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I don’t know what I am doing…

So I placed my books on Amazon.com today, but its clear that I don’t know what I am doing as the last draft of the small book was already on it! (I have asked how I remove it). The books … Continue reading

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Killing Fields: Conflict and The Photobook (I disagree)

The conflict photobook offers the viewer evidence and can hint at both causes and effects. It can document the rise and fall of powers such as capitalism and communism (both forms of imperialism who waged war by proxy countries). But … Continue reading

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Draft Research paper – feedback and reflection.

Rather than submit an outline of my research paper I had sent Gareth Polmeer a completed first draft of it so when we came to speak I was prepared for the feedback to mean I might have a lot of … Continue reading

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Research Paper

I sent my research paper to Gareth today. However I didn’t send the title, abstract and outline of around 1000 words. Rather I sent him this (draft MA Research Paper). As you can see it’s a completed first draft of … Continue reading

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Research paper symposium number 2: Art is all mental

GeneralWe enjoyed our second research paper symposium yesterday. This time is was led by Gareth Polmeer. I didn’t know him before the session but found his work here but to summarise he is a Visiting Lecturer in Critical and Historical … Continue reading

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Research paper symposium

It’s taken me the weekend to process and respond to last Tuesday’s research paper symposium. The symposium was preceded by a paper Jonathan sent outlining the paper’s specification – see research paper briefing 2014-15_MAVA all_May2015 and then following it up with … Continue reading

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Understanding hegemony (and the people have spoken)

I found a great, really thought provoking article, today – see here – that not only strongly resonated with me but extended my understanding regarding how one could characterise disability arts in the UK. The paper was published in 2003 … Continue reading

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Project 10: Review and conclusions

ThoughtsI thought I had come to the end of the road with these symbols but I wanted to try one or two more things and so placed my personal symbol taken and adapted from a photographic index of me into … Continue reading

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Project 10: Symbols, as statements

I was going to move my work on symbolism into signs this week by placing symbols in context but I got side tracked by colour and shape again and wanted to generate a very pure simple statement about symbolism and … Continue reading

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Project 10 Symbols, scale and context

I am just picking up from my last post where I decided to explore scale and symbolism but placing them in a context and this was my first attempt. At first glance this looks like a building wall with a … Continue reading

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