Overall comments You have made a brave attempt to work on this assignment and have made some pertinent comments but overall you have not substantiated these comments by reference to your reading and viewing. It is clear from your log that you have worked through the exercises, gone to art galleries, and read art books… Continue reading Assignment One – Feedback
Have you been surprised by your responses to any of the works in Part One? I have been pleasantly surprised by most of my responses to the works we have been asked to look at during Part One. I have been even more surprised by my ability to take and interest and enjoyment from researching… Continue reading Conclusion
A Place Beyond Belief – Nathan Coley What’s your first response to this piece? I like what the text says. ‘A place beyond belief’ conjures up a lot of mystical images for me. I think of remote islands, beautiful scenery, mystic worlds. But the piece itself doesn’t really live up to the words. It’s almost… Continue reading Case Study – ‘A Place Beyond Belief’
I was unable to upload my word document which I had done my original research on as the format wasn’t right and I couldn’t get the highlighting to work so I had to print and take photo’s so I could record it on this blog.
For my gallery visit I went to a small gallery in my town centre named ‘Gallerina’ that showcases predominantly local based artists providing a great place for smaller or upcoming artists to get their work showcased and known. It has a great range of art, from retro ‘pop’ to contemporary pieces,… Continue reading Exercise 3 – Gallery or Site Visit
Katie Paterson’s ‘Vatnajokull’ How would you define this piece in terms of media? An exploration of natural sound. Vatnajokull’s relationship to place: Site specific so refers to just that one place Provides an opportunity yo understand a place we would never get to visit An opportunity to hear life and the natural world from a… Continue reading Exercise 2 – Developing your research skills
Place. London: Thames and Hudson by Dean, T, and Millar, J. (2005)Exploring ‘Plave’ Summary of Text Place is subjective. It’s not just an area of land, a city or a room, place has a personal connection to us. Place becomes so from a collection of memories, sentiment or familiarity. Place is something personal, created by… Continue reading Exercise 1 – Exploring ‘Place’