculpture become even more intimate between the scuplture and audience, the audience could be more closely to feel the work that the artist's made , it also inspired me to explore more ideas about the possibitity to create the haptic sense. i could make something for the audience to touch it and give them a particular experience.

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Bart Hess

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Art usually follows the same principles as poetry: it has to come from the heart, from the creator’s inner curiosities for the world and humankind, and lastly it isn’t made to be understood by everyone at all times. This is why the work of Bart Hess can be described as visual poetry – the post-modern kind. Bart Hess is motivated by surrealism, his fascination for the human body and intriguing material combinations. He uses the functions of the human body as an allegory to describe our relation to the world, and how we’re coping with the fast changing reality; what we see is not what we truly understand.

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Bart Hess

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The way that Bart Hess applied the materials on model's body  for shaping the s culpture made me think of the possibility of making a  sculpture and having a test on model's body.

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Bart Hess created the installation to explore ways in which humans can augment and extend the shapes of their bodies, creating a kind of prosthetic that is unique each timeTo create the garment, individuals are strapped to a robotic harness then lowered into a pool of water and wax. As the wax moves in the water it begins to set, bonding itself around the body

The person is then lifted out of the water, encased inside a cocoon of wax that can then be cut or brokenSpeaking to Dezeen, Bart Hess explained that temperature affects the end result.  "More complex shapes require hotter temperatures, so you need to build up a tolerance to the heat," he explained. "But it only hurts on the surface for a few seconds."

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Bart Hess

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dream sequence

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Dream sequence

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The colour combination of this photograph inspired me to have more ideas on colour conbination and the composition of the photograph.

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ANOTER MAGAZINE

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Guliano Bolivar

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Santi Rodriguez

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OP ART

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OP ART David Buckden

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David Buckden is an artist living and working in the UK who produces vibrant abstract geometric art. Originally a painter, in the late...

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Olivier Ratsi is a French visual artist whose work is mainly based upon representations of space’s perception and the experience of reality. His audiovisual immersive installation, Onion Skin, offers the viewer a changing perspective of space and time. Consisting of two walls set up perpendicular to each other and serving as canvases on which a series of animated geometric shapes are projected—along with sound—a new dimension is slowly revealed. Using repetition and scale, the anamorphic visuals play tricks on the viewer, having what initially seemed flat, suddenly delineate a new space, consequently altering their perception of depth all the while having a hypnotic effect. The illusion appears as the “onion skins” seem to peel away and leave their physical surface behind. Here’s a video:

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Nerve cells

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The nervous system composed of nerve cells, or neurones:

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Nevre cell

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The nucleus of a neuron is located in the cell body. Extending out from the cell body are processes called dendrites and axons. These processes vary in number & relative length but always serve to conduct impulses (with dendrites conducting impulses toward the cell body and axons conducting impulses away from the cell body).


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Nerve cell

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Nerve cell

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Neurons can respond to stimuli and conduct impulses because a membrane potential is established across the cell membrane. In other words, there is an unequal distribution of ions (charged atoms) on the two sides of a nerve cell membrane. This can be illustrated with a voltmeter:

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human's brain

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Rostrally to the spinal cord lies the brain.[8] The brain makes up the largest portion of the central nervous system, and is often the main structure referred to when speaking of the nervous system. The brain is the major functional unit of the central nervous system. While the spinal cord has certain processing ability such as that of spinal locomotion and can process reflexes, the brain is the major processing unit of the nervous system.[citation needed]

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Giles and dada

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Gilles and dada

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Gilles and dada

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Gilles and dada

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GILLES et DADA is a nonsense art fashionbrand for men and women. Each new photoshoot really is pushing our perceptions of how to present a new season collection. The Between allows for deconstructivism and other computer generated alterations to convey (yet again) their unique approach to wearables and making a fashion label stand out.

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Kazimir Malevich

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Kazimir Malevich

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Kazimir Malevich

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Kazimir Malevich

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IRIS VAN HARPEN

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The designer Iris van Harpen's work inpired me the way that i could apply the materials with the tough surface ,textures and exaggerate shapes  on the model to test the experience that the materials brought with.

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IRIS VAN HARPEN

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LILA COTAKI

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monoprint technique

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Monoprint technique

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Monoprint technique inspired me to have an idea about folding the unconventional papers that i applied in a photograph to print it by  rolling machine in the workshop.

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Mona Hatoum

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Mona Hatoum

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The artist Mona 's work inspired me to think about  appying the screw and insert into the wood board to make the audeince having a particular experience.

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