If flaneur is considered as a static object, in flaneur's eyes, the city can be regarded as a constantly changing sturcture. The idea of the forth one comes from this point. It is a symbol of this specail individuals in the middle of the picture.
The third one is about walking randomly in the urban space. So i chose a special perspective to show different path and stairs designed in the air, which make people get different level and different platform to percieve the space.
The second Picture is about flaneur's invisible character in urban space.Because this special individuls often are neglected by other people and often does not keep pace with changes of development of a city.
The second skeches about Information Collector
Skethces about the future of London
I wanna draw 4 pictures about how a flanuer can be and what their characters are.The first picture is about flaneur's first character about observing people's lives, buildings, sturctures and communities. In the picture, the red object can be considered as a tool which search for informations of the street.And the background is the future of London.
Last stage, i want to made a trolley as a tool which can recieve the infromation on the view of street. In this stage, i am trying to think about how to transfer people to an object in order to reflect the events happened in the street and i am trying to think about whether a reflective skin can be made to reflect the event and separate the invisible inside of the people from the outside world. At the same time, people wear it can be invisible from other people's eyes. And the other people can experience themselves as visible beings.
6 Times, a sculptural project by the celebrated British artist Antony Gormley and commissioned by the National Galleries of Scotland, comprises six life-size figures positioned between the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and the sea. Four of the figures are sited in the Water of Leith, acting as gauges for the height of the river as it swells and recedes. This is the first time that a work in the National Galleries collection has been permanently located across the city of Edinburgh itself