Collecting information-Chase Nash

Session notes πŸ™‚

Observing the objects

Chose 26 objects that were located on my desk

Instead of just writing down the objects and their information normally. I decided to make a measuring tape using the actual length of the objects to collect data from them and also to categorise them by shortest to longest

The long β€œtape” is three meters long.

3 thoughts on “Collecting information-Chase Nash”

  1. The tape measure format is great! Using the actual length of the object to inform the format is appropriate, considered and successful. I would love to be able to read the information on it though! Consider how best to present your work, as it is very hard to read the text on your photographs. Would a video or close ups be more effective? I would also like to see a list of the collection, as from the photographs again it is not clear. Chase β€” this is a great start to the brief and within the time frame you had, in future do consider how to present your work to fully communicate its potential!

  2. I was very impressed with the form of the tape measure. Maybe you could enhance the visual effect, for example, puting ourselves in the position of the audience to carry out~

  3. Your notes are really informative, making it interesting to see your thought process. I like the idea of choosing a glass of water as one of your objects because it is not noticeable at first.

    Your tape measure is a brilliant idea and really creative!

    There is a way to make the images clickable πŸ™‚

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