Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Death of Cyberflânerie

I just read an interesting article by the writer Evgeny Morozov for The New York Times called The Death of Cyberflânerie. In it Morozov describes how he stumbled across an old article from 1998 describing a bright future for the … Continue reading

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Hindley’s Fluorescent Acrylic

While using the UV printer, Lynda, one of the textiles staff, showed us pictures of this special perspex which reacts to light which can be printed on using the UV printer. I’m exploring ways of depicting cyberspace and was gravitating … Continue reading

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The Penny Dropped: Categorising My Practice

I’ve broken down my practice into three bodies of work. First body: Research The starting point/stimulus for research (projection idea) The way the research was undertaken (so-called digital dérive) What was uncovered from research (QR codes) My reaction to research … Continue reading

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The First Piece of the Continuum

I’d like to reflect the continuum of my practice, so the digital pieces on linen canvas are at the end of the continuum as responses to the textile sites I uncovered. Before these are the symbolic excavation encaustic pieces, before … Continue reading

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Colour Specimens: The Plan

What I’m thinking is, to print 4 or 5 of my digital pieces onto linen canvas, then have a couple printed on a different type of fabric/canvas which will be covered in layers of encaustic and material, then symbolically excavated … Continue reading

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Colour Specimens: Bower Roebuck Update

There are two versions. The black outline is to show to shape of the piece. The colour yellow is a recurring theme, serving as a symbol of optimism and energy, as part of my response to my research ito the … Continue reading

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Interactive Animation Potential

I’ve been thinking about creating an interactive animation piece, inspired by Langlands and Bell’s pieces such as The House of Osama Bin Laden, The Artist’s Studio and Superactive i2i. I was also inspired by Ryoji Ikeda’s data.path with its Tron: … Continue reading

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