Symposium 2 Feedback for Peers

Steph speech was too fast to follow visually very engaging, with a strong body of research is the large scale print necessary? I feel that the wooden jigsaw piece is stronger as it encourages audience participation- it invites them to explore the landscapes in a similar way to how she has the shapes and manipulation […]

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1-1 Tutorial with Jonathan 20/05/19

Presentation of work- which objects and why? – Alejandro- go speak to him Next Wednesday- description on Wiki Whitten timber yard, behind Peckham Library- buy a door blank, white faced or plain and paint it for table, use trestles in studio, project already made river file onto table, then paint river OR use a table […]

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Feedback for Ziyan 07/03/19

Guy Debord comments on the “society of spectacle” linking French theory from the 20th century to what is currently happening in China- I thought this was very apt and interesting to consider Lin Yilin and Liang Juhui- impromptu performances that interact with public spaces, playing with the idea of the spectacle Caofei.com – I particularly […]

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Tutorial with Jonathan 22/11/18

We spoke about how my river project has taken up most of my time, and that I enjoyed having a structure in place from having deadlines for the metal pour, certain days of the foundry being open, and the deadline for the summer show to work towards- I felt much more stable having a rhythm […]

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22/11/2018 Online Group Tutorial

Not feeling too well today, so I have joined the online tutorial group rather than going to class this morning. Notes: discussing the Yayoi Kusama exhibition and sharing photos the relationship to Kusama’s paintings and Janet’s work- both paint flat, so the works have no “right way” up, but Janet said: “it reveals itself in […]

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