Dark and Light is a sculpture that consists of two booths. Each booth has a door with a black curtain. The booth whose door is facing the entrance of the building has three buttons, which are colored red, green and blue, on the upper part of the wall and a speaker on the lower part of the wall and it also has a circular opening on top, which is lit by strong spotlight. The other booth, whose door is facing the wall, the opposite direction as the one mentioned earlier, has a LED on the upper part of the wall and it does not have an opening so as to be dark.
The viewers can truly interact with the sculpture by entering the booths. When a button is pressed, a short piece of music is played and the color of the led changes to the corresponding color.
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Below is my revised final project idea. The sculpture will be hanged on road lights so that the lights go through the fabrics and project scattered lights on the ground. Whenever wind comes, the scattered lights will even blink as two layers of fabrics wobbles.
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This project is done by the whole class. Each of us is asked to produce two buildings, each consists of at least two parts that stacked together. I actually made four buildings. Three of them are literally made of clay balls and the other ones are made of five very different objects.
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Chai(拆), meaning to tear down in Chinese, is a mark for China’s urban planning department to mark any buildings that would be torn down.
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This is the first sculpture I have ever made and it focuses on the verb “to expand”.
Materials: a piece of wood and a few screws.
Tools: sliding compound miter saw, battery powered drill and sand paper.
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