What's it like being an Art, Design and Architecture student at RMIT? Follow the journey of Vivian, Isaac and Justine, as they prepare for their final end-of-year exhibitions.
0:00 it's the end of the expedition coming up
0:04 i think it's a bit nerve-racking
0:05 I've never been confident enough to like
0:07 you give myself more like Shamu work to
0:10 people saying really big thing was not a
0:15 chance i could have done this for years
0:17 ago even three years ago I don't think
0:19 there's a chance that it got to this
0:20 point I had no idea how to do anything
0:23 that I've done trouble we stand to be a
0:26 presentation I'm hoping we can get looks
0:29 like that income and I heard see people
0:31 having fun playing it
0:34 it's a little bit nerve-racking showing
0:36 this worked with so many people of I'm
0:38 sure that the maybe under 10 beagles
0:41 before this court by making smaller
0:44 flashing very simple i never thought i'd
0:47 be able to produce the physics game and
0:50 I can do that now
0:52 initially I was just doing playing
0:54 around with life in college that I was
0:56 being in the patterns and be able to
0:58 represent the culture that I wanted was
1:01 more like the pretty colors so I mental
1:03 helps out by pointing us in the right
1:06 direction and for games like people were
1:09 when we started here that we would keep
1:11 coming with new ideas and new pathways
1:13 and pushing it back into kind of more
1:15 unknown territory collaboration really
1:18 important because you can bounce ideas
1:20 off each other rather than working yarns
1:23 talk to me a year ago because not what
1:25 what I would have done to this year
1:27 everything that has just brought some
1:29 really bomb Direction change
1:32 I've never exhibited in outlook before
1:36 getting more things like more people and
1:38 having the feedback that people would
1:40 give me whether it's good or bad
1:42 criticism just development work has
1:44 really helped me in that confident
1:54 I remember I don't get you here when I
1:57 found the cost
1:58 yeah I didn't think we'd be this
2:00 ambitious straight anything things i've
2:04 done that are making more certain of the
2:05 university's supportive enough really
2:09 exploring what interests of if there's a
2:11 particular material or a particular type
2:14 of object of we're kind of curious about
2:16 they've been really supportive and kind
2:18 of pushing us and whatever possibly want
2:20 to go that's why you see so many
2:22 different projects in this room right
2:24 now you're able to do anything here able
2:27 to make and design anything you want
2:29 so use that freedom
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