Monthly Archives: July 2016

Ex. 2.5: Text in art

I went on a 20-odd minute walk around the local neighbourhood and made some observations on details that I saw. Trees were blowing in the wind As I left the house, a layer of heat hit me A fox cub … Continue reading

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Ex. 2.6: ‘Edgelands’

I was asked to read a couple of chapters from the book ‘Edgelands’ and give my responses. ‘Wire’ I couldn’t help but think that the writing was rather ‘wishy-washy’; at times reminicing about childhood memories and then suddenly emphasising the … Continue reading

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Assignment 1: Beauty and The Sublime

Assignment 1: Beauty and The Sublime What is ‘The Sublime’? To me, it is the personal perception of what the mind considers ‘beautiful’. I hope to use this assignment to explore the distinction between beauty and ‘The Sublime’- to me, … Continue reading

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Ex. 2.2: Explore a road

1. Exploring a road – Belsize Road, Worthing Whilst there are certainly more exciting or picturesque roads that are known to me, my condition hampers my ability to travel to them. Instead, I’ve chosen a local road that, whilst it … Continue reading

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Ex. 2.1: ‘Territorial Photography’

1. I have read through Joel Snyder’s essay, ‘Territorial Photography’ to find and then summarise his key points: Photography was seen as more precise, articulate, faithful and factual than any other art form. To begin with, photography was mainly the … Continue reading

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