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Jacquetta Clark

A photographer Facebook friend of mine sent me this link to an artist’s work because she thought it might interest me. She wasn’t wrong. This still image is taken from an article written here and positions the art in relation … Continue reading

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A minute. A lifetime.

Context I have always promised dad that if at all possible he would end his days at home surrounded by the things he knows and with this in mind had gotten the PEACE protocol  in place so that dad would … Continue reading

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Symposium – video presentations

Yesterday morning’s email in tray began filling up with my fellow students’ video presentations, and so I spent the first part of it viewing them and jotting down  impressions, thoughts and questions. But then Calamity! I clicked on Skype just … Continue reading

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Symposium video presentation

So it’s a bit of a big day today where students are obliged to present a five minute video to their peers and tutors and receive feedback. What The Symposium guidance states: “This involves giving a formal 5 minute video … Continue reading

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Thinking about the symposium presentation on June 2nd

Symposium One of the things I am required to do as part of this MA is create and give a formal 5 minute video presentation on my work that will then be followed by group discussion. I have only ever … Continue reading

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Movement and the impaired body

I found a really interesting video here that  shows and explores  impaired bodies as they move. The video was created using motion capture and 3D animation and really allows the viewer to see the essence of the movements and the … Continue reading

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Transitioning

So I am now near the point where I need to consider how to present my work and then select and refine the imagery in regard of the specific production values to exploit each context’s strengths and weaknesses. For example, … Continue reading

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Looking toward Unit Two: thinking about curation, thinking about outputs

I feel I am now at a key moment in my work. Unit 1 is pretty well complete, my research proposal sharp, my research paper written and submitted, a body of draft experimental work produced and three exhibitions completed, or … Continue reading

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ecce signum salutis

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Six minutes 23 seconds well spent

I viewed a couple of videos in response to this week’s symposium and wanted to share them as they seems to me to be good examples of why both digital and the moving image offer so much. In the first … Continue reading

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