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Sketchbook work for Assignment 4 Re-worked

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Sketchbook work for Assignment 4 Re-worked

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Research: Objects and Combines

A combine painting is a piece of work that includes both a painted canvas and objects, creating a mixture of painting and sculpture. A combine can include a variety of clothing, photographic images, newspaper clippings and other three dimensional objects. Marcel Duchamp was … Continue reading

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Assignment 4: Second Painting; A Fractured Image – Re-worked

‘Use any (or a combination) of the media and methods used by the artists discussed above to create an ambitious ‘fractured’ image. Document and reflect on what you’ve achieved’. For this piece I will explore further the process of weaving, … Continue reading

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Exercise: Using Boxes

For this exercise I have been asked to make a pictorial box like object. Prior to this exercise I have worked within the course to use found objects and found images, which until I found a preferred method of how to make them work for me, paused … Continue reading

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Research: Christian Boltanski and Joseph Cornell – Using Boxes

Within Assignment 3 on my blog I spent time researching Joseph Cornell, in particular writing an interpretation of Taglioni’s box, a favourite of mine. (See Assignment 3 Mixed Media tag within blog). Cornell’s signature boxes have glass fronts   Box subjects consist of … Continue reading

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Research: Fracturing the picture plane

Fracturing the picture plane is a fracturing technique which creates a fragmented image and fragmented support at the same time. The Tate describes a picture plane: ‘In traditional illusionistic painting using perspective, the picture plane can be thought of as the … Continue reading

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