Throughout my time at University Campus Suffolk I have become more reflective about my art practice and in return this has maintained and strengthened my connection to working principally in the three-dimensional realm, but also encouraged me to incorporate painting for example, in my work. This self evaluation has proved to be crucial to the development as an artist. It has opened my mind to accept the fact that almost anything is possible allowing the freedom to explore and experiment with a multitude of materials and processes. It makes creating art much more exciting and interesting in a subject I already love and take great pleasure from. The constant self-reflection and maintaining a critical eye on creativity allows me to fine tune ideas. This has proven invaluable as the Perception of Space project concept has already been modified and streamlined around six times. However, as I write this, and with a few more weeks before the degree show build, I cannot rule out further modifications as the installation I’m proposing is still evolving.