For this weeks activity, I posted four photos to Instagram and tagged them with #art110f14, along with my classmates to create a collective portrait.
The first photo I took was of the Walter Pyramid, walking from the parking lot to class. It was overcast and a nice juxtaposition against the blue of the pyramid. Although this was the first photo of the day I took, I forgot to post it first in my haste to get to class and posted a picture of me and my classmate instead. Whoops!
The second photo I uploaded was that of me and my classmate Savannah Cheung, who I talked with for our classmate conversations. We decided to take a selfie. Easy, self explanatory and simplistic.
The next photo I took captured palm trees. Simply put, I love palm trees and thought they would be a great addition to this project.
The last photo I uploaded was an outfit of the day picture. This photo happened to get the most likes, the reason for which I can only assume is it being the most personal, as it only involves me.
As I looked through the #art110f14 tag, I recognized that most of the photos had a shared subject. A lot of the pictures depicted the art galleries we all walked through, the classmates we conversed with, and the campus that we all share. But the thing that stood out the most is that nearly all of the pictures had no correlation with each other. We are all different and we all have different things going on in our lives, but we are all different together.