Monthly Archives: April 2015

Lost, destroyed, stolen, discarded, rejected, erased, ephemeral

As I have been thinking about the idea of impermanence, absence and loss for my critical review and my major project I came across the site for The Gallery of Lost Art, a project at the Tate Modern 2013. It … Continue reading

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Trying out film.

Due to the direction my work has taken and the nature of some of it I have been considering other options of showing/sharing my work and forms of documentation. I have made 2 short videos that I hope convey the … Continue reading

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Bringing the process back to the work?

In my report M. spoke about ‘bringing the process back to the work’- this is one of those things where I’m thinking I know what she means, but then the doubts creep in. The work we were talking about was … Continue reading

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Looking at artists who have considered absence/prescence.

Quote from MacDonald, Helen (2014). H is for Hawk- ‘There is a time in life when you expect the world to be always full of new things. And then comes a day when you realise that is not how it will … Continue reading

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Looking at Michelle Brody

Michele Brodys work includes installation, sculpture/mixed media, works on paper, photography and public art. The reason for looking at her work is for her use of living plants within her work, which relates very strongly to what I have been … Continue reading

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Reflections on report for assignment 3.

3 weeks have passed since my report; it has taken me this long to formulate a response. Initial comments seemed generally positive, but then the phrase- ‘although there was not a clear resolution in terms of specific projects’ did start … Continue reading

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The Bride and the Bachelor

I have just watched this video, ‘The Bride and The Bachelor- delighting in Duchamp‘, on The Guardian site- Michele recently suggested taking a look back a bit towards the time between Modernism and Conceptual art. What struck me most was … Continue reading

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