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“The Cabinet  of  Curiosity”     “Derive  ideas  from  the  world  around  you,  from  your  own  background,  from  your  childhood,  from   relationships  with  others,  from  social  and  political  environment.  Don’t  be  confined  to  a  pond…in  which  the   water  is  always  in  danger  of  becoming  stagnant.”       Ken  Garland  

     

The  Brief:     In  the  same  way  that  certain  artists  attempt  to  capture  experiences,  or  ephemeral  moments  of  time  in   their  work,  as  in  the  boxes  of  Joseph  Cornell  and  animations  of  the  Brother  Quay,  you  are  required  to  use   your  personal  experiences  to  build  a  cabinet  of  curiosity  or  shrine.  This  does  not  have  to  be  a  literal   physical  cabinet  but  can  be  virtual,  physical  or  static.  In  the  first  instance  you  should  collect  written  and   visual  information  based  around  your  personal  experiences  and  interests.      

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