Briefly in Scenery: The Panels
Briefly in Scenery is a visual recollection of my time at university through paintings. Within small square panels, I paint specific moments during my university experience where I wanted to remember the exact way I felt. The squares retell moments of connections, changes, strong emotions, and routines. Each painted panel then becomes a part of the board game.
How it started
" Take a photo everytime you want to remember exactly how you felt at that moment "
In my first year of university, I made that promise to myself. Not wanting to forget the unnecessary and significant details of my time at university, I took a photo whenever I felt like there was a significant connection between me and the moment. Whether that was because of the people there, the prior events, or simply how I felt about the place itself, I took a photo.
During the lockdown, I began to paint these moments to commemorate them.
With every painting I do, I feel as if I'm re-experiencing the moment and wanting to create more memories.