Monday, April 12, 2010

Process Book: Bio Questionnaire

Hey everyone- will you PLEASE fill this out and email me your answers by next Monday (4-19)? If you don't get it in by Monday we won't be able to fill out a bio page on you. Thanks. My email address is . You can copy and paste everything in this post if you want and just type it out. Thanks everyone.



Full Name: 
Future Goals:
Favorite Color:
What got you into art in the first place: 
Favorite Animal:
Favorite Super Hero:
Pirates or Ninjas: 
Favorite kind of shoes to wear:
Color pallet that describes you (era and colors): 
Favorite Movie:
Favorite Music:
Biggest inspiration while working: 
Biggest Pet Peeve: 
Where were you born/Where are you from:
Favorite artistic movement: 
Song that sums up your life:
most commonly used phrase you use on a day-to-day basis:
if you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
favorite quote:
sand and sun or mountains and snow?
favorite memory from childhood: 
Have you ever been outside the country? If so, when and where?
Do you believe in the term "art for art's sake" or does everything need a concept? 
Describe yourself in 4 words: 
what song gets stuck in your head the most often:
Tell me about the weirdest dream you've ever had: 
Do you have a collection of anything? If so, what?
Did you know who the head architect was before we started the project?
What was the biggest challenge for you through this process so far?
How have you liked working in a collaboration?

any other random things you want to throw out there: 


  1. I like the humor but should they be less random? At least have a good chunk that pertains to the project and the school and why we are here. Maybe...yeah?

  2. I do agree with Luke slightly, although its good to let loose and you really get to know someone once the "serious" wall is down. However, I don't know the appropriateness of some of these in context with our project. Maybe we should ask each other if we even knew who the head architect was before we got started? or what we got out of the collaborative aspect of the project? maybe, I'm just rambling.