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Planning and ideas throughout 3rd year - What I need to do
Take control of my own learning
Planning is key
Connections to time manage:
* My interests
*Projects set by both NUA and myself
* Practical skills and ideas
* Writing, reflection, report, promotion
Recognise the value of my research and how it supports my practice:
*Knowing and finding new ideas and concepts that support my practice
* Map my understanding of the learning outcomes
*Reflection and understanding of my practice
*Experimenting and failing and learning
Ask myself questions:
*What do I like doing?
*Why do I make work?
*What is it for?
*What do I want from my work?
*What is my work about?
*Who is my audience?
*Where does my work go?
Experimenting - Expressing ideas through material choices, techniques and new skills.
Testing- making stuff, need to make the so they fit with context.
Reflection - on what you have done and presenting to others.
What can I actually achieve in this year?
Need to become and expert through skills and development.
4 Set briefs:
*Personal - digital collaboration, space, image
Make specific issues, solve problems, present and work in teams.
Make my own work simultaneously.
Make work from something I care about - Make it useful to me
Key concepts to consider:
*Becoming a professional
Questions to ask myself:
*What does success look like?
*How do I achieve success
*What do I want to achieve? How am I going to do this?
BA3a - Disintegration
Collaboration - Translating music into art
*Translating sound into imagery - working backwards.
*Lyrics and colour connotations
*Album Covers - illustrating the aura of the music
1. Starting with sound
2. Translating that sound into imagery
3. Give the drawing a title and description
The art of creating performance, environments it can be composed of sound, lighting, clothing,
performance, structure and space.
*Design of a performance event
*Visual experimental and spatial composition of performance
'Scenography is the seamless synthesis of space, text, research; art, actors, direction and spectators
that contributes to an original creation'.
Audience reception engagement. Sensory as well as intellectual experience, emotional as well as
What I want to look at
*Materials and processes
*Rust decaying using different media
*The New Ghost - Robert Hunter (Jon Hopkins asleep versions)
*The character or quality of subjectivity and sensuality of expression, especially in the arts.
*An Intense outpouring of exuberant emotion.
Talk with ex photography student Tom Stone
Manipulating natural light to create a focal point
*Soft Box - From above or from an angle
*Creating line to one part (That I want to isolate)
*Natural light - Reflect with white and silver
What to look at:
*The musical scale V the colour spectrum
*The non objective world
*Laser cutting - paper and material
*Inks and watercolours - techniques
*Natural dyeing and resist techniques
*Context, set dressing, scenography
*Details and embellishment
*Different colours and their effects and moods
How to produce good and defined work:
*Making drawing in response to different kinds of music
-Different types of line
-Quality of marks
*Focus then on small areas and manipulate them
-Cutting areas out
*Start translating this onto fabric
-Mouse on mars
*Make a contrast between different types of music through line and colour
*Creating new drawings throughout, making my own primary material.
What do I need to work on to make my ideas coherent
GET THINGS OUT MY HEAD
*Telling other people as well as telling myself
*Write down the questions that come up in my mind
*Reinforcing my learning
*Recording everything I read, think or do
*Reflections - how it meets my needs
*Thoughts that aren't fully formed that I will be able to refine later
*Theories that are still developing in my mind
-Visualising, diagrams, sketch, model
*Deciding on what my idea will become
- What do I want?
-Relate to my intentions
*Testing and samples
- Against what
-What am I looking for
-What already exists
-Work of others
-Reflecting my initial intentions
*Taking control to analyse, reflect, change and develop my work.
Printing workshop - Jess Copley
*Printing from collage
*Texture and depth
*No thicker than 6mm
*Dampened paper (Intaglio printing)
* Any material can be used, things with texture.
*Scrim- loosen by scrunching
*Make into a small ball
*Twist and dab
*Can be painted directly onto the plate
1. 2 different layers and 2 different heights
2. Use the tissue and paint
3. Roll over with a second colour this will stick to the raised part.
4. Soak the paper the longer the better (1 hour)
5. Stick to the side of the sink and use squeegee to extract excess water
6. Roll in the blotting paper under the layers
7. Dust paper if needed.
Colour Matching Test 1
Silk Habotai Medium
Colours to achieve
3 Grams of Fabric per Vat of dye.
1 Litre of water
1 gram of Ammonium Sulphate
Weight of dye and 1 gram if ammonium sulphate
Dissolve in 80% of water
Keep heated and stir for 5 minutes before adding the fabric
Leave for planned time
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