Presentation – Janet / discussion of pop up show

Janet’s presentation Question: ‘What relevance might this have in our world now saturated with already high-complex imagery?’ digital transmutation new poetic possibilities simplistic line drawings of the circle pen and paper is universal ‘circle is a gesture first, shape second’, Janet suggested to work with a microscope the mistakes we make can be developed into […]

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Online presentations – Justin & Steph

In today’s online session it was Justin and Steph’s presentations. Below are some notes made from this session: Justin  eye over ear ocularcentrism – eyes over the written world in the western world acoustic world – individualistic world, one perception sound represents an object the sound tree is abstract from the object ‘tree’ senses are connected […]

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Online presentations – Kehkashan

Kehkashan’s presentation (notes from video)  3 different areas of interest; mosiac and studio / blogging about it on social media / organising humanitarian projects concerned before the research paper that it was very different but by completing the research paper realised there were patterns power of social media – it allows anybody to be an […]

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Tutorial – presentations (Gabs and Arlette)

Gab’s presentation empathy lack of connection. This is seen with the photograph with the man and the laptop. I think this is really strong photograph and something that makes you question our reality and relationship with technology sitting with bad emotions @cheerupluv tangible experience face to face conversations unfold slowly Symbolic photographs over time; 1930’s […]

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