Dreams about Installations

So there has been three vivid dreams (when I actually sleep at night) of art installations these last few months. I remember two of them quite well and would like to put it down here for later.

1. Moving plants on a pool.
Programmable pattern movements of plants on a pool of dark green water, the color of temple ponds. The plants resembling a family of money plants. Appears in organic layout, but starts moving in a synchronized manner. Creating patterns of movement and dance, geometric, precise yet nature like and computer like at the same time.

2. Installation inside a house that opens into a huge indoor/semi outdoor plant garden. There is sound and video work that starts playing on the top right section of the room after one walks into the space. In the center is a rock and plant garden and around it a long oblong/elliptical path.  The sound and video keeps moving from one corner to the other making the visitor move around three time around the central garden, almost mimicking the circular movements around the main temple building. 


Every day exercise

The joy of making.

For my final review I was told that my work doesn't indicate a joy of crafting artifacts. I remember that I got interested in design because I like to make things. This semester's work was not indicative of that since most of the projects involved a conceptual and prototyping approach with not much tangible or visual materials involved. Therefore I decided to do an exercise where I make something everyday taking at the most 10-20 minutes.
Below is the first of a collaborative project with Kabini Amin.
We will create an illustration through a step by step process, and this is the first one sent.

I also started working on a music idea.