Visual images of work to be shared for Assessment

My body of work communicates explorations of gesture and form, and together with the Parallel project, developed as a collaboration with nature and investigating new materialism (Fungal Kingdom) as a subject for and about making. My work is predominantly 2D, clay and other material 3d forms became part of explorations in developing works. I am […]

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PARALLEL PROJECT PART THREE ARTIST RESEARCH

ARTISTS WHOM I CONSIDER AND RESEARCH Artists I researched and were inspired by are Cy Twombly, John Ruskin, William Kentridge, Eva Hesse, Xiaojing Yan, Ian Kiaer, John Cage, Rodney Graham, Lynda Benglis, OCA-EU collaborating student group working as WWW, in particular Annette Holtkamp. This list will grow or change as I work on my project, […]

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PARALLEL PROJECT PART FOUR

PART 4 CONSIDERING NEW MATERIALISM and DEVELOPING the BODY of WORK Exploring Mushroom and Lichen as material It became important to consider mushrooms and lichen as a subject matter, and look at their potential as a medium. From Tsing, I learned that collaboration could be ‘multi-sited‘ and that opportunities to forage opened up in the […]

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PARALLEL PROJECT Part Two

PART TWO MATERIAL THINKING AND MAKING I have a little cabinet, I call my wunder-cabinet, in my studio. I like to fill it with found objects, it changes over time and is always a place of inspiration for my making and ideas, see photographic images below which was taken at different times over this project. […]

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Venice Bienalle 2022

Works I have been looking at that influence my practice Omani Pavillion: Radhika Khimji I was made aware of this work by a fellow student who visited the Bienalle and shared images. T The Omani exhibition, titled ‘Destined Imaginaries’, brings together five Omani artists across three generations: Anwar Sonya, Hassan Meer, Budoor Al Riyami, Radhika […]

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PARALLEL PROJECT: PART ONE

INTRODUCTION This project was done alongside the course material and became a journey into the Fungal Kingdom. From the onset of this project, I was guided by my tutor to consider collaborative agency and read Vibrant Matter by Janet Bennet to assist in my contextual thinking and making process. Making was seen as a reflection […]

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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 […]

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