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Hi, my name is Abby and this term I have been making stuff concerned with the following ideas: Look a little closer Everything is illuminated Seek and ye shall find Deadwood made alive I am interested in the idea of secret worlds, the make-believe and the made-up, Imaginary friends, monsters... Continue reading
Posted Nov 7, 2010 at abby's blog
Download Abby Presentation1 1. The object I have been researching is Tassel House. It was created by Victor Horta for the Belgian scientist and engineer Emile Tassel in 1893. It is located in Brussels and is recognized as one of the founding designs of the Art Nouveau movement 2. The... Continue reading
Posted Nov 5, 2010 at abby's blog
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‘Whoever Reads Bourgeois Newspapers Becomes Blind and Deaf: Away with These Stultifying Bandages!’ Photomontage by John Heartfield, 1930. The Avante-Garde Modernist Period came into fruition as a result of massive political, social, economic and cultural developments in Western Society at the end of the 19th Century. The artists involved in... Continue reading
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Beck Wheeler is a NZ artist Based in Piha. Wheeler has her fingers in many artistic pies and lends her hand to a variety of disciplines. These include painting, illustration, sculpting, toymaking, textiles, woodwork , as well as being a published childrens author. From the 23rd of October -3rd of... Continue reading
Posted Nov 1, 2010 at abby's blog
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1400s-1500s Queen Elizabeth During the Renaissance period it became popular for women to pluck the front of their hairlines to give the appearance of a higher forehead. The rest of the hair was scraped back and elaborate headdresses were worn atop the head. Queen Elizabeth was arguably the most powerful... Continue reading
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