Artistic Impression

Artistic Impression
Posted on 11/04/2019
The eighth grade recently finished a project based on the artist Ana Serrano, who makes tiny buildings. Her work is inspired by her Mexican-American culture and the “socio-cultural” architectural environment of urban neighborhoods across the United States. The eighth-graders started the project by covering boxes with paper and adding details to the rectangular prisms. They created buildings including a bakery, Dr. Doofenshmirtz’s lair, Baba Yaga's chicken leg house, and a disturbing hot dog stand named Frank’s Franks. The point of the project was to pay attention to the details of an art form as it relates to architecture as well as the stereotypes of architecture. Some learners took a career perspective designing a future business. Please enjoy the structural details of our interpretation in this imaginative and sometimes futuristic setting. This article was written in Collaboration with Lucas.
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