Jen Yoohyun Lee - Judy Kong
Nov 9, 2020
art, but not many of her friends are interested
to be easy-going
to ask people to guess
simple, mono-tone arrangement
to engage with communities to
to have deep talks with old people
to be natural to interact with kids
to investigate social issues and aspects
Nov 16, 2020
we talked about what each of us does out of our genuine affection for art.
we pondered on how we ended up where we are, why we have decided to engage in the 'art world', and how it is severely influenced by other worldly matters.
we also wondered about where narratives stand in the dynamics between art practice, artwork, and art presentation.
later that night, our thoughts paused on the significance of reflextivity... how we should be reminded every so often.
Nov 18, 2020
we sat by the water and continued our talk on emotions - how we deal with our thoughts and emotions in times of flux.
we shared our opinions on "how we could improve the health of our emotions". surprisingly, some of our ideas were the same. we started to think that not being aware of one's emotions is what ends up killing her.
Jen thinks that thoughts and feelings can be translated to QR codes.
Judy thinks disposing the negative emotions and memories is a good practice.....
Nov 20, 2020
Your Own QR code to Be Expired
Jan 9, 2021
QR code: do we "mind"
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