State Of Art Exhibit: Reflection Of My Beliefs And Values

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This state of the art exhibit is endeavouring to reflect my beliefs, values and attitudes that I strongly represented as an individual. These discourses have been uniformly modified and evolved by experiences and interactions with my family and religion as my life has progressed. I felt that utilising the white base of my exhibit would be the most appropriate way to express and portray these influences in an understandable manner. The central piece of my exhibit symbolises my life is very steadily and focus to unpackaged my dream goals as each year I learn and improve from the mistakes that I have made. My central piece can be supported by the quote of Richard Branson, ‘I have learnt more from my failures than my successes.’ This is why the central piece is a staircase as it conveys that I must take each step to reach my goals. The simple but epic design of this exhibit may seem somewhat unappealing. However, browsing each and every feature which is utilised can allow readers to relate each paragraph to it for a better understanding of the many discourses responsible for shaping and or modifying me. The textures that my exhibit is presented are black and white. This exhibit will provide a vast amount of concealed symbolism in a compact space as there is a saying ‘Great things come in small packages’. Therefore, this exhibit will provide a thorough insight into the influences in my life that I have shaped my attitudes, values and beliefs.

My parents, brother, cousins, aunties and uncles have shaped me today. My family have a strong relationship bond with each other which has helped me develop into a well behave adolescent. They always advise me to listen to others point of view and understand their circumstances. Every Saturday is our family day; this is when all our aunties, uncles and cousins in Brisbane congregating at my grandmother’s house. When everyone in our family takes their weight off their feet, I just watch how the way my family behave and respond to different situations. This is how my family influences and shapes my beliefs, attitudes and values. Having a family is important because they will always be at your side supporting and caring for you. The beliefs, values and attitudes that have been shaped and influenced by my family will always stay with me.

Family are those who matters to me would be able to recognise what I cherish or the things that is most significant to me. This sort of possessions that I cherish and is most significant to me would only exist in the white box as shown on my exhibit. The sort of possessions that the white box contains will not be explained or revealed as for those who know the sorts of possessions in the white box are those who really matter. One who cracks the outer shell of me would find the inner core of the white box is a sealed black box. The sealed black box conveys the character that nobody would be able to see and understand. Also, it exemplifies the innermost thoughts and feeling of...

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