Monthly Archives: September 2014

Mission Aborted: The Virtual Cyberflanerie Experience Piece

I had to abandon this idea as it was far too complex for me and time consuming. I used a set of YouTube tutorials to help but they were something like a 6 part playlist with each video lasting around 1 … Continue reading

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Summarising My Route Map Through Altermodernism and Psychogeography

There are various intersections between Altermodernism and psychogeography and various ways in which it inspired and contextualises my practice.   Altermodernism essentially re-energised my practice, opening my eyes to many possibilities. The concepts of Heterochronia, Energy, Travel and Archives were … Continue reading

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Cyberflanerie Map

This is my mapping of cyberflânerie. Just like everything else, nothing went smoothly. The first issue was during printing. The fluorescent perspex came with a protective film on both sides. I took off the film on the side the image … Continue reading

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Cotton Colour Specimens (Encaustic Pieces)

These cotton colour specimens were printed using the textile department’s digital printer with help from Laura, another member of the textile staff. She showed me a variety of different fabrics that could be used but we settled on a type of … Continue reading

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Linen Canvas Colour Specimens

Some of the Colour Specimens will be shown as linen canvas pieces, as seen below, printed on the UV printer with help from textile technician Linda. It’s a great piece of kit and I was dead happy with the finished … Continue reading

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MLSE Animation Update

This was created on Adobe Premiere which is actually a really easy program despite looking quite challenging upon opnening it for the first time. I just used this tutorial video to help: http://vimeo.com/46218664 Compared to the last attempt which was … Continue reading

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