Michelle Rozic

After having discussed with my tutor my plan not to include my cyanotype work in my Harena Now exhibitions, I decided to take another look at artists who have used the process in the past for their nature-related shows. One of these is Michelle Rozic, an Associate Professor of Art, Printmaking Area Coordinator and Visual … Continue reading Michelle Rozic

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Hanging to scale

To provide an idea of the size of the images as they will be displayed on the walls of my first venue, I have created the to scale images below. The wall measures 6 metres width by 2.5 metres in height. Although I can arrange the room as I wish, I am also conscious that … Continue reading Hanging to scale

Marketing for first show

As May draws to a close I have sent on my marketing material (invite and poster) and artist statement to the team at Mount Pleasant Eco Park. They will be sending out their June newsletter in the next week or so and including details of the exhibition. They are listed below Figs 1-3: I have … Continue reading Marketing for first show

Marketing materials

I am now beginning to fine-tune my marketing materials for my shows. This will include social media icons, invites and posters. In addition, I will be creating an artist bio and a project research info sheet for each event. The images below show details for the July exhibition - I have corresponding images for my … Continue reading Marketing materials

Pull out the stops

There are things I really need to get on with. Much of my plans and musings are going on inside my head at present. The big house move is over and its time to unpack the photographic boxes so that I can begin "living my work", as my lecturer Prof. Wendy McMurdo told me I … Continue reading Pull out the stops

More exhibition ideas

As usual, I'm magpie-ing between ideas of how to show my work at a variety of locations. Hopefully after today, I will have a more fixed idea of where I will be showing but at present I have secured time with the Fish Factory in Penryn from Thursday,¬† July 26 for a week. The cost … Continue reading More exhibition ideas

Final reflection

As the first half of my flexible two-year MA in Photography comes to a close with the assignments' deadline today, it provides a good opportunity to recollect where I have come from and where I now plan to go. Full circle would be one way to describe my experience. But I am now much clearer … Continue reading Final reflection

Informing Contexts – Week Eight reflection

Enter the Academy What a fascinating week. I have always been intrigued by the ways in which photography is shared and shown. And have also always felt rather annoyed by pretentious art galleries, whatever they are displaying. For me, art, and photography in particular, is something that doesn't need to give itself airs and graces. … Continue reading Informing Contexts – Week Eight reflection

Informing Contexts – Week 1

Photography at the Crossroads A fascinating start to the new module. Pulling apart photography and putting it back together makes for some interesting realisations and new viewpoints. I have probably been quite shallow these past years in relation to delving deeper into the meaning of photographs. My mind and resource has been on trying to … Continue reading Informing Contexts – Week 1

Positions and Practice – Week 13

Reflection and Looking Forward The images shared this week of the gunman shooting the Russian Ambassador to Turkey have made quite an impact on me. My fellow students and I have have previously discussed the moral and ethical grounds linked to the sharing of images that some may find distressing or showing content that is, … Continue reading Positions and Practice – Week 13