Hometest Prompt 4

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    4. A sequence or series of 5 or more images that illustrates an object at varying weights.

    For this prompt I have created a new measurement of weight, by defining weight (the measurement of gravity relative to our surroundings) as emotional weight, meaning the emotional attraction or connection to our surroundings. This series of images is broken down into the three developmental stages of life (childhood, adolescence, and adulthood) and each category of emotional weight is placed into the stage of life where it is first or most commonly found. By doing this I have created both a new scale to define weight, and a depiction of varying weight on the object of self. This series goes beyond that by depicting the compounding affects of weight on an object, and how varied weight can add up to redefine an object. I've also included a short summary about each piece of this series to explain the entire series further.

    Cassie Charity, gCere_photography, and 23 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. fabulous airport [deleted] 66 months ago | reply

      You are amazing. You totally deserve Cooper :)

    2. walkinginspace pt2.... 66 months ago | reply

      love your work,.....creative!!

    3. luxuriant porter [deleted] 64 months ago | reply

      Duuude I love your stuff. Did you apply anywhere else? FIT? Parsons?

    4. Jacksonian22 64 months ago | reply

      Luxuriant Porter Thank you!! Ok so it's a really long story with parsons but I did apply there kind of last minute and they messed up my application and so it took them forever to tell me I was accepted, but it all worked out in the end with them. I also applied to SVA, MICA, and SAIC, and I almost applied to RISD but the admissions person from there was just kind of obnoxious even though they liked my work, like they wanted me to re do my portfolio specifically for them so that it would just be a bunch of observational drawings and like weird darkroom work. So yah, it's an interesting process but I learned a lot from it I guess. It's just strange though because everyone tells you that you need to have a portfolio with like 6 observational drawings and stuff, when really most colleges want to see more personal work and tend to like that more.

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