I could be a doctor, or become Connie Chung.
Sharon Ann Lee
We liked that we were doing work about this accumulation of stuff, and then making it into art, and then sending it back to Walmart.
Hillerbrand + Magsamen
Not only that, but you have to tattoo on skin, which is not like paper, at all. It bleeds, it stretches, and it's attached to a person with opinions.
I never asked for any special treatment. I only wanted to do the work that I love to do and to let the work speak for itself.
Maybe the whole part of all this data tracking is to understand this part of ourselves that we don't know.
Art makes data sticky. It gets you to look.
What I started to realize was that my data added up to a picture of me, this part of me that is hidden, this part of me that I don't notice or see, that was maybe richer and more complex and more interesting than I could even remember about myself.
I make work out of measurements.
It's easy to feel bitterness and lead with your pain, but then that's how people see you. My pain and my brokenness are a part of my story, but they don't define me anymore.
I started looking for beauty all around me.
I thought I was going to die.
That was the first time in my life that I really saw beauty and redemption come out of something broken because I discovered I am a creative.
Make the invisible visible.
Only teach someone what they need to know when they need to know it.
Exhibition design is the 3-dimensional translation or manifestation of a narrative, story, idea, concept, question, memory.
Exhibition designers create transformative experiences that educate, awe, inspire, and engage visitors.
I want you to use all six of these bricks to build ducks.
You need to look forward. If you're constantly looking too close in front of you, you're just adjusting too quickly. But if you look forward you can kind of guide yourself naturally and propel yourself forward.
I think it's important to really have a diverse set of things you do- it's not always one thing or another.
Good design communicates and feels.
It's not our bosses or our companies that define us, it's ourselves that limit how far we can go.
No matter what, the way to reach your full potential and to go as far as you can in life is to be in a supportive relationship.
Advice is hard. It's hard to give, it's hard to get, it's hard to take.
I don't have to know all the answers and if I don't, I don't have to pretend that I do.
I think we're living in this mass fetishization of creativity.
Academia has become so specialized. People are sitting right next to each other and they're not talking to each other.