Hi! I have decided to start up a new blog with my photography musings now that I have finished my studies in photography with the Open College of the Arts. This new blog will cover a variety of topics and will reflect on my experiences of what attracts me to the medium of photography, especially … Continue reading My New Blog: Framed by the Light
Last month I received my grades for assessment for both Contextual Studies and Body of Work. I am really pleased with both grades and the feed forward accompanying them.
My blog for Contextual Studies is a place where I've compiled and reflected on relevant research informing my theory, which in turn informs my practice. In this post I describe ways to effectively navigate this blog as well as attaching a document outlining ways I believe I've achieved the Learning Outcomes.
This is an archive of online material, physical books and artists that I’ve researched while conducting Contextual Studies Part 5, compiled in one place.
There are areas I agree with Anna Francis (2017) in the article ''Artwashing' gentrification is a problem - but vilifying the artists involved is not the answer' and other areas I don't. In this post I'll outline my reasoning why.
I decided to use mind maps as a way of becoming more lucid about my ideas for the essay. As well as getting down the main points, they offered me the possibility of organising them into orders of importance and linking bits where a relationship might not immediately be apparent.
I have read what I feel is a very good essay on (public) art and regeneration that goes into a lot of depth about how the two relate. The essay by Jospehine Berry Slater and Anthony Iles (2009) is titled: 'No Room to Move: Radical Art and the Regenerate City' and can be found at: https://www.metamute.org/editorial/articles/no-room-to-move-radical-art-and-regenerate-city. I have made notes to record my thoughts on areas where the essay interrogates ‘artwashing’, although that specific term is not used.
This is an archive of online material, physical books and artists that I’ve researched while conducting Contextual Studies Part 4, compiled in one place.
In this self-assessment of Assignment 4 - Contextual Studies I will evaluate how my first draft of the extended written project holds up against the criteria for Contextual Studies. The criteria are demonstration of subject based knowledge and understanding, demonstration of research skills, demonstration of critical and evaluation skills and finally communication.
I have attached below my first draft for my extended written project, along with my bibliography.