Questions in this post are the questions I have asked or have been asking during research in MA Applied Imagination in Creative Industry.
The questions in this post are not necessarily the research question that I purposed on previous presentations, but also the random questions that I have asked, or that I have been asked by someone else to help me generate my ultimate research question.
How can tattooists helping and supporting people to enhance their well-being?
Interview Questions (Audiences):
What’re the influences brought to you by your tattoos?
Do you think reflective practice is necessary before tattooing?
How necessary for the tattoo artist to provide such kind of guidance?
How to systematically modify the decision-making stage of tattooing to achieve sustainable inner peace?
Jasminka Tutorial Group:
What're the different layers of tattooing in terms of art criticism?
Draft WWHI Research Proposal:
How to use tattooing as a tool to enhance psychological well-being for people who intend to have a tattoo but not yet know what they want?
Why people get tattoos? (2020)
What is psychological well-being?
What does a tattoo brings to people?
What's everyone's decision-making process?
WWHI Research Proposal:
How to mentally prepare for the permanent mark on your body?
David Tutorial Group:
What's my definition of the right choice?
How does a tattoo make you a better version of yourself? (A missing step from 1 to 2, where is the testing and analysis)
I believe that people should use tattooing as a tool for reflecting, but how many people want to reflect themselves?
How to make it playful?
Am I a spiritual person?
Am I asking this question because I feel responsible for people might feel regret about their tattoo decisions?
Am I asking myself too much?
Again, who is my audience?
Why do I care about this?
What's the connection between my research and myself?
What do I want from this process?
Interview Question to Maxime Plescia-Buchi:
Do you think tattoo artists have the responsibility to guide their clients about how to mentally prepare for a tattoo decision? (In summary, the tattoo world never bothered to make itself more acceptable or official!!!)
Do you think by introducing the tattoo history and culture background could help mainstream understand tattooing?
Could you give me some advice in terms of tattoo heritage and tradition from your perspective?
What do you think of my works? (I showed him my ink gallery. Lol)
Reflection of the Questionnaire:
People want to learn more about tattoo culture and history, how could I share the information that I learned with them in a playful way?
Introspection, restart the process, random thoughts.
What do I care? (Self-improvement/Tattooing)
What do I want to do? (I want to learn more about tattooing, inside out, and share that knowledge and my understanding of tattooing with my friends/clients and make more interesting works.)
What's the change I want to see???
How to learn faster?
How to avoid procrastinate?
How to make ideas happen? (read Making Ideas Happen)
How to share information effectively with people I care?
How to make the tattoo decision-making process more playful and enlightening?
Try to formulate the question.
How can the occidental mainstreaminization of tattoo industry affect Chinese tattoo market?
Should I separate tattooing as a subcultural pheromone and tattooist?
Except tattooing, what tattooists could do in turns of the changing society?
How can mainstream Chinese tattooists updating tattoo perspectives from traditional to modern and learn from the ‘tattoo renaissances’ of the western?
How can globalisation and culture exchange affect tattooists and tattoo collectors?
How can mainstream Chinese tattooists and collectors update tattoo perspectives by discussing tattoo philosophy and learning from the western tattoo industry?