What the if… happened!

Apr 13, 10:21 AM // Comment [2970] // Filed under:

DSC04785.JPGWow, what a time warp I’ve been in for the last couple of weeks. It was a whirlwind of implementation, execution, and continuous refinement, all the while trying to balance letting things emerge while keeping efforts organized and focused.

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Ready, set, execute!

Mar 21, 06:15 PM // Comment [2267] // Filed under:

After all the planning, critiquing, and re-planning, it’s finally time to execute. I have less than a week to get all the What the if… campaign pieces in order– and some (like the website) need to be ready earlier than others.

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What the if…

Mar 13, 03:02 PM // Comment [342] // Filed under:

What the ifRight now, I’m a mess of organization. Does that make sense? I’m trying to get all the pieces in place for this installation event to actually get off the ground and running. After all, the process and result are organic, but there still needs to be a solid foundation and adaptable structure in place (my responsibility!) for it to function as an emergent piece.

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Thesis mtg notes, 1/30/09

Jan 30, 04:43 PM // Comment [4] // Filed under:

In general, there needs to be a sense of a sustained, prolonged campaign that unites all the ‘interventionist’ pieces that I create and install. It’s not necessary that my pieces are all ‘created’ by me, in fact, they can be using commercially created designs or technologies that I position and install in appropriate places in order to interrupt the expectations of my audience (the CDes community). However, it is necessary that they create a strong presence that is purposefully orchestrated by me. Place and method should have a purpose and a meaning.

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bringing identity to life

Jan 14, 01:14 PM // Comment // Filed under:
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"To affect the quality of the day . . . "

Jan 5, 01:14 PM // Comment // Filed under:

“It is something to be able to paint a particular picture, or to carve a statue, and so make a few objects beautiful; but it is far more glorious to carve and paint the very atmosphere and medium through which we look. To affect the quality of the day– that is the highest of the arts.”
-Henry David Thoreau

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12/18 Note

Jan 5, 12:47 PM // Comment // Filed under:

What if it builds over time? Organically?

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