Monthly Archives: October 2015

Tutorial

Yesterday’s tutorial was good. Jonathan asked a couple of questions that made me reflect on both the motivation for, and after effects of, my work on me, and that made me reflect about that, rather than the work. We also … Continue reading

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Project 17: Greater symmetry

So in my last post I used a greater number of images of my feet than here, but this collage applies a greater consistency with the images used. ThoughtsThis image is pleasing aesthetically and works best without borders but doesn’t … Continue reading

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Project 17: Variety

I think that I am getting near the end of being able to find a sensible way of using this typology. As with earlier versions using fewer images the gif does not offer the power and evocation of the grid, … Continue reading

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Symposium – science and art

Jonathan emailed earlier this week indicting that the subject matter for discussion on Thursday will be the relationship of science and art. He suggested we watch two videos: Danielle Bassett: Understanding your brain as a network… and as art Rob … Continue reading

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The art of disorientation, reorientation and new perspectives

I visited the Saatchi gallery yesterday as Karen particularly wanted to see the Mademoiselle Privé, exhibition – see here. It was billed as: “a journey through the origins of CHANEL’s creations capturing the charismatic personality and irreverent spirit of Mademoiselle … Continue reading

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Project 17: more

By themselves these singular images don’t say much, but as I add images to the set the evocation changes and a sort of narrative begins to form. The repetition of broadly similar images changes the narrative into something that shows … Continue reading

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Spectacle and Arte Povera at the Tate

Last week was not great. Two arguments with the bank over dad’s Power of Attorney, a formal complaint on two counts being upheld, then another complaint and compensation, dad’s boiler breaking down, dad breaking down, Karen thinking there is a … Continue reading

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Symposium and a little more on Project 17

There wasn’t a formal symposium yesterday but a few of us got together for a short Skype session and focussed on the Research Proposal and Assessment of Unit 1 that was useful. I then spent a little time on my … Continue reading

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Project 17: typology, gif or both?

I’m just playing with the typology in terms of numbers, order and forms of presentation. There is no conclusion as yet, just experimenting.

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Project 17 Feet

I had real difficulty with the last project because in documenting the body the representation was less about my experienced lived and more about documenting me. It was only as the project progressed that I came to find some approaches … Continue reading

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