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Project 16: Ending: a triptych and a single image

I’ve been finalising my experimentation with this project over the past couple of days. Of course the images I eventually use will probably differ from these shown here. However I think these offer the viewer a sense of what I … Continue reading

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Eclectic collection of thoughts

Project 16: colour v monochromeI wanted to confirm my original thought that colour is key to this project and so needed to test this. Here are two versions of the same image. The first one seems much more imaginative and … Continue reading

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MA Pop up show – production values

Production The criteria I used to guide my production values for my contribution to the pop up show are as follows: Use the opportunity to do something I wouldn’t be able to do easily on my own Experiment in terms … Continue reading

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Project 16: which way to face?

I’ve been experimenting with different images appropriated from Coming Home and these two below offer a good representation of what I have been considering. Firstly, and forgetting the subject matter and concentrating for a moment on the aesthetic style, I … Continue reading

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Project 16: Movement by appropriation.

I re-watched Coming Home – a film I have mentioned before – last weekend, and instead of using it to inspire my approach I began experimenting on using as my approach. That is after watching it and set up my … Continue reading

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Project 16: Movement – narrative or evocation?

So, I’ve been trying to decide on how to express a sense of movement for this project. Of course a natural approach would be to explore and use film. However this would step outside one of the boundaries I have … Continue reading

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Projects 13 and 14: Review and next steps

Review of projects 13 and 14Projects 13 and 14 have been as much about curation than creation in that it triggered me into looking at many photographs of myself and also adapting lots to new ends. So I would categorise … Continue reading

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Project 14: The body and another approach – collage

In some of my earlier posts on this project I noted how some images would only work in conjunction with others and so have tried to explore that here. I have chosen to create both a faux documentary collage in … Continue reading

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Project 14: a narrower focus – reductionism

Rather than attempt to include my body in the body of work I am creating I could focus down onto aspects of it that relate to my experience as a disabled person. Such an approach would amplify the sense of … Continue reading

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Project 14: a different direction: impairment and reductionism

Wounded: The Legacy of War (Adams, 2013) is a 300 page book that offers portraits British soldiers who have been injured that I wanted to explore because I think it’s pertinent to my work. Adams takes the viewer through the … Continue reading

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