Monthly Archives: January 2017

MA Fine Art – 31st January 2017 Walk with me ..

  Beginning to look at structures that are marked in some way from the passage of time. How can these supports be utilised within a space? How effective will weathered boards and fences be? Revealing distorted images, peering from the … Continue reading

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MA Fine Art Exhibition Part II process and reflection- 23rd January, 2017

  Very helpful talk and advice from tutor Chris Evans . He felt the work was strong but the polaroid’s needed to be in a separate space and the work on the floor also needed to be separate. He suggested I take the Polaroid’s … Continue reading

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MA Fine Art Exhibition preparation . January 17th 2017.

All works were removed from the board. I had an interesting discussion with MA tutor, Imogen who reminded me about the images being traces and that it is important not to lose that reason through presentation . We talked about memory and … Continue reading

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MA Fine Art 16th January 2017 Group Critique.

Group critique today. very useful feedback- although I must say it gets confusing when your own work is thoroughly critiqued and other works are simply left to think about whether its art or not. Perhaps its all part of the … Continue reading

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MA Fine Art Exhibition Part I January 2017

At present I am continuing to work onto the surface of materials thus creating distorted images, symbolic of memories that often resurface as the uncanny. Recent research highlighted that the uncanny doesn’t have to be presented as a frightening image as it can manifest … Continue reading

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