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Duchamp revisited

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Words as statements – one slightly different approach

Lev Manovich made the point in The Language of New Media about how digital compositing is often seamless and based on an aesthetic of continuity while historically montage was based on the opposite – ie visual, stylistic, semantic, and emotional … Continue reading

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Symposium review: Yvonne’s presentation

We had a great 2 hour symposium yesterday. I won’t repeat everything discussed here but will note three issues that came up that I had not thought about too much before surface plasticity in art can science explain art? similarities … Continue reading

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Dad

Dad 27th January 2016

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Symposium review and related matters: My presentation

Jonathan emailed earlier in the week to outline plans for the next few symposiums. We have all been asked to make short presentations showing how our research has impacted on our work. I was first to go and created this … Continue reading

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Removing, replacing without recognising and explaining

When I first read Why the Rijksmuseum Is Removing Bigoted Terms from Its Artworks’ Titles by Carey Dunne here I thought the act outrageous. I felt that such acts would damage the art by removing the cultural contexts they were … Continue reading

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Project on Words – Review and closure

I have posted a couple more of the images showing words and statements here, but I think I have come to the end of the line experimenting with different backgrounds. I should have by enough variety to work with and … Continue reading

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Words and photos in a medical context

I’m still experimenting with words/statements in different photographic contexts but am not sure any of these changes make substantial differences to evocation. This next image shows how I organised and works with so many layers – by establishing small groups … Continue reading

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Words and backgrounds

Just a little more experimentation with backgrounds and aspect ratios for words… Thoughts The bricks obscure rather than illuminate, the plan wall looks okay. I am content with the words and this exercise seems to be all about form.

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Hello?

Phone: Hello, is that Mr Mansell? Me: speaking Phone: It’s Sister xxxx here for Kings. I’m afraid I have some bad news. Me: What’s the problem? Phone: The consultant anaesthetist has looked at your pre-admission data and wants some further … Continue reading

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