Monthly Archives: June 2015

Thoughts on Decollage

I just wanted to add in some brief notes relating to the de-collage works I have made earlier and a post by fellow OCA student, Andrew Howe, who has cited my work in his contextualization, and has made some experiments … Continue reading

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Looking at Andrea Zittel

M. suggested looking at the work of Andrea Zittel in relation to the notion of art meets life. The Tate article from her site suggests that ‘her art making activities embody and ultimately extend the well known philosophy of Robert … Continue reading

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Reflections on report for Major Project assignment 4

Assignment 3 left me with uncertainties, but this report has left me feeling me more confident about the direction I am going in- ‘your work is really coming together and it was engaging to read and view your blogsite’. I … Continue reading

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Reflections on tutor report for Conceptual Studies assignment 4.

Relieved to find that O. thinks the concept behind it works and I have plenty of material. She talks about cutting out bits, but I was fully aware when I submitted it that it was at this stage well over … Continue reading

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Being in Madrid.

I have just spent 5 days in Madrid. It was the first time I have visited and was an opportunity to visit some of the big galleries and see some very famous works in the flesh. We visited the Museum … Continue reading

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