10/20/2013

10/16/2013

DAY 5: development

It's sure going to be an exciting final presentation on Thursday. (From 12:00 - at PB301, KABK)



Yolanda: 3 different scents in different medium: alcohol, mustard oil, and incense.





John: working on the conditioning of his game.

Thijs: working on composition of perfume for his experiments on space & smell




Maurice: 2 scents in different proportions



Gabi: filtering her "gebakken uitjes (fried onion)" extract



...and we distilled "gebakken uitjes (fried onion)" smell.  First we fried onions in the flask and...



...then distilled it.



Here comes the essence.





Tatiana: olfactory "Bookmarks" on smell and poem.


Giselle: olfactory jigsaw puzzle

Yaprak: olfactory Russian Roulet











10/15/2013

[announcement] final presentation of "olfactory games"



Final presentation, ArtSceince / Smell and Art + Sketching Methods

THU 17.10.2013.
(co-presentation with the class Sketching Methods)

Smell and Art, presenting "olfactory games": 12:00-14:00 at PB 301, KABK
Sketching Methods: At the other location of KABK.  Probably we start at a bit after 13:30 and finish at 16:00.

ArtScience (www.interfaculty.nl) is the interfaculty of Royal Academy of Arts (www.kabk.nl) and Royal Conservatory (www.koncon.nl), The Hague.


10/11/2013

DAY 4: development of olfactory games

First we smelled the extracts from DAY 3.




  • autumn leaves (hot tincture) : Gisella
  • mushrooms from Haagse Bos (hot tincture): Yolanda
  • dream herb calea zatacechichi (hot tincture): Maurice
  • damiana (hot tincture): Maurice
  • pencil shave (hot tincture)s: Gaby
  • banana (hot tincture): Maurice
  • soil (hot tincture): tatiana
  • passion flower (cold tincture): Maurice
  • cat hair (hot tincture): John
  • body odour (cold tincture) : Yaprak
  • flower (enfleurage): Tatiana


Development of the works:

John:

extraction of cat-related odours

cat food


cat hygiene (with or without pee)


needles to say...





Gabi:

extracting the scent of "gebakken uitjes" (fried onion) for crossword puzzle.




laurier leaves (cold tincture)


juniper berries (cold tincture)


Gisella:

working on making the stronger extract of autumn leaves for "jigsaw puzzle".




Yolanda:

working on experiments on odour subtraction / addition quiz.




Tatiana:

working on poem + odour + imagination.



Maurice:

working on "pokemon cards" type of game with a gradation of strength.



Final presentation:

17.10.2013., from 13:00.
at the room of Art Science (PB 301), KABK
(co-presentation with the other class from Art Science)



10/09/2013

DAY 3: practice

Checking the results of incence we made.



Extraction workshop:


Cat hair: hot tincture
Body odour: hot tincture
Pencil carves: hot tincture
Flower (that smells very fruity like grapes): enfleurage

Mushroom from the forest: hot tincture


Autumn leaves: hot tincture



Passion flowers: cold tincture





Hearbal leaves: hot tincture






Temperature: +-70 degrees

Filtering.

10/04/2013

Extraction Examples (ver.1)

Dear students,

If you wonder what to bring on next Tue. for extraction, here are some examples from my past projects.

Greetings
Maki

10/03/2013

DAY 2: practice

I showed them an example of olfactory game.

Kodo: a Japanese traditional smelling game.







The test round.

Smell No. 1: Sumotara
Smell No. 2: Sasora
Smell No. 3: Manaka

Then the guessing game. I diffused them in the following order.

1. Smell No. 2
2. Smell No. 1
3. Smell No. 4 ----> new! Kyara
4. Smell No. 3




Then smelling incenses form the world.



Making incense.

Stick type with ginger oil.


  • 6ml ginger oil
  • 2tp makko
  • 12ml water










...and made cone incense with powdered coffee.


  • 1 1/2 tsp ground coffee
  • 2 tsp makko
  • 14ml water


For the recipe: http://smellart.blogspot.nl/2010/02/day-6-some-more-incense-recipes.html



Then we made non-conbustible incense with garam masala.


  • garam masala 1 1/4 tsp
  • honey 1/2 tsp




For the recipe: http://smellart.blogspot.nl/2010/02/day-6-how-to-make-non-combustible.html

Then we made a small play with some fragrant tools: fans and scarves.