Teddy Tseng
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Taipei Taiwan
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Birmingham City University
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My work is talk about “What money can’t buy?”. To do so I use pixelated images. I’m inspired by 8-bit TV game Super Mario. The graphics are low quality and simple but still popular very much around the world, even though digital graphics have greatly advanced. Moreover, I am interested in the contrast and combination of low pixel images and exquisite jewellery. Besides, the 8-bit images look to me like pixelated graffiti, I put the graffiti idea into my jewellery try to bring joy to the viewer. Behind the images, just like in graffiti,

I would like to make the viewer feel the irony and the ideas, which have motivated my jewellery. In my theme, I’ve select 8 things represented it. I’ve also give each of them a statement behind the work and will show you in the following presentation. In Module 4, I’ve explore two, True love and Peace, which money can’t buy.
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The concept of my work

Posted on February 1, 2009 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

The topic that I am going to explore is “Things that money cannot buy”. Since people involve in earning money for their life, most of us devote most of life to pursue it, worry about it, and dealing with it. People would have thought that money would be the most significant thing in the world. Money is important indeed. With it, people could have a proper place to live, food to eat, clothes to wear, even though for entertainment, travel, feeding kids and better life and so on. Money allows us… Continue

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At 6:33pm on December 13, 2009, Elena Ruebel said…
Well done artist of the week :)!!! Good to see all the new pictures.
Hope you settled in ok back home.
Looking forward to seeing you in Munich! Elena and Katharina
At 1:17pm on February 6, 2009, Katharina Moch said…
Hi Teddy thanx very much! Hope you are having a creative weekend and get all the stuff done for the assessment. Have you sprayed your piece yet? I really want to see that - I definitely agree with Elena that you should try out some colours. I am quite fond of the micky mouse - I it definitely fulfills your aim of making the viewer feel happy.

See you on Monday :)
At 4:13am on February 5, 2009, Elena Ruebel said…
Hi Teddy, thanks for your comment. I think you're definitely right about the surprise factor. Trying hard to get there! :)
 
 
 

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