Hi, I’m Petar.
I’ll be a 4th year photo student at OCAD in Canada.
I participated in INTAC over this past year.
Looking forward to continuing the collaboration.
Here is a link to my past video:
http://intac.tumblr.com/post/62266769988/heyo-im-petar-boskovic-a-3rd-year-photo , as well as some info on contact information.
Have a good one!
You say you want
R E V O L U T I O N
well you know
we all want to change
Revolution inspires me a way of living. Away from all the dictated codes.
Revolution makes me think about all the people who decided to live an other life, completely opposed to what the society expect us to.
For me, Revolution is not something radical and imposing. It’s quiet, slow. It’s everyday’s choice we do.
When I think about revolution, I see marginals, musicians, poets, hippies, punks..I think about all the person who changed their world, musicians who wrote poem about how they would see the world.
I think about my neighbor who refuses to buy clothes from China/Taiwan/etc…, I think about Bob Dylan an his “protest song”, I think about these punk who prefer to buy less for having less to work, person who chose book rather than Facebook.
I would like to do a work with photography, poems, stage photography or live/documentary photography, or even DIY, bodypainting.. well whatever you want !
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To me revolution has to do with passion // love to take apart common concepts, unquestioned structures & put oneself out for autonomous thinking. Stepping back from majorities. Reflecting. Deviation from the norm, which enables progress.
I’d love to run this project with a focus on the understanding of common, social accepted and promoted work values AND the disruption of canned concepts of work life to more self-determination and meaningfulness.. where running out of time isn’t considered a status symbol and a sign of success.
Which people are seen more as full-valuable society members? Regular 9-5ers? These who daily dissapear in their offices executing standard tasks? For sure! Hhmm…or what about a hard working thinker, a developer of visions who is lying in the grass? For me simple task working or following instructions is not dependent from thinking!
I’d like to examine this further. How could thinking be embodied and visualized? Also I’d like to make references to the “Generation Y”.
So let’s ruin and reinvent this jurassic concept of what work means!!!
Feel free to pm me. I’m looking forward to your ideas!
My name is Felipe Sarmiento 4th year at OCADU, toronto
For the theme of revolution i want to explore the comparison between REVOLUTION AND EVOLUTION. what makes this words different or similar. Im open to any ideas, materials, adding concepts, people, etc.
MANIFESTOMake your own statement,Start your own revolution,Use your artistic freedom of speechwithin a cultural political or social contextAdd your radical manifestoto our united movement_______________________This is the statement from Bratislava which will help guide our INTAC work for the next 6 months. Propose your ideas and find collaborators. Keep this blog alive with your thoughts and images. Let everyone know who is working together and how it is going._______________________Step 1: Review the introductions and contact whoever interests youStep 2: Always respond to those who contact you - even to say “Hi, but I’m already busy with others” - build a conversation and network by direct contacts - not just lurking on FaceBook!Step 3: Post your project Ideas here on the BlogStep 4: Once your group is forming post the following:Project Name (what you are calling it for the moment)Participants and their SchoolsConcept Description (as it stands - it will change)Say if you are looking for more partners!_______________________Remember: From experience, we can say that groups of 3-5 work best and you should not be in more than you can handle, usually 2 or 3. Two people may seem right - but you are in trouble if one backs out (be warned). More than 5 and you get silent partners who tend to disappear.If you have an idea where you want many submissions (such as Raymond collecting tree images from all over the world) form a small group that does the project and then ask for images from the whole group or beyond - the world is out there! But - this needs a solid group at the core.Have fun and don’t hesitate to talk in the FaceBook Group to find partners - Canada and Finland are not in session but do want to participate.Peter Sramek, OCADU