Week 2 of Analysis of Contemporary Context module and notes from a Creative practice as research seminar. Afternoon free writing session After initial recoil of horror at having to be interactive while being online, this session was thought provoking, useful and I think I wrote some quite useful notes during the ‘automatic writing’. The dogs … Continue reading Creative practice as research
This was the week of our deadline for the annotated bibliography, where we draw a line under our research so far and create a bibliography that we have made notes for ourself of the relevance and importance of each source. CARLSON-REDDIG, K., 2011. Re-Reading Critical Regionalism, I. SABOUN and J. VANEGAS, eds. In: Local Identities … Continue reading Annotated bibliography
I've been thinking about how all the theory, threads, methodology, materials can all fit together. I'm not sure how clear my thoughts are, but after a bout of insomnia I've developed a few ideas. I've been thinking of something Conor said about the vernacular descriptors for landscape in MacFarlane's book Landmarks, he asked rather than … Continue reading Site collection methods; further thoughts
Featured image, J Affleck, Mind map sketch, Procreate IPad Pro, 8/10/2017 Trying to tie the threads together I felt the need to try to tie the four research tasks together into one document. In doing so there are a lot of blanks to fill in, and ideas that I need to write down. Research Aims … Continue reading Reflection on the research so far
Featured image: layered mind maps, J Affleck, Procreate IPad Pro, 7/11/2017 I’ve been revisiting and developing my keywords. I think the main objective at the moment for achieving in the studio is a critical regional method of making ceramics. Critical regionalism is a movement originating in architecture out of a frustration of the international style of … Continue reading Developing methodology and ideas
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