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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Vincent van Gogh

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Even though our individual goals might be vastly different, we are all moving in the same direction — up. We are all subject to the perpetual human instinct to ascend, to improve, to reach for the stars.
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Even though our individual goals might be vastly different, we are all moving in the same direction — up. We are all subject to the perpetual human instinct to ascend, to improve, to reach for the stars.
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If Goffman’s theory of actor and audience can be applied literally, then as an audience member, the best thing I can do when experiencing art is to help the artist feel seen.
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If Goffman’s theory of actor and audience can be applied literally, then as an audience member, the best thing I can do when experiencing art is to help the artist feel seen.
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I am writing to you from Paris, France. The weather is hot, and the jet lag is at large. But so is the bread and the cheese and the art.
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I am writing to you from Paris, France. The weather is hot, and the jet lag is at large. But so is the bread and the cheese and the art.
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With each frame a hand-painted oil painting, “Loving Vincent” pays homage to the life of Vincent Van Gogh through his own work.
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With each frame a hand-painted oil painting, “Loving Vincent” pays homage to the life of Vincent Van Gogh through his own work.
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“The basis for my idea was to tell my story through his paintings,” explained Kobiela, “It was always fascinating for me to think about the characters from his paintings telling his story.”
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“The basis for my idea was to tell my story through his paintings,” explained Kobiela, “It was always fascinating for me to think about the characters from his paintings telling his story.”
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This summer I studied abroad for six weeks at Technische Universität in Berlin. I was inspired by the city’s endless attractions and explored them throughout the days that blended into long nights. My project captured the notable sites at opposite times of the day and then stitched the opposing images together to highlight the strong juxtaposition of day and night.
This summer I studied abroad for six weeks at Technische Universität in Berlin. I was inspired by the city’s endless attractions and explored them throughout the days that blended into long nights. My project captured the notable sites at opposite times of the day and then stitched the opposing images together to highlight the strong juxtaposition of day and night.
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