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Reflection continued- Mikki Gleave March 7th, 2017

And so the reflection of practice continues. During the build up to an exciting exhibition,( to be held in St Georges Hall , 9th March – 10th March), I had a very useful critique. My work , entitled Walk with Me is projected … Continue reading

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Reflection by Mikki Gleave 26th Feb 2017

It is only after you have come to know the surface of things […] that you can venture to seek what is underneath. But the surface of things is inexhaustible. _ Italo Calvino My research is centred on investigating the … Continue reading

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Walk with Me – A journey into the Uncanny. Mikki Gleave ,2017.

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MA Fine Art – Tutorial at the Bluecoat and Presentation to BA Fine Art students.

Another productive tutorial with Imogen. We looked at my blog, (so much easier at times than showing work in a journal), and a useful vehicle for developing ideas, thoughts and practice. The blog is being used as one would use a sketchbook. At … Continue reading

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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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