Category Archives: Painting 3- Contextual Studies

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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Reflections on reflections on reflections.

Continuing to think about my work and re-writing my artist statement there are many things going around in my mind. So in some respects I want to unload them here. I have gone backwards and forwards through my log, re-reading … Continue reading

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Pitch Black- Phonesis.

‘ I hope the experience of playing in the dark will create a closer communication between the audience and the band and that it will be meaningful to anyone who is used to relying on their sight in everyday life. I’m … Continue reading

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Film –Le Quattro Volte.

This review from the old bfi site describes well the nature of this film- Le Quattro Volte. A musing on goats, charcoal and life. I wanted to log it here because of the wonderful scenes of traditional charcoal making- I … Continue reading

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Exhibition- Soil Culture.

My visit to this exhibition – Soil Culture at the Peninsula Art Gallery on the Plymouth University Campus, was an opportunist visit when I took my son back to University after the Easter break. Earth – mud – dirt – … Continue reading

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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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