Cabinet of Curiosity
Research Joseph Cornell was
born in Nyack, New York, (December 24, 1903 â€“ December 29, 1972). He was an American artist and sculptor, one of the pioneers and most celebrated exponents of assemblage. Influenced by the Surrealists, he was also an avant-garde experimental filmmaker. Cornellâ€™s most characteristic art works were boxed assemblages created from found objects. These are simple boxes, usually fronted with a glass pane, in which he arranged surprising collections of photographs or Victorian bric a brac, in a way that combines the formal austerity of Constructivism with.
the lively fantasy of Surrealism. The got example how use paper cut outs or create your own drawing and securely using thread. To make good scene and curiosity cabinet. By using related objects to place create mode and sea scene. Of visited or favourite place, put from that place related objects in small containers, like small glass bottles. And all those bottles in box and to make mood you can put picture of the place. I think its smart way have to show and experience the place.
(20 June 1887 â€“ 8 January 1948) was a German painter who was born in Hanover, Germany. Schwitters worked in several genres and media, including Dada, Constructivism, Surrealism, poetry, sound, painting, sculpture, graphic design, typography, and what came to be known as installation art. He is most famous for his collages, called Merz Pictures.
Brothers Quay born June 17, 1947) are American identical twin brothers. They are influential stop-motion animators. They are also the recipients of the 1998 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Set Design for their work on the play The Chairs. Using objects to create the collage. Objects make are similar colour and materials, create emotion, and give a certain feel and tell a story, like
This collage tell me the person have gambling addition. And have mess in life.
born June 17, 1947) are American identical twin brothers. They are influential stop-motion animators. They are also the recipients of the 1998 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Set Design for their work on the play The Chairs.Itâ€™s good example of miniature objects witch is related to my curiosity cabinet, and make certain sense and emotion by using miniature objects and create shortfilm.
John Lewis Christmas advert ‘The Bear & The Hare’. It's a pains taking animation depicting a sad bear who always misses Christmas because he's hibernating. His friend the hare gives him a present – an alarm clock – that wakes him up just in time to see the big, decorated tree all lovely in the winter sunshine. Cute animals, big tree, snowy scene: it ticks all the boxes and yet it leaves me cold. Literally cold. It makes me wrap my cardigan tighter around me and turn up the thermostat. I was more interested in objects and drawings in animation and have they made by hand and get some tips and idea have produce my own objects for curiosity cabinet.
Making the Curiosity cabinet step by step. Went to second hand market and bought a book for 50pence. Star preparing the book to cut out pages, first protect the book
cover I put over them the Clingfilm.
Then cov- for 30 min. er outside pages with glue and left dry it
Start cutting out pages by layers.
After cutting out pages I cover outside and
inside with glue and left dry.
Then cov- brown er inside parcel pawith hes- per. sian and edges with
Put peace of tree and fern tree leaves
Then I made Latvian Country side grass dryer.
Witch later will turn grass in hay and you can keep it
Then I made stork nest and draw the stork
on paper and hang it on two threads.
My relation with Latvia nowâ€Ś