Preparing the props in the drawing studio was crucial because Mr Ernesto would randomly appear at any ungodly minute. So we had Felicia and Wenny to spy on him in his office while we hang our flower masks everywhere, and I mean everywhere. We also set our cameras at blind spots.

Dude, Chloe. Don’t. Guys, just wait for the video.

Okay, sorry. I am not supposed to tell you even 20% of it but I can tell you that his reaction was priceless. However, I have to give it to Felicia and Wenny for stalling him outside the studio.

“Sir, sir, sir. Are you hungry?”

“Sir, sir,sir. Stomach pain.”

Goodness, Wenny. As if it’s not obvious. Also, big thanks to the juniors’ endless tolerance of us barging into their class everyday.


These are questions for our lecturers regarding our final project:

  1. What do you understand by the term “unexpected”?
  2. Why is being unexpected so important (artistically/generally)?
  3. Have you ever experienced a student actually doing something unexpected?
  4. Would you be willing to do the unexpected?

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