Tag Archives: exclusion

Online: second best?

I read this article with interest today: A new teaching model for art schools? Distance learning master’s courses announced by Falmouth pose the question of whether creative skills can be taught online [See it here] The article raises a series … Continue reading

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Invisibility and blindness

I was reading a discussion on Flickr and someone mentioned the work of Nigel Shafran. I’d not heard of him before but much of immediately resonated with my work on Project 2. For example his Washing Up series examined the … Continue reading

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A photo a day – distortion and politics

  I’m equivocal about mornings: I face some laborious chores required in my process of getting up. The dislike is compounded by my need to concentrate on what I am doing – so I can’t just do them through habit … Continue reading

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