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INFORMAL URBAN PRACTICE

1. articulate your aspirations for the studio and propose a means for self-assessment

Student name: Jose M. Hernandez Perez s3299046 What do you aspire to learn through the studio? Clearly propose the most important 6 or more aspects of learning and achievement (in few words) that you aspire to measure your work against.

What is likely to indicate different levels of your performance and achievement against each criteria? Describe in detail the indicators (evidence) of quality at the level of performance that you aspire to achieve. In less detail, describe what will indicate if you have achieved above or below your aspired level.

CRITERIA

‘SATISFACTORY’ PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

‘GOOD’ PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

‘VERY GOOD’ PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

‘OUTSTANDING’ PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

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DESIGN FOR SOCIAL PROVOCATION

Low public speculation about our project and branding. Some public participation at the different projects.

Create speculation about the Habitallery and public participation in individual projects.

I want to have people speculating about life outside their own world, researching about my project and the Habitallery.

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TESTING IDEAS

To get interest in most of the projects to generate reaction from public.

To create speculation from public about the brand, to get response on the web or by any medium.

To test our different ideas as a part of the same brand and bringing public attention to the individual projects and to the Habitallery.

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Understanding Society and life

Understanding life

Understanding how life in

If I can express my

People commenting about the Habitallery, being more creative, searching for upcoming events and expanding our persona with their friends. Starting their own events similar to ours. I want the project to have social recognition, get a positive opinion from the public, to get the attention of Melbourne’s population through our ideas. To generate public


overseas

overseas, looking world from a different perspective.

Australia works, how society moves and what they search for in everyday life. Meeting people and sharing experiences.

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INNOVATION

Find a different way to get people’s attention

Give people the chance to see a gallery where they don’t expect to see it, arranged in an attractive way, making them recognize our brand

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SPATIAL INTERVENTION

Occupy a public space and give it a different use.

Occupy a public space giving it a different use, getting people involved

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Maturing as a designer

If I can stop being irresponsible, get work done on time and be a leader on my teams

Upgrade the quality of my thoughts and decrease my procrastination and lack of efficiency.

ideas through design, understanding Australian culture, sharing my ideas and traditions with them, learning from Australia and sharing a bit of Mexico. I will like to innovate in the concept of my work, displacing a tradition from one country to another, innovate in the exhibition and the experience Occupying a public space, giving it a second use, getting people involved and recognition.

If I can use design to make a difference, share my ideas, upgrade the quality of my thoughts and decrease my procrastination and lack of efficiency.

acceptance and interest towards my projects and culture, to share thoughts with them and to have them teaching me new things.

Create a complete new gallery innovating from the concept to the outcome, obtaining results never seen before. Make people look for our brand everywhere. I want to transform the public space, displace it, to make people think they are walking in a different place, to excite them through images and sounds, to occupy a public space and make it interesting. If the brand that we are creating gets recognition, and we are able to work on this after the semester ends, if I learn new ways of working, if I expand my limits and increase my knowledge.


INFORMAL URBAN PRACTICE

2. Mid-semester self-assessment

Student name: JOSE M. HERNANDEZ

CRITERIA

1 DESIGN FOR SOCIAL PROVOCATION

2 TESTING IDEAS

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INNOVATION

What indicates the current levels of your performance and achievement in the studio against each criteria? Describe in detail the indicators (evidence) of quality at the level of performance you honestly believe you have achieved so far. In less detail, describe what would indicate if you had achieved above or below your proposed level. ‘SATISFACTORY’ ‘GOOD’ ‘VERY GOOD’ ‘OUTSTANDING’ PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE INDICATORS INDICATORS INDICATORS INDICATORS Through the semester we have had a good very good reaction from people in each of the small interventions and occupations that I have made with my team. We have been using different techniques to achieve different goals from our ideas in different stages of the small projects, having good outcomes. We have been generating a good number of new ideas for our projects, innovating with techniques to get public response, changing the


tools, getting social disagree and approve.

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SPATIAL INTERVENTION

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Understanding society and life overseas

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Maturing as a designer

We have been occupying public spaces through the semester, having a great outcome in some locations and not so good in other, working around the city and RMIT was much easier than working in a suburb. For me this semester learning about design and how to become a better designer is important but understanding about life, property meanings, overseas society and behavior is just as important. I have been involving in all the activities that I can, living an Australian life, traveling and enjoying. Design development with low mistakes and achieving some goals, I have been working with


some interruptions or mistakes, mostly failing with timing. It has been a brand new experience for me studying in a different country with a different language and learning system.


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self assesment

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