Below is a selection of the family photos that I felt were more artistic than the majority of our snaps. Continue reading “Exercise 2: Flicking Through the Family Albums”
Today was a particularly overcast and grey day which didn’t show Worthing in the best light however I decided to attempt this task anyway knowing that I can always reshoot on a better day if I am able. Continue reading “Exercise 2a: Photographing Worthing”
In order to analyse some visual conventions for time and place I broke this task into historical examples, comics and graphic novels. Continue reading “Exercise 3: Visual Conventions for Time and Place”
Below are examples of the ‘cutting edge’ which were taken from the broad categories of Art & Science, Social Networking and Games & Interactive Stories. Continue reading “Exercise 4: Cutting Edge”
Thinking about the appropriation of a space itself and how it can be transformed through alternative media depictions including examining a location in a movie and how that environment may be perceived differently. Continue reading “The Appropriation of a Space”
Crop circles are created with the most basic of tools: a surveyor’s tape measure, wooden boards and rope. These tools can be used to create intricate and complicated designs that are often attributed to extra-terrestrial or paranormal forces. (Dean 2005) Continue reading “The Sign of a Crop Circle”
Worthing has recently commissioned Ricky Also to spray paint Grafton car park and make it one of the UK’s largest artworks. The photo below on the left gives you an idea what the building looked like before and the image on the right shows the work. The artwork says ‘Right Now’ which is an anagram of Worthing.