Monthly Archives: May 2011

Discussion 4

Helen commented on the nature of response and how it changes with each piece from an immediate instinctive response born of  similar ways of working/subject matter to that of a ‘slow burn’ that comes from seeing a different approach to looking … Continue reading

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Boxes 4

Kiran interpreted the original boxes piece by developing the scale of the fabric boxes and using the idea of form that they presented to explore her own prints in 3D. She experimented with stiffening the boxes, enlarged about 8 times, … Continue reading

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Pony 4

Helen says the Pony piece of work confused her for ages, she liked it and had looked forward to working with it. Perhaps at the beginning it was the piece she would have chosen if the participants had selected the … Continue reading

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Bridges 4

Gemma had inherited a sizable body of work with the bridges piece. The original lino print had provoked Mandy and Helen to break up the image and interpret the mark making and positive negative relationships of marks and collectively seemed … Continue reading

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Rabbit Hood 4

Inspired by the folding, secretive nature of Gemma’s book, Mandy was struck by the idea of hidden narratives; unfolding, seeking, finding and secret compartments. We discussed how the original hood and added cloak had merged in to a single piece, … Continue reading

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