Write about the research you have under taken, mention visits, drawings etc. How have these helped your project?
- Museums, galleries, questionnaire, documentaries, articles, youtube, films, books > taking new ideas and techniques into practical workshops.
Mention how previous projects through out the year have influenced your ideas on the FMP.
- After the ‘Trust and Transparency’ project, I have given more time for primary research, as this enabled me to produce a meaningful outcome.
Mention the artists and designers you have researched. What interesting things did you discover and how is this going to help the development of your project?
- Joseph Cornell and other assemblage artists > interesting box technique
- Kurt Schwitters > collage
- Christian Boltanski, Tim Noble and Sue Webster > shadow art
- Saul Steinberg > fingerprinting technique
- Huang Qingjun and Ma Hongjie, Peter Menzel > photography
- Annie > markmaking
- Caroline Bartlette > embroidery hoops
- Peter Tanningsen > lost and found photography
- Grayson Perry and Zoe Hillyard > ceramics
How are you developing the concept?
- Range of practical techniques > quick development activities
How have you developed the project visually?
- Mainly used inspiration from primary photography and artist research.
- Beginning to work in more abstract ways.
How are you progressing the project technically?
- New techniques, such as working in 3D
- Repeating unfamiliar techniques, such as photoshop and illustrator.
How do you see this influencing your final work?
- Combining familiar and unfamiliar techniques to produce a polished and experimental final piece.
What do you aim, to achieve at the end of the FMP?
- Develop technical skills.
- Generate meaningful answer to my question.
- Polished final piece.
How do you want your exhibition space to look and feel to the viewer?
- Nostalgic, focusing on memory and identity.
- Make the viewer consider the role of possessions in their life.