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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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Project 10: Symbols and scale

Right, so in this experiment I have taken the first image below and then adjusted it for scale through firstly increasing the viewers’ sight of to the whole image and then duplicating it and reducing the size. In this first … Continue reading

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Project 10 More symbols and repetition

This post is just a simple continuation of my previous exploration into injecting the disability symbol with personality. Here below I have continued to explore that through greater repetition than previously applied, and some colour. ThoughtsThis set of repetitions seems … Continue reading

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Project 10: symbols and visibility

Really this is just a continuance of my playing and experimenting with symbols and their evocation. Today it’s been more about colour, repetition, levels of visibility and format. The aim is really to try and get the viewer to look … Continue reading

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Project 10: Moving symbols moving

The work on symbols and evolution has given me an idea about showing the symbol as a moving image and so here are some I created using gifs. The first gif was just playing with the international standard symbol. I … Continue reading

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Post Project 10: Symbols, repetition, emergence and transformation

In this next set of images I have just played with repetition. I began with a simple image and then played with size numbers and textures and then, just through playing, began to process a set to speak of emergence … Continue reading

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Project 10: The Paradox

There is a paradox in the symbol I mentioned in the last post (shown above): it both confers my second class “special” status while simultaneously offering me concessions, and so can also offer some disabled people a conundrum: should they … Continue reading

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