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.
‘Wearing operates in the space between the parameters that define our social normality and the notional point of unmediated expression. Into that space she inserts disjunctive elements that both separate and unify’ (Ferguson, 36) I like the idea of having a ‘disjunctive element’ in my work – that can act as a subversive tool. I… Read More Progress??
Research Paper Final2
I was disheartened at first when coming into the tutorial as I knew I wasn’t as prepared as I would have liked at this stage in the writing process. I was aware we had had all summer to get stuff done and I felt that what I brought to Gareth was lacking basically. I had… Read More 2nd Research Paper Tutorial
Cyberspace and Identity. Sherry Turtle. Contemporary Sociology. Vol. 28, No.6 (Nov.,1999), pp. 543 – 648 Published by American Sociological Association Looking Toward Cyberspace: Beyond Grounded Sociology A rapidly expanding system of networks, collectively known as the Internet, links millions of people together in new spaces that are changing the way we think, the nature… Read More Sherry Turkle + Erik Erikson Moratorium
The exhibition itself was a wonderful experience. It’s interesting to see how long people look at the work or even stay in the room, which for most isn’t very long. I’d attribute that potentially in part to the fact that the whole building is full of work and there’s just too much to see –… Read More Interim Show
Our exhibition setup for our interim show was very much a collaborative process. This is partly due to the fact that part of the course is based online so we needed to work together to insure that everybody’s work was setup and fairly represented as not everyone could be there for this part. This meant… Read More Exhibition Setup
During my first walk around Camberwell and meeting a lot of lovely/helpful people, I have to say it was such a genuine pleasure meeting these 3 guys. We stumbled upon one another in Lucas Gardens. Friendly from the start we ended up chatting for a long time and I can’t quite put into words at… Read More Lucas Gardens
I spent 3 days last week helping out for Longplayer Day. You never know going into something as a volunteer how you’ll get to participate and what you’ll learn. I have to say, despite the opportunity coming round at a busier time of the year it was a fantastic experience. Got to meet loads of… Read More Longplayer Day