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Gaining inspiration from Christian Boltanski & Ilya Kabakov

I have studied these two artists previously as their work has parallels with the quality of outcome I am hoping ...
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Further experiment – ink drawings on burnt milk paper

The previous experiments resulted in a successful drawing style of fine liner cartoon drawings on paper burnt with milk that ...
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Experiments – hand sculpture & cartoon strip

The last piece of research identified two potential directions for my FMP outcome. After sharing those ideas and receiving feedback, ...
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Consolidation of research – bomb catcher or Cranswick Shroud

This post is a consolidation of research carried out on relevant artists and an investigation into the deeper meaning of ...
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Research on deconstruction as an artistic strategy

In its simplest sense deconstruction as an artistic strategy involves breaking an object down into smaller parts. However, at a ...
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Experiments with a human papier-mâché form

The previous research on papier-mâché artists gave inspiration to create a human form (or body part) to experiment with adding ...
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Research on artists using papier-mâché

Papier-mâché (literally chewed paper) is most often associated with childhood model making and has a home crafting ethic but some ...
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Paper making with newspaper pulp

This experiment looked at the potential of making paper from pulped newspaper (with the future intention of purchasing it from ...
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Final major project progress: Experiment to create multiples

My final major project is well underway and my theme is a WW2 experience my mother had on the night ...
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Home studio & gallery

It's been on my mind for a while but the ongoing Covid 19 situation has made me think about going ...
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