Tate modern visit

Erkan Ozgen I found this very difficult to watch. I know it is very direct and it shocks but I’m more concerned about the child and his trauma from these events. I’m not sure if this video will him in the future? I can’t find anything positive to say about this video and all I […]

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LCC Exhibition – Visible Justice

Finding Fanon Gaidon: Delete Artists: David Blamdy and Larry Achiampong HD Video 33 minutes 2016 I went to LCC to see the exhibition, Visible Justice. As I entered the main foyer, to the left was the artwork ‘Identities in Limbo’. The artwork is a digital film with an avatar figure travelling through different landscape, following […]

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Migration

Haegue Yang – Tracing Movement 8th March – 26th March at South London Gallery The reason I was drawn to the work is the detail of the¬†intricate patterns and colours. It really made me want to know more about the concept. Once I started to read the catalogue and how it is described, ‘ongoing exploration […]

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Roman Vishniac Rediscovered

The exhibition gave insight into the situation in Germany and Poland before the war and the early years of World War II. Vishniac had been commissioned to take the pictures in refugee camps to document the conditions. In Berlin in the lead up to the war, Vishniac wanted to capture the Nazi propaganda but the […]

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exhibition

The painting I exhibited was the painting to the left in acrylic paint, I didn’t feel ready to name this painting at the time but really I think I should of just called it ‘Robot’. I was also going to exhibit a QR code but I didn’t feel I had experimented enough to go ahead […]

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