Tag Archives: engagement

Supporting materials for the exhibition

I have always known that I would want to try and engage visitors with my work. The blog is a great way to do that in terms of on-going practice but what about the final exhibition? Accordingly I have spent … Continue reading

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Symposium 1: term 6

So yesterday the final term was signalled by it’s first symposium. I didn’t get to participate in the Jake Biernat talk last Tuesday, but managed to catch up with the video of it, prior to today’s presentation by Chris Wainwright. … Continue reading

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Digital footprints and literacy

I read a great article yesterday – see here – about a daughter who found a new perspective on her late mum when she began using her computer. “Her computer activity was like a breadcrumb trail through her inner life: … Continue reading

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Camberwell workshop

I visited Camberwell college for a workshop yesterday. It was nice to see some old and new faces in the flesh as most of the time we only engage virtually.

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Frustration at Leaves Sweaty Dance

I really wanted to comment on this post Leaves Sweaty Dance. The difference in viewing experience between the video and still image was profound. But could  comment? No. I can’t understand the rationale for blogging without offering viewers the facility to … Continue reading

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Information is good – but engagement is better

One of the benefits of the web is access to so much information. But this is also a drawback: selection and tools for selecting information have become critical and one of the big benefits of working within a wider organisational … Continue reading

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After Effects

Originally posted on don-Tak-Guy:
I’ve spent the last few week experimenting with Adobe After Effects. It’s so easy to make abstract films now compared with the early 20th century when film makers had to paint shapes and patterns on individual film…

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