Jun Kiat's showed the class how he used parts of his body (apart from the hands) to create and retain marks from the process. He felt the best medium to work with is air dried terra-cotta clay.
Andre, JM and Vince discussed almost everything that was experienced in the previous lesson and narrowed it down the arachnids currently displayed at CCA , and related them to artists in their environment.
Eddie and Tram lost their final project which they worked on in school.
But no worries, there was good enough documentation with detailed process writings in their journals. They responded to Mike HJ Chang's Dog & Butterfly
David spent the week pondering about how to create something that will be the most uncomfortable to him. He finally plucked up some courage and ripped his collection of books, and transformed those aged pages into beautiful paper lotuses.
Nando's Team presents their version of using their body to draw. They used their feet and noses too.
Ursula was very inspired by Ezzam Rahman's work showcased at 8Q SAM and followed suit.