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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Feedback for My Midpoint Review Video

My Feedback The part of playing with light and how it changes your objects looks interesting, you could try to experiment combining the art of light with your current idea. Unfortunately, I can’t recommend anything (at the moment tho) for reading or researching, but Tate Modern is displaying now some exhibitions about women if art […]

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