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‘Einstein’ Graphite Drawing

This is a graphite drawing of Albert Einstein when he was 26 years old working in the patent office, this was the moment in time when he came up with his first theory of relativity. This drawing was inspired by […]

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Perception Series by Loleithaart

I am a third-year undergraduate student currently studying at UCS. Perception Series:
While working on my dissertation, with the focus on Augusta Savage & Kara Walker’s artwork. I work with the same focus on Identity, perceptions, and the representation of these subjects.

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EMILY GODDEN & AUDIT CHAOS

Home to posts relating to my final year as a BA (Hons) Fine Art student at University Campus Suffolk.

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Reflecting #1

It was very helpful to have had the advice and guidance of Holly and Stefhan in our presentation morning. Following on from my previous work and concepts, they informed and challenged my under of my own work. What am I […]

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Seismic, biorhythm drawings

Question: taking an approach used by artist Deborah Humm, if I use my body as a seismograph, will the biorhythm drawings made vary noticeably as a result of watching different types of programmes on TV? Drawing1 – 23/09/15, 3:30pm, 62 […]

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Making work in a non-space?

The spaces where my surveying takes place can be considered non-spaces – railway lines, stations and the train itself – although I do capture images adjacent to these spaces as well. Images of non-spaces show locations that don’t comply with […]

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Space, Non-Space and the Blurring of Fact and Fiction

I’m beginning to see a spatial connection in some of my recent photographs. Marc Augé points out that we have an uneasy relationship with the space we occupy. Our steps into outer space ‘reduce our own space to an infinitesimal […]

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The imperfect witness

I’m part-way through an interesting book by Marc Augé; (Non-Places: An Introduction to Supermodernity) and I’d like to consider how some of his ideas play out in relation to my work. In surveying the train journey from Marden to London, […]

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Project survey

I successfully applied new tactics yesterday to my train journey project, surveying the left hand side of the journey from Marden to London. Filming the other half of the trip was impossible as one journey pretty much exhausted the camera […]

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Reflection, planning and September’s Art Market

August…a holiday from making art – rest and recharge my batteries rather than schlep round exhibitions – work on the house to improve my environment – reflect not make – focus on the why of making with Nicola Saunderson – […]

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Danish Art Academy graduation show

A bit of delay in the latest posting as it took me a while to work out my sub was due to Artists’ Network: the administration of modern life! I wanted to post a review of Afgang, 2015, the graduation […]

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This film is a beast to tame

This film is a beast to tame. On the surface, the task is easy – link shots to make a simple animation. However I’ve been working on this on and off for 3 months now. Seven different cuts exist. I’m […]

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Lightlines Conference: Sight & Site

On Saturday 16th May I travelled to Grimsby to speak at The Lightlines Conference whose theme this year was Sight & Site. Featured artists were Jo Booth, Bradford, Gill Hobson, Grimsby, David Cotterrell, London and myself. I gave an overview […]

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Edgelands

This work investigates marginal spaces; overlooked places encountered on a journey to somewhere else. It consists of a series of photographs taken using a mobile phone camera whilst travelling at speed in a train or car, so framing a shot […]

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Shadow experiments

I’m pondering what this experiment tells me. It’s a photograph of a shadow from my studio space falling onto one of my favourite collages. It connects what I’ve made to architectural space and forms – the shadow of the studio […]

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The emperor’s new clothes?

I have two apologies followed by two rebuttals this week. I have been warned that I could be shooting myself in the proverbial foot, but I fear I have little of either feet left to dispose of!! My first apology goes […]

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