Group Crit

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

Sherry Turkle + Erik Erikson Moratorium

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

Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun: Behind the mask, another mask

Visited the Gillian Wearing/ Claude Cahun exhibition at the Portrait Gallery. Wonderful wonderful exhibition and research experience as both artists ‘share a fascination with the self-portrait and use the self-image, through the medium of photography, to explore themes around identity and gender, which is often played out through masquerade and performance’. The whole exhibition was… Read More Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun: Behind the mask, another mask

Talk: Art in Polarised Times (LCF)

Some notes and thoughts about the talk which was chaired by Jeremy Till – Head of CSM: pragmatic acceptance (worst approach to issues) current politics – accentuation of the old form but with a more corruptive method   Populism: political parties tend to represent sectional interests but populists pretend to promote themselves as ‘beyond politics’ populism… Read More Talk: Art in Polarised Times (LCF)

Tony Oursler

Started looking into the work of Tony Ourlser. At one point in this short documentary about his work he said that he ‘was always fascinated by how you constitute a figure in technology’, which has really excited me because I supposed one of my questions to myself is how do I constitute a figure using… Read More Tony Oursler