This sketch was made based on a simple idea about how people travel to their workplaces each day. I asked my friends to use their phones and shoot how did they do. After that, I did editing on Adobe Premiere to split the screen into three vertical parts in order to show the difference in… Continue reading Sketch 7: How do you travel to your workplace?
Every day thousands of people are travelling around Melbourne city and surrounding areas by tram. I was impressed with the dense catenary which was transmitting electric energy to trams when I first came to Melbourne. The structure of this overhead wires looks like there are myriad power lines collaborating and connecting together to create a network operating system for tram work.… Continue reading Sketch 6: Overhead tram wires
This sketch was shot by accident when I was walking along Bourke Street. There is an interactive window display in front of the Telstra store located on this street. Each day, many people passed by the window without noticing that they were on the screen. Sometimes, several passengers stopped to look at the window and tried… Continue reading Sketch 5: Collaborate with interactive window
The idea came up when I read a marketing article about the function of taking double exposure photos on an Android smart phone. Using a video about skyscrapers in Melbourne that my friend sent me before as the background, I shot a short video about myself as foreground and blended two videos together (using iOS app Fused) to make a… Continue reading Sketch 4: Dreaming of freedom – Double exposure
Melbourne is known for its rich street culture. It was interesting when I asked my friends what type of street art they like in Melbourne then received different answers from them. Singing, dancing, playing musical instrument or mural painting, each kind of street art combine and create a vivid picture of Melbourne’s cultural life. In this sketch,… Continue reading Sketch 3: Melbourne street art
To make this sketch, I asked some female friends to show me which part they do not like most in their faces or bodies and how they hide people from seeing their ‘ugliness’? The reason why I did that is because women tend to care much of what others think or say about them and be always… Continue reading Sketch 2: Beauty or Hidden Ugliness?
I made this sketch with my friend’s help. I showed her the performance of a female singer on the corner of Swanston Street and Bourke Street in the evening that I had shot before and then asked her to shoot what happened in the same place during daytime. After did that, she said it was… Continue reading Sketch 1: Bourke St Day vs. Night