Evolution of Ideas: Final Project

Furthering development from last week’s iterations, my project has evolved after deliberation from classmates and brainstorming of ideas. I’m excited by the inputs that I received through collaboration as it enabled me to articulate my thoughts more clearly – as well as workshop the purpose of my work. Drawing on the notion of “abstraction intoContinue reading “Evolution of Ideas: Final Project”

Abstraction in Action

This week in class we explored the notion of abstracting an idea from a photograph into instructions for recreating the same aesthetic. What I found particularly interesting about this activity was the way that different people interpreted contrasting aspects of the same photo – which when taken over a sequence produced a unique emerging visual.Continue reading “Abstraction in Action”

Step-by-Step

The instructional artworks created for my project are inspired greatly by the works of Natalie Ratcliffe, who’s work “combines traditional printmaking techniques with contemporary practices such as computer-aided design” (‘Harmony Circus’, 2015). The featured artwork: Woodland Wall Panel was very appealing due to it’s highly texturised nature and collage-like aesthetic. When I was given the taskContinue reading “Step-by-Step”