Convergence: Understanding Differences and Creativity
adrienne: it was good annie talked to me cos in the morning before school, i was telling her about how i'm quite torn between fine art and 3d like i'm not the "design" vibe of 3D but i also dont want to just paint the rest of my education and i asked her if it was possible for me to do fine art next year and she said yes so she's giving me specific direction more "conceptual". she talked for like 7 mins and suddenly i understood everything the notion of VESSELS and how they can represent so much
adrienne: it was like i learned a new language
me: like how??
adrienne: kase i had some objects and was drawing from them they were seashells and she sat down, and said like so these objects, conceptually, sculpturally, we look at them and pay attention to the emotion they trigger or any kind of human experience because it's inanimate, it's very significant that it triggers human emotion and she was flipping the shell over and saying, if i lay it like this with the hollow face down it's hollow, but we don't see it's hollow, but your mind knows it's hollow and your mind starts to imagine that hollow same goes for other objects like tubes hang on, are you on skype? i'll show you pics
me: okay :)
adrienne: this is like a fossil that's grown on a stone close up so she was pointing to these like holes and saying, we know theyre holes but we cant see where they lead to it's almost secret she said secret a lot of times and it's like, thats where the concept comes in and thats where the chance for emotion comes in when we can't completely see but we believe it's something
adrienne: DIBAAAA ANG GALING!!! MUNTIK NA AKO MAIYAK!!