By mid-afternoon today, Suzanne had wanted us to go around to each person's studio as a class and give insight/critiques to each person's work. As for the feedback I received, the class as a whole liked my sense of formalism combined with my sense of space. Everyone got a chuckle out of my video titled, "Risque Reproduction." (You'll see more of that tomorrow). The boxes as well as the dirt installation were an all around favorite. I have yet to install the light on the boxes because I am unsure about battery life expectancy, so my classmates still haven't seen what it will look like, but everyone is anxious.
Suzanne had mentioned to me as well as the class that there are a few websites dealing with bio art and wants me to look into submitting my art around the world in the future. She thinks my work has a show-able/ gallery-like quality to it. (Pats self on the back. Go me!)
When I left school this evening, myself and one other girl were the only ones who were completely done. So tomorrow's open studio will be a surprise for me as well. Artists are always procrastinators, haha. There's no way I could work like that.
Two classmates of mine designed this poster for our show.