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Initial Ideas

I started by making a mind map of objects that initially caught my eye around my flat- which to begin with was nothing so off to a greta start.. I then started to think that it maybe didn’t have to be something with form in the sense of dimension.

When writing down ideas I was definitely more drawn to light and sound, so decided to start with these.

In the brief there were a few questions promoted for us to answer about our object:

  • Object or phenomenon? – I would say my chosen object/s are both.
  • How does it make you feel – When speaking about light, it makes me feel warm, happy, safe, calm, tranquil and inspired.


I would say out of the two I am more inspired and drawn to light. I already have many photos taken throughout the years of light that has caught my attention for primary research.

I would also say I am initially seeing the object of light as a daily thing we just expect to have in our home, city and world but I already see the extraordinary in it with the way it makes me feel and I aim is to convey this feeling to the audience.



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Nicole Webberley

Intermedia Art student

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