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most countries forbid people smoke in the public interior area, we can see the tag ” no smoking” in many areas. people realize to protect others’ health. however, there is still some countries are not good at this point. how … Continue reading
2d observations is normal to see in everywhere, the tag, the advertisement,the reflections. they are formed by different ways, formal or in formal,private or public.
In Sydney, at the Carriage Works building, I came across a man using and interacting with an open space in a unique way, making it a public site. I wanted to record his movements and how he en-counted and occupied … Continue reading
i used tape to demarcate the non smoking area outside the train station (where there is an overhead structure). the tape acts as a device to highlight the invisible boundaries of the right to smoke/the right to not be near … Continue reading
Street performance & reaction from urbaninteriorstudio on Vimeo.
“City Run” is about wandering around the city and get people involved to film what they observe on their way one after another. As a group of three, one of us try explaining to them about the project, one take video about the … Continue reading
4D claim the city from urbaninteriorstudio on Vimeo.
Untitled from urbaninteriorstudio on Vimeo. This video shows our observations of similar interactions between people and things in the city in a formal and informal way – get to know where and during which time people act formal and informal.
Untitled from Hayley Tait on Vimeo. This video demonstrates our use of public space and the psychology of urban environments. We experimented with the human traffic flow and discovered the difficulty of pausing or walking against the flow. To provide … Continue reading
this video takes the viewer on a journey from suburb to city, structuring a narrative that weaves through examples of four-dimensional interaction within melbourne. these interactions can be between people-people or between people-things. filming these interactions highlights the city as a … Continue reading
A group of pigeons landed on the ground beside the Yarra river, in front of a restaurant. I want to express that not only people can claim the city, but also animals can claim the city. Animals such as birds, … Continue reading
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In our second week project Claiming the City, we were asked to wander through the city and document 3D engagement with the public environment. I have chosen this informal photograph as it greatly demonstrate my perception towards the 3D engagement. This picture was … Continue reading
in class we discussed each others postcards and put them up on the wall, we re-arranged the postcards according to different ordering systems according to locations (CBD to suburbia), to authorship (corporate entities to individuals), to purpose (advertisement to happenstance) … Continue reading
for these observations you will team up to teams of 2. as discussed in class you will document with a 2.50-3.10min video how people claim the city, how do they interaction with the city, see below the whiteboard notes in … Continue reading
It is a postcard showing a TV set, which is generally considered as an interior and private object, abandoned in the middle of the public and outside pavement. The contrast in the picture discusses that the attribute of objects and … Continue reading
I think this image is quite interesting. At first glance the broken cloth hanger that claims the space could be easily mistaken as a 3D form of art. The plant that grows from the crack of the pavement and the slowly eroded … Continue reading
We have chosen the following photo, because sleeping in the streets is the ultimate informal action under the topic of “claiming the city”. To ‘claim’ a public space for an action which usually takes place in an interior and which … Continue reading
I am quite intrested in this image, as it presents the informal graffiti and typography art works in this messy public space with some non-in order plastic basket boxes and rubbish bins on the side. It forms an interesting 3D … Continue reading
In the first photo the tree has overgrown into the laneway, over time creeping into public space. This is more a subtle claim on the city. Also creating shadow, this example carries into the ‘4D’ category, as it includes time. … Continue reading
I choose this one as my favourite informal pic because the brick is kind of normal to see in our city, we can see it on the floor or wall. however they easily to be ignored. the slot between the bricks could … Continue reading
The first picture causes our mind going back to the child as it is an informal example. When we were young, we palyied the block game like LEGO with friends. It used to stimulate our inventive imagination. Althoug this material is different between plasitc … Continue reading
leaves should laying on the ground which for them is a frormal thing. So those leaves in the box comes out an informal result.