Monthly Archives: May 2015

Conclusion- final post of an undergraduate student

How can one sum up their four years experience at an art institution in a single post? This was a difficult question to address, as I believe the time that I have spent on this course it has been quite … Continue reading

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125 words- artist statement

For the past few years this practice has been based upon understanding society’s function. Questioning whether our lives have been enforced by guidelines, which were set by previous generations to portray ‘acceptable living’. As an artist he hopes to achieve … Continue reading

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Selecting spaces for the final year show

A meeting was arranged given by the tutors Mel and Ben to decipher where our spaces would be for our final year show. As this event is an important milestone of the year each student prepared a speech, which described … Continue reading

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Constructing an artistic statement- final degree show

“A perfect work of art will be one in which the content is important and significant to all men, and therefore it will be moral. The expression will be quite clear, intelligible to all, and therefore beautiful; the author’s relation … Continue reading

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Walking in an exaggerated manner around the perimeter of a rectangle

For the past few weeks I have been working on my proposed video for my end of year show. This was mentioned within a previous post and I decided on the type of location where the performance would take place … Continue reading

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Completion of the engraving stage

With the schedule that I set myself to complete the engraving stage I knew that I would have to sit for long periods of time to reach my deadline. As each plate will take me roughly 20 hours to complete … Continue reading

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The completion of a monolithic piece of artwork

When it came to mounting the sheets I knew this would be a difficult task to complete as the wood, which I was using for the frame was a type of soft wood. Meaning it could split when screwing the … Continue reading

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Spraying my final piece

At this moment of time I became slightly apprehensive when it came to spraying my final sheets. Even though I created a successful sample I knew that I would have one chance to spray these large sheets correctly. If mistakes … Continue reading

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