PARALLEL PROJECT PART 5

11 JANUARY 2020 A local newspaper in South Africa wrote the following of above work in 1990: The artist stands outside society and scrutinises the historical and bourgeois norms, taboos and ideas of what art en-tails and disconcerts with its honesty. (https://repository.up.ac.za/bitstream/handle/2263/15043/Oppermann_Contrasting%282003%29.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y) William Kentridge managed to stay away from politics, capturing a moral message or […]

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PARALLEL PROJECT Part 3

Exercise 3.4: Thinking through the structure for the Parallel Project In Part Two you began to think about the Parallel Project and areas of your practice that you would like to develop further. Take a similar approach to that in Part One: Visual Mapping and spend some time mapping out initial ideas using your experience […]

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practice lead research and my parallel project

I want to use the method to ensure I have a balanced viewpoint of theory and making. I am considering this as part of my Parallel project. This blog will act as my Research workbook. It will become a combination of a sketchbook, notebook, laboratory and repository of all my research findings which will be […]

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Assignment One

DAILY PRACTICE During my reading and research for this first part of UVC 2, I became very aware of ideas around a practice of doing things repetitively, whether it is a deliberate or unintended action that flows from it. I love walking in nature……where I collect ‘physical objects’. Do I do it out of habit, […]

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PART ONE What paint can do

  PROJECT BASIC PAINT APPLICATION I am intrigued by the painting example under the heading, Introduction. This work reminds me of Adrian Ghenie – but it is the colours, not the way the paint is applied – and this part of the course will focus on application of paint. ( I added an extra blog […]

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