For this group tutorial we were divided into groups of three and were given a clear plan of what we were to do. 20 minutes for each person, You had to describe your problem, challenge or choice and then the other two people in the group had to ask open questions only. The purpose of […]Read more "Low Residency – Day 9 – Group Tutorials"
In the afternoon we had a discussion with Rosalind Davis, artist, curator and co-author of What they didn’t teach you at art school. A really informative afternoon packed full of hints and tips relating to the best way to operate as an artist when finding your way in the beginning, including making the most of […]Read more "Low Residency – Day 9 – Thriving and Surviving as an Artist"
In the afternoon we visited the Stanley Kubrick Archive at the London College of Communication where they hold material spanning the whole career of Stanley Kubrick along with other archived materials.Read more "Low Residency – Day 8 – Stanley Kubrick"
In the morning we had a discussion around the issues of copyright, intellectual copyright creative commons and all the legalities around this with Roxanne Peters. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R02k0H25fW0&list=PLil4nJ93ehAyp3b6vLB-Eb642FRY-WalG&index=13&t=0s Useful Links provided by Jonathan: Copyright a dance? https://www.itv.com/news/2019-02-14/alfonso-ribeiro-loses-copyright-bid-over-the-carlton-dance/ https://www.theguardian.com/games/2018/dec/17/fresh-prince-actor-sues-fortnite-for-use-carlton-dance?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other Gigi Hadid and Peter Cepeda Case (photograph on Instagram) http://www.thefashionlaw.com/home/gigi-hadid-img-models-slapped-with-copyright-infringement-lawsuit-over-instagram-post Anish Kapoor and exclusive rights to the blackest black […]Read more "Low Residency – Day 8 – Copyright"
On the first day we were divided into random groups and given a brief to reflect upon. Responding to local architecture and landscape. Explore the edgelands, the permanent and the meanwhile. React to Change Trace History Imagine the Future Build Fictions. Our group spent some time discussing what interests us the most and what seemed […]Read more "Low Residency – Day 6 & 7 – Collaboration"
Leake Street Arches Street art at its best – a continually changing space where street artists present their work. Hayward Gallery Diane Arbus: A comprehensive collection of photographs from the early career of Diane Arbus, fifty of the 100 photographs have never been shown in Europe. Most of her images depict urban life in the 50’s […]Read more "London Gallery Visits 2"
During the Sound Workshop with Ed Kelly Sharktracks.co.uk we experimented with recording sound using field recorders and then editing sound using Audacity. Ed spoke about the field Recorder the Zoom H1 and the Quadraphonic Field Recorder Zoom H2. He encouraged us to consider sound events when recording sound and we experimented with removing Hiss from […]Read more "Low Residency – Day 4 – Sound Workshop"
Number 1 Rochester Square A former nursery site abandoned and derelict and then taken over by the current owners who are in the process of developing the space further to improve on the current studio offerings to local cermic artists. Placing importance on clay as the core material we walk upon and eat from every […]Read more "Low Residency – Day 3 – Gallery Visits"
Camberwell Art Space We first visited an exhibition of paintings and other works by David Troostwyk who had previously taught at College of Camberwell. A paintstakingly catalogued collection of work some of which had not been on display before. I was drawn to the rocks he had collected from Culloden – perhaps this is because […]Read more "Low Residency – Day 2 – Peckham Gallery Visits"
The morning of the second day began with a group tutorial session where we were split into small groups and an invited artist facilitated the group. In our group there were three first year online students, one second year student and a student from the Designer Maker Course. We were facilitated by Maiko Tsutsumi – the […]Read more "Low Residency – Day 2 – Group Tutorial"