Final Project Reflection: I received good feedback on my final presentation of my installation. Both professor and classmates liked how I transformed my vehicle and did not have anything I could have done differently. I was asked about why I chose a Peregrine Falcon versus a Bald Eagle. I was asked and given the suggestion that I could have driven the car with people sitting on the bird to suggest flying, but consideration has to be taken with the possible safety issues. The
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Artist Statement With this piece, the artist wishes to convey the feeling of freedom. The space that the artist transformed is her car. Our vehicles are often overlooked as a burden of finances and debt, and something to keep up with. It becomes just another necessary evil possession in our everyday lives. The artist wanted to transform the inside of her vehicle into a place signifying the joy and freedom that a car brings. Think about when a teenager first gets their license
I’ve been making good, albeit kinda slow progress on my car installation. It’s been much more work than I originally anticipated. Thanks to my best friend, who has given me hours of time to help cover the inside of my car with paper. I’ve also worked on painting a bird which will be part of the installation. It took over my parents’ whole living room and everyone had to walk around it, so that was an issue. I was able to paint big and loose and I really enjoyed that process.