Living contradictions… Inevitable “Hiperconsumismo”. “El imperativo futuro es inventar nuevos modos de educación y trabajo que permitan a los individuos encontrar una identidad y satisfacciones que no sean las de los paraísos pasajeros del consumo” Lipovetsky, 2007. Quite difficult today… Too much presents ready to explode!
One wish for each king tonight: reflection, creativity and critical thinking! Feliç nit de reis! Image: millergoodman.com (great products)
How do we know if what we see is real or not? Amemiya’s work makes a jumble of what we percieve to be true and false. How much real are the images that surrounds us everyday? Let’s try to promote the critical thinking of our students! It is also an interesting excercice to do with…
Don’t use crayons! Many ways of painting are waiting! Artist:David Schwen.
Animals can be represented in many ways… The art work of Jean Luc Cornet reflects about the dichotomy between original and copy, the line between the uniqueness and series. How do we see the students of our classrooms? Which are our actions to respond to their uniqueness?
“Cuando no tengo rojo, pinto negro” (Picasso). White objects reduced to its purests form by Brand Spirit (Andrew Miller) What happens when everything is white? What happens when walls in the school are too much white?
Objectes quotidians que ens fan imaginar altres possibilitats. Think different. Artist: Paloma Rincón