I’ve spent the past couple of days experimenting with lumen prints. (Yesterday’s initial print is over here.)
Yesterday I decided to make a lumen print with some Ilford photo paper I had leftover. I decided to use one of my pressed specimens, and chose a fern collected from my parents garden.
Wendy and I had a 1-2-1 to discuss my ideas around my final major project proposal. Firstly, I shared my very draft project title and project description.
Interview with Lin Jingjing 林菁菁 // By Monica Merlin for the Tate In this interview Lin Jingjing describes her practice so articulately. I was struck by Lin’s careful description of how and why she works as she does, so I’ve shared some of the points that stood out for me, and that I feel are deeply relevant […]
I shared my oral presentation with my peers and tutors on Canvas early last week, and received some really helpful feedback, which I will incorporate into my critical review assignment. This presentation isn’t marked, and squeezing it in was challenging, but it was a good way to get peer review from a wide range of people, […]
Informing Contexts module. Spring 2019. I created this presentation as part of the ‘Informing Contexts’ Module for the MA Photography, Falmouth University.
For this week’s group tutorial we were asked to prepare 2 slides (2 minute discussion) to the group, outlining our intent, practice and visual and critical research.
Think about: The ‘nature’ of your own photographic practice; The importance of context in our reading of images; Any ideas / visual practices you were particularly interested in; Any ideas / visual practices that challenged / shed new light on your existing practice. For our weekly reflection, some questions were posed in relation to the […]
Here is a list of some of the key sources and references I have consulted during the course of the MA so far (and in particular, the ‘Informing Contexts’ module). Please note: This list will be regularly updated. For my own reference: Guide to Harvard referencing at Falmouth University is here.