I’d like to reflect the continuum of my practice, so the digital pieces on linen canvas are at the end of the continuum as responses to the textile sites I uncovered. 305 more words
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The Radicant, The Journey-Form (2): Topology chapter:
The journey has become an art form in its own right partly because of globalisation, the democratisation of tourism and travel, and the emergence of the computer screen in everyday life, especially with the internet (web surfing and hypertext links) – “the web has produced specific practices that affect our modes of thought and representation” and is characterised by “the simultaneous presence of heterogeneous surfaces, which the user links by charting a course or by random exploration” either searching purposefully or surfing (like flânerie or a dérive). 234 more words
The focus of and the most crucial thing in the Final Major Project is that I create a route map through Altermodernism and Psychogeography.
My position seems to be at the intersection and the interrelation between local and global, regionalism and globalism, the Altermodern and Psychogeographic. 96 more words
Three things: Heterochronia, Travel and Archives.
To me there’s two threads of British contemporary life: Altermodernism refers the reality of contemporary life found online and with air travel, but there’s also a growing Regionalist and Localist sentiment in Britain. 361 more words