Post Crit 07022016

Works presented:

01
Information on memory and how memory is formed

HOW TO IMPLANT FALSE MEMORY

CAUSES OF CHEROBYL EXPLOSION

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Programmes based on the 4 main industries throughout the history of Dungeness

CAUSES OF CHEROBYL EXPLOSION

STAGES OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANT DECOMMISSIONING IN UK

Comments:

  1. “What Dungeness remembers” drawings need to be bigger to tell the stories.
  2. Some ideas didn’t come across the presentation (False memory, memory as unreliable narrator)
  3. When does the overlap of timeline happen?
  4. How memory behaves over time? how to draw time? (experimenting with repetitive sketch with different people who have visited the same space)
  5. To interact with materials more – create drawings for each element.
  6. Create storyboard for the project.
  7. Drawing in plans & sections, not figuratively. Draw the deconstruction of space from experience.
  8. Compare what your memory remembers with the gap between perception and memory.
  9. Be careful of diagram drawings.
  10. Understanding the complexity of memory does not reflect on the drawings.
  11. Opportunities are those memory you cannot remember.
  12. “Alternative facts” – False memories/false interpretation.
  13. Play with materials to spatialize room.
  14. Look into Fiona Banner and Gregor Schneider.

 

Next steps:

  1. Draw out the information more informatively – plans and sections (how memory is formed, how to implant false memories, memory vs time, different timeline).
  2. Experimenting how memory works over time over other 3-4 people (repetitive sketch).
  3. Exploring the idea of memory voids and how to make it an opportunity to implant false memories.
  4. Draw out precedent studies (C-Mine, Salina Turda, Turda Brewery, Jewish Museum Berlin).

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