Thanks once again to Donald for offering us the opportunity to put up our work. The whole organisation of it was largely led by the first years as well as Vic, Andrew and others. I at first was going to make new work for the gallery but as my personal stress ensued I decided to… Read More 2 Girls Gallery
My feedback from this tutorial with Jonathan was invaluable. I was essentially first asked about my feelings towards my grades as they were all quite mixed. I was very pleased with my research paper as it reflected the amount of work I put in and of all the things I wanted to do well in… Read More Unit 1 Tutorial
I spent the 7 days invigilating at for the Lumen Prize in Walthamstow. It was a very intense and illuminating experience for a number of reasons. As it was a small exhibition and 2 invigilators in a small space, I had to take the responsibility of switching on and off all exhibits as well as… Read More Lumen Prize Invigilation
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Really this was me having a muck about with my new camera, playing with light and movement I wanted to see if I could add a further unsettling quality to the image.
Always a valuable experience as you never know what suggestions will come your way from the rest of the group. Andrew suggested the idea of body casting, something that I had never thought about nor done before – and is relatively easy to do. A great idea and something I will pursue. It works as… Read More Group Crit
This paper was the first where I worked right up to the deadline. I was so glad to get it in. In the final week or so of writing, I really started to feel like my voice was coming out a bit more in the paper, as I had been really struggling for the whole… Read More Research Paper reflection
I recently displayed my work in a staff art exhibition at the Science Museum. We have a number of temporary gallery spaces so when they’re not in use we’re able to use them to display all the work of people who work in the museum. It’s my second time being a part of it and… Read More Science Museum Staff Exhibition
Looks fantastically odd. Keep having to put it back in its box as it creeps me out! I’m thinking of, similar to Juno Calypso, staging photographs with the head – perhaps in public spaces? Somewhere that gives it almost a sense of life but is out of place.