Indeterminate Procedure: Dot-to-Dot

IMG_3961 2Much of my current focus has been aimed towards applying indeterminate procedure towards visual practice. Due to the ambiguous nature of the concept and the resulting imagery it creates, it is important to retain template example pieces that act as Continue reading

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Indeterminate Procedure – Paint by Numbers

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Much of my current focus has been aimed towards applying indeterminate procedure towards visual practice. Due to the ambiguous nature of the concept and the resulting imagery it creates, it is important to retain template example pieces that act as Continue reading

Peter Doig

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Some notes from my recent visit to PETER DOIG at the Michael Werner gallery in London.


Split between four rooms over two stories, the exhibition marks a refreshing and exciting approach to contemporary art exhibitions whilst offering a valuable and rare insight into the work and processes of a leading contemporary painter. Continue reading

Research Observations: 28/2

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Some thoughts, reflections and observations from todays research meeting.


Writing:

  • Importance of writing about the work as it is being created: tests whether one thoroughly understands the implications of what they’re doing, whilst clarifying and recording the processes by which it is done.
    –  Keep a diary open at all times so as recording observation and reflection become a continuous process.

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Studio Diary: 12/10

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When embarking on painting again after a prolonged absence often the hardest thing is simply picking up a paint brush, and having just moved into my first dedicated studio for a number of years the feeling of intimidation was only compounded. My mind was taken immediately to Phillip Guston’s profoundly accurate quote, ‘studio ghosts’, and the daunting nature of being present in the studio; Continue reading