JACINDA KUNG JIEXIN
Bukit Panjang Government High School
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2020
My Spirit Animal
Sculpture (Polymer clay with aluminium and wire, acrylic paint and varnish)

These imaginary creatures were designed by each student to be their very own spirit animal – a manifestation of themselves in non-human form inspired by their personality traits, likes and characteristics. This project takes them through the artistic design process; having to observe and analyse themselves and animals, ideation and conceptualisation, and problem-solving in relation to anatomical mechanics and sculpting techniques. The term-long project culminated in entirely original creatures with their own personalities and backstories linked to each individual student. 

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2020
My Spirit Animal
Sculpture (Polymer clay with aluminium and wire, acrylic paint and varnish)

These imaginary creatures were designed by each student to be their very own spirit animal – a manifestation of themselves in non-human form inspired by their personality traits, likes and characteristics. This project takes them through the artistic design process; having to observe and analyse themselves and animals, ideation and conceptualisation, and problem-solving in relation to anatomical mechanics and sculpting techniques. The term-long project culminated in entirely original creatures with their own personalities and backstories linked to each individual student. 

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2020
Visual Journal
Mixed Media
29.7 x 21 cm

As the first task that students take on in Secondary 2, this term-long journal challenged them to break out of their preconceived notions of a formal art approach. Students were encouraged to uncover ephemera and old photos, experiment with live sketching through daily observations, and pen down art history inspirations – all in an intuitive collage form.

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2020
Visual Journal
Mixed Media
29.7 x 21 cm

As the first task that students take on in Secondary 2, this term-long journal challenged them to break out of their preconceived notions of a formal art approach. Students were encouraged to uncover ephemera and old photos, experiment with live sketching through daily observations, and pen down art history inspirations – all in an intuitive collage form.

Secondary 2
My Spirit Animal 2020 Sculpture (Polymer clay with aluminium and wire, acrylic paint and varnish)

These imaginary creatures were designed by each student to be their very own spirit animal – a manifestation of themselves in non-human form inspired by their personality traits, likes and characteristics. This project takes them through the artistic design process; having to observe and analyse themselves and animals, ideation and conceptualisation, and problem-solving in relation to anatomical mechanics and sculpting techniques. The term-long project culminated in entirely original creatures with their own personalities and backstories linked to each individual student.