Art, etc.: "It's Just a Clump of Cells"
BY JACQUELINE CARPENTIER The film was for a course that focused on exploring different methods and materials in making art. The final assignment was to use either miniatures or monuments and to express change over time in a non-realistic and/or nonlinear fashion. I was really intrigued by the concept of having something growing and melting -- of having the process itself speak directly to the question of existence I have always been so fascinated by. This idea quickly and