Bored bored bored bored BORED! I am so phenomenally bored in school right now I don't know why I even bother coming in to studio. A typical day involves me screwing around my apartment for a few hours then going into studio only to just talk to/bother my classmates, draw a few lines in Illustrator or extrude something in Rhino for no apparent reason, get a coffee, talk, go to dinner, stare at screen, draw a square on some trace, then go home. I haven't really done anything for studio since it started three weeks ago. My work is really suffering for it too. I went to a pin-up last week with a transparent rendering of Meyerson on 11x17. Pretty lame.
My other classes are fairly decent, but I'm so bored by studio, that I don't feel like working on anything. There is hardly anyone here either. Not just in my studio section, but in the entire room. Most people just work at home I guess. The studio culture is really lacking this semester. I was with a great group last semester and it was much easier to stay motivated. That's not saying the people in my studio this semester are bad in any sense. It was just a much different dynamic.
We have a pin-up on Wednesday that is sort of a final pin-up for this part of the project. I hardly have anything and I don't really care. I still have plenty of time to work, but I don't foresee any type of all-nighter because...I don't care.
Next week we are having an exhibit for those of us who did the Japan Summer Program.
The only two cool things I've ever done in school:
#1 some drawing
#2 Diller Scofidio+Renfro's work history diagram