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Project 8: another review, another adjustment and a new conclusion

Looking afresh at the final image I created for project 6 the other day was valuable. Putting that little bit of distance of a couple of night’s sleep between me and the work suggests it’s not quite right yet. For … Continue reading

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Project 8: A review

On reviewing my work I can see that as I have progressed through this project I have become less sure that the red and black colour values are what I want to use. These are angry colours and I am … Continue reading

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Project 8: automation v manual

One of the things I have found in this project is that the outcome between a heavily automated v manual creation of imagery is undetectable and this has left me with two options: the first is producing a set of … Continue reading

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Project 8: A different abstraction: I am code (and buy me)

Yesterday’s visit to the hospital reminded me that I am referred to and defined in many diverse ways. By family roles and name, by phone numbers or tax reference numbers, usernames and avatar to name a few. The hospital’s preferred … Continue reading

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Project 8 losing myself in abstractions

Well while we have a little heat and hot water I am trying to lose myself into an imagined world and ignore the realities and vicissitudes of my lived life just now. Dad is still in hospital – he has … Continue reading

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Project 8: Does automation make a difference?

The problem with the set I posted yesterday – here – is that they don’t impart any of the anger and anomie I feel. In fact I am not sure what they say because they are not detailed enough to … Continue reading

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Project 8: Reality, automation and abstraction

Here is a set of redacted images created by me manually. Note that I have shown them in portrait style as that presents the imagery better online but would probably aim to present the set differently if presented in physical … Continue reading

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Project 8: Colour connotations and evocations

The first set for Project 5 (Evidence) recognises that many choices were made. Not only choices about the subject matter and framing but also about the colours used.  In my first examination of work here I used red and back. … Continue reading

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Project 8: Clarity

One of the things that seems to always draw my attention to an image is strong gestalt and this is what I liked about the last set of images (Project 6 Urine). Simple images with strong graphics have an appeal … Continue reading

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