IMAGE REVIEW

  ZOONGIDE'EWIN   Organic materials to create the letters on rock is intended to show a deep connection between the land and the Ojibwe culture.  Element: Water   CONSIDERATIONS:  The water has been retouched in - I think we need to consider reshooting this to include WATER as it's the element we wanted to incorporate. Possibly a different angle? The letters may need to be more vertical / or camera angle more from above for the word to be more legible.

ZOONGIDE'EWIN

Organic materials to create the letters on rock is intended to show a deep connection between the land and the Ojibwe culture.

Element: Water

CONSIDERATIONS:
The water has been retouched in - I think we need to consider reshooting this to include WATER as it's the element we wanted to incorporate.
Possibly a different angle?
The letters may need to be more vertical / or camera angle more from above for the word to be more legible.

  ZOONGIDE'EWIN - cursive   Cursive writing of the word Zoongide'ewin burned on canvas to depict learning English with cursive writing. The beginning of losing the language.   Element: Fire   CONSIDERATIONS:  Brainstorm different execution for the burning or simply dedicate more time to executing this WELL. I've added a line to the letters to show where they are.

ZOONGIDE'EWIN - cursive

Cursive writing of the word Zoongide'ewin burned on canvas to depict learning English with cursive writing. The beginning of losing the language. 

Element: Fire

CONSIDERATIONS:
Brainstorm different execution for the burning or simply dedicate more time to executing this WELL.
I've added a line to the letters to show where they are.

  SCATTERED LANGUAGE -     "The scrambled ballad, about my word."    Organic and non-organic materials used to display both Ojibwe and English language scattered in the natural landscape.   Element: Wind   CONSIDERATIONS:  Is the Bear print visible enough? Are some letters too "flat" and illegible? Personally, I think this is a great first image!

SCATTERED LANGUAGE -  "The scrambled ballad, about my word."

Organic and non-organic materials used to display both Ojibwe and English language scattered in the natural landscape. 

Element: Wind

CONSIDERATIONS:
Is the Bear print visible enough?
Are some letters too "flat" and illegible?
Personally, I think this is a great first image!

  COURAGE   "Non-organic" material creating the English word equivalent to Zoongide'ewin.  Element: Earth   CONSIDERATIONS:  Are the letters big enough? Are they bright enough? Should we darken the land to have the letters stand out more? Personally, I think this is a great first image!

COURAGE

"Non-organic" material creating the English word equivalent to Zoongide'ewin.

Element: Earth

CONSIDERATIONS:
Are the letters big enough? Are they bright enough?
Should we darken the land to have the letters stand out more?
Personally, I think this is a great first image!