Peep Show as part of Keeping the Momentum

This is a tutored workshop over two sessions that started on Saturday 27th November 2021, the next session will be on Saturday 11th December 2021. It is initiated by a photography student, Helen Rosemier and tutor-led by OCA tutor, Hayley Lock. After introductions, Hayley Lock shares a visual presentation around the idea of using a […]

Read More

Tutorial notes after Part 3

THURSDAY 25 OCTOBER: Google meet session Parallel Project I need more work on ideas and consider the questions that come to the front, acknowledging the making that needs to happen. It is clear that I am at a point somewhere between painting and drawing. I want to consider taking my work into that space. I […]

Read More

Conversations around Enactment

Introduction During part three of this course, I engaged with the work of Philip Guston and became very interested in his work and art practice, as well as the enactment piece done by artist Rachel Russel in 2012. The questions that arose from this research developed over time and I will attempt to discuss them […]

Read More

PART FOUR RESEARCH POINTS

RESEARCH POINT 1 Angela de la Curz ( b 1965) On the Lisson Gallery, I read that this artist’s practice is situated between painting and sculpture and she engages in the discourse of painting by targeting the stretcher, which is often twisted, slashed, or bent out of shape. I watched a video of her working […]

Read More

PART 4. PROJECT ONE

REIMAGINING THE CANVAS De la Cruz refers to the grandiosity of painting. On the Lisson Gallery website I read: “The moment I cut through the canvas I get rid of the grandiosity of painting”, she says. ( https://www.lissongallery.com/artists/angela-de-la-cruz) On the Tate website, I found the following description for plane/picture plane: A picture plane refers to the […]

Read More

PARALLEL PROJECT for STUDIO PRACTICE

PART ONE THE INTRODUCTION to my FUNGI PROJECT The main focus of my project is to use practice-led research. I will look at this parallel project as a research project, and continue to link the making to my current Studio Practice studies. I will respond to work done during my course and link it to […]

Read More

CHAIN REACTION WORKSHOP- Intersemiotic translations

PART OF KEEPING UP MOMENTUM SESSIONS ORGANISED BY PHOTOGRAPHY STUDENT HELEN ROSEMIER Tutor-led facilitation: Dr. Bryan Eccleshall Date/time Two 2.5 hour sessions on 9 and 30 October 2021 9 October session I could not attend. Bryan shared a document around a ‘translation game’ of which he was part and that gave me a clearer understanding […]

Read More