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An unsurprising case of software qualification with an interesting twist

The unsurprising software qualification case that I wrote about earlier turns out to still have a little twist in the judgment that the European Court of Justice (CJEU) recently rendered in that case. 1,223 more words

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Pros and Cons Of Getting A Double Major Degree In Singapore

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As we usher in the new year, we also inch closer to university applications. As you considering the different options you have, one of the questions you need to answer would be whether to choose a Double Major Degree programme. 784 more words

Money Matters

Where I'm at...

As the new module looms, and with the need to stat to determine how, where and when I will show my final work, I feel as though I may need to take a slightly more realistic financial approach to ideas, unless I can begin to secure funding. 399 more words

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repetition of form

Tony Smith

Donald Judd

Carl Andre

What is worth doing is worth doing again and again and again and again; as long as it is worth doing. 6 more words
Sculpture I Winter 2018

Modular Architecture

Bauhaus

In principle, the Bauhaus represented an opportunity to extend beauty and quality to every home through well designed industrially produced objects. The Bauhaus program was experimental and the emphasis, was theoretical. 367 more words

Sculpture I Winter 2018

Brian Jungen

Brian Jungen draws from his family’s ranching and hunting background, as well as his Dane-zaa heritage, when disassembling and recombining consumer goods into whimsical sculptures. Jungen transforms plastic chairs into whale skeletons, garbage bins into a giant turtle carapace, and collectible Nike Air Jordan shoes into objects resembling both the ceremonial masks of British Columbian coastal tribes and abstract modernist sculptures. 81 more words

Sculpture I Winter 2018

Sara Sze

Sarah Sze draws from Modernist traditions of the found object, to build large scale installations. She uses everyday items like string, Q-tips, photographs, and wire to create complex constellations whose forms change with the viewer’s interaction. 45 more words

Sculpture I Winter 2018