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As designers we are often asked to create work within extremely limited budgets. This exercise aims to capture the transformative potential of repetition as a strategy for creating compelling work for a low cost. This project was inspired by work such as that of artists Tara Donovan or Monika Grzymala who through repetition make objects such as thousands of pencils and black tape into works of art. Students were asked to find a cheap and readily available object; preferably something that would otherwise would become trash and assemble it into a sample (0.5 x 0.5 meters) of what could be a large wall in an architecture project (5 x 3 meters).

ស្វែងរកការជុំរុញចិត្ត

ក្នុងនាមជាអ្នករចនា យើងជាញឹកញយតែងតែត្រូវបានគេស្នើសុំឲ្យបង្កើតស្នាដៃសិល្បៈជាមួយនឹងកញ្ចប់ថវិការមានកំណត់។ គំរោងនេះបានជុំរុញចិត្តដោយស្នាដៃរបស់សិល្បករ Tara Donovan ក៏ដូចជាលិល្បករ Monika Grzymala តាមរយៈការធ្វើច្រើនដងផ្ទួនគ្នាចេញពីគំនរខ្មៅដៃ និងខ្សែកាសែតខ្មៅរាប់ពាន់ដោយបង្កើតបានទៅជាការងារសិល្បៈជាច្រើន។ ពួកសិស្សទាំងឡាយត្រូវទៅរករបស់របរថោកៗ និងងាយស្រួល អ្វីដែលល្អគឺត្រូវស្វែងរកអ្វីដែលនឹងក្លាយជាសំរាម ហើយ រៀបចំវាជាគំរូ (0.5 x 0.5 ម៉ែត្រ) នៃអ្វីដែលអាចក្លាយជាជញ្ជាំងដ៏ធំមួយនៅក្នុងគំរោងស្ថាបត្យកម្ម (5 x 3 ម៉ែត្រ)។

This is work by 4th year architecture students at Limkokwing University in Phnom Penh. For additional information about each project please see Making In Cambodia.

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