I have put together draft portfolio sheets which follow my projects through to my present site on Coney Island.
I had originally thought of a portfolio in the style of Marcel Duchamp as shown in a previous post, this is something I aim to develop and the portfolio potentially becoming potentially an auction brochure which sits within the ‘Portfolio Performance’. I call it this because the Portfolio as a physical piece will be interactive, the participants engaging with the Explosion of the Senses, the Object of Intrigue and the Drawing of the Incubator for Synthesis, each piece performing. This will eventually include Semester 2 work.
This said, my draft portfolio sheets do not resemble an auctioneers brochure! Thinking of Coney Island and its transformation alongside the museum it lends itself to an National Trust/English Heritage/Tourist/Museum Guide…???
The portfolio sheets are in draft, some images need work, some elements need completing, and text needs to be thoughtfully placed, but the set is as I propose to submit, although the last two pages may not be.
The physical interactive objects (which is all three projects) would perhaps be better presented as film/animation, although inital trials with a human are not proving successful. To do an animation without a human seems contrary to the ‘interactive’ experience but would perhaps show off the objects in their most complete form. Alternatively as Ronnie said during Cross Crit, just submit all of them physically… not sure if that is a realistic possibility, but great if it is!