My exhale: Review of Netflix documentary, “Rainforests.” For my exhale, I watched a Netflix documentary about rainforests, and their ecosystems. My goal was to learn how documentarians could create meaning in their documentaries using structure, theme, and mood. I think
Inale: My inhale work was me analyzing a Netflix show with the name of Brooklyn Nine Nine. I watched this and tried to analyze how and why the characters make the jokes that they do. I also watched it to
For this project, I compiled a handful of meaningful songs which were based upon the theme: Life and these artists’ worldview.
Inhale For my inhale I listened to Malcolm Gladwells The Big Man Can’t shoot I took notes throughout the podcast paraphrasing any information I thought was relevant to my topic. In this podcast Malcolm Gladwell talks about basketball a lot
For my inhale I listened to a persuasive speech Greta Thunberg. It’s not a hard task to conclude that humans need water. We can’t live for more than 4 days without it. But that doesn’t mean you can drink any
Writing Exhale: Killer Clown Newspaper Viewing Inhale: I looked at a video biography about John Wayne Gacy/Pogo the Clown. It explained what he did and somewhat explained how and why. I jotted down notes to make my exhale
https://create.piktochart.com/dashboard For my inhale I read comic books and noted the art format in each book and related it to the ages.
I listened to a podcast from “Teenager Therapy” and a specific episode called “Endless worry” This was all about the anxiety and stress one teenager can go through. I learned about different types of anxiety and stress, how to cope
For my inhale I had read a book call Grenade, by Alan Gratz. It’s about a time in World War II.
Canned Feelings By Mani Nabavi My artwork expresses what all art means to me. The can is a testament to the paintings of Andy Warhol, who repainted Campbell’s Soup©️ cans trying to