Project 3: Place in Art – Case Study

Case Study - Interpreting Nathan Coley's A Place Beyond Belief, 2012 (illuminated text on scaffolding, 6m x 7m x 3m) Students were given this image (taken from Coley's site) and asked to use skills developed across various exercises in Part 1 to build an interpretation of the work. Initial response: Impressive scale Desire to engage… Continue reading Project 3: Place in Art – Case Study

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Project 3: Place in art

Exercise 3 – Gallery visit, continued Focus piece 2: Convergence d'images vers le port, 2016, ultra-high definition (4k) digital video installation, 4 synchronized projections, mute, 8:06 video loop. Artist's collection. Produced by Jeu de Paume, Paris, for this exposition. Photo documentation: Notes: My friend and I spent a bit of time with this piece. Very… Continue reading Project 3: Place in art

Project 3: Place in art

Exercise 2 - Developing research skills, with reference to Katie Paterson's Vatnajökull (the sound of). Additional notes regarding Vatnajökull as... ...a site-specific work: Vatnajökull (the sound of) is a truly site-specific piece. Physically stepping foot into the gallery wasn't enough or even essential; to experience the work, one had to (inter)act: dial the live line… Continue reading Project 3: Place in art

Project 3: Place in Art

Exercise 1 continued - Research Point Below is a list of the artists (note: I haven't included the names of writers) mentioned in Place (London: Thames and Hudson by Dean, T and Millar, J. 2005). Where a specific work was discussed in the essay, I've mentioned it next to their name. Below each bolded name,… Continue reading Project 3: Place in Art

Project 3: Place in Art

Exercise 1: Place. London: Thames and Hudson by Dean, T and Millar, J. (2005) Notes: I made an extended mind-map to organize the rough notes I took as I read this text. The above mind-map can be accessed here as a PDF or online for better viewing and zoom capabilities. Summary & Reflection: I read… Continue reading Project 3: Place in Art