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Self Directed Essay: Using Marcel Duchamp’s proposed definition of the spectators’ role in the Creative Act, create a framework to analyse Ken Currie’s development in his approach and thinking process circa 1995, focusing primarily on ‘Three Oncologists’ (2001).

FFAR5002: CRITICAL THEORY 12/13 Tutor: Annabel Frearson Using Marcel Duchamp’s proposed definition of the spectators’ role in the Creative Act, create a framework to analyse Ken Currie’s development in his approach and thinking process circa 1995, focusing primarily on ‘Three Oncologists’ (2001). Anna Milo Arts & Media 15th October 2012 Using Marcel Duchamp’s proposed definition … Continue reading

– War of world of words…

If you think someone is walking too slow, it’s a reminder you need to slow down. If you think someone’s walking too fast, then maybe you should speed up. If you think someone’s too colorful for your own taste, then maybe you’re too black and white. If you think a person hates you, then remind … Continue reading

– Faceless: Can we recognize?

– Faceless: Can we recognize?

A series of images, showing a study of the hair and nose, where only the eyes and mouth have been erased. My intentions and meaning behind this approach – Can we recognize the emotional/identity of a subject, when the give-away has been erased? We can always identify how someone feels through the observation of the … Continue reading

– Liquidized

– Liquidized

Drew this one up a while ago, then imported into Adobe Illustrator. Influenced by a monochromatic effect of black lines on a white backdrop, creating a liquidized style. More to come when I’ve got the chance!  

Dead Squirrel… .com?

Dead Squirrel… .com?

Was asked to take a photo of myself which reflects me as a person, which would be seen on the index page for my online portfolio. Reason you can only see half of my face is ’cause I’m not tall.. or wasn’t tall enough for the camera as I put it. At the time, it … Continue reading

Capture.. In my world.

Capture.. In my world.

A project called ‘Capture.. in my World’ was to capture anything in my world. I chose to do a family portrait, with each subject matter I chose an influence to portray their character. Man on the left – Influence is Picasso. Portraying a strong, stern and short tempered man, use of colours being orange and … Continue reading