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Studio 2 Summer Assessment 2018

Silent Light Pole Videos [UV]

I wanted to manipulate the original UV videos that were displayed in Sound to Light. All of these had a backing of Feminist Poem 3 Audio, 4 Speakers, which I used for timings on the pole, and also partial set up of each performance. I cut the clips in order for them to only show the performance. […]

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Studio 2 Summer Assessment 2018

Sound to Light

I enjoyed using sound within Feminist Poem [Extended] Audio and all the audio work leading up to Year 2 Spring Exhibition. I was particularly pleased with the way in which you could not visually see the work, but it created an invisible sculpture. I wanted to move away from such a sound-heavy piece, to having parts of the […]

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Artist Influences and Research Studio 2

Bogi Fabian

Bogi Fabian is a European artist who became popular with her unique fantasy UV and glow in the dark paintings. She took a few years to master this ‘multiluminous’ technique that allows the creation of a unique ambient space, where you can appreciate the artwork both in the daylight and in the dark. It has […]

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Artist Influences and Research Studio 2

John Poppleton

John Poppleton uses black light to create beautiful ‘Bodyscapes’, strange paintings and intriguing photographs. Poppleton says on his website that he has ‘always been in awe and wonder of the beauty found in nature’ (Poppleton.com). This awe has led him to include nature in many of his works. Much of his career has also been […]

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Artist Influences and Research

Tino Sehgal

Tino Sehgal can be considered a choreographer, organising performances that are the ‘dance for museum settings’. His performances are organised wholes, bringing large groups of people together, often in order to break the fourth wall. In the Tate, Sehgal directed people to sing in harmonic chorus with each other, walking backwards through the large Turbine […]

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Studio 2 Summer Assessment 2018

Year 2 Spring Exhibition

The Spring Exhibition was a little controversial, as some believed that we should have not had this because of the minimal support we had over spring term, due to lecturers striking. The exhibition, however, went ahead. The poster we used [below] was created using the top titles the year group voted for, as many of […]

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Studio 2 Summer Assessment 2018

Feminist Poem [Extended] Audio

I lastly created an extended version of Feminist Poems [15 Minute] Audio to display at the Year 2 Spring Exhibition. I decided on this as I did not want people hearing the same poems in quick succession over, and over again. The break allowed a calm and serene blanket to lay over the room, but still gave the […]

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Studio 2 Summer Assessment 2018

Feminist Poems [15 Minute] Audio

I decided to bring all the aspects together that I preferred from Feminist Poem 1 Audio, 2 Speakers, Feminist Poem 2 Audio, 3 Speakers and Feminist Poem 3 Audio, 4 Speakers including; 4 speakers in a medium sized room, the audio circling around the room to create disorientation, something uncomfortable, and also the audio making an ‘invisible sculpture’ within the […]

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Studio 2 Summer Assessment 2018

Feminist Poem 3 Audio, 4 Speakers

I finally came to the conclusion that I should complete a sound piece on four different channels. I found this to be more successful than Feminist Poem 2 Audio, 3 Speakers, as the audio was able to encompass the whole of the room, making you feel as though you were surrounded by it at all times. […]

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Studio 2 Summer Assessment 2018

Feminist Poem 2 Audio, 3 Speakers

Following on from Feminist Poem 1 Audio, 2 Speakers, I decided to continue onto producing a sound piece with three channels. This didn’t work as well as I hoped it would in a square room, and unfortunately I could not find any unusually shaped spaces. The set up also meant that there was one random speaker […]