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Month: October 2022

Sensory Approaches in Art Derek Jarman’s Blue Watch the excerpt of Derek Jarman’s Blue. Write a short text (c. 250 words) that responds to the following question and post this to your blog.Β Β  In her article, β€œDerek Jarman’s Blue: Negating the Visual”, Jenna Carine Ashton states β€œThe auditory comes to replace the visual; with Blue […]

Play Sprint 1 Weird_Reflection How ‘play’ dissolved in an educational turn? Sprint2_Week4#Play Sprint 1  

Weird Returning to the topic of the first week of research, I will be reorganising and reflecting on my research on weird. At first, when I approached the topic of ‘weird’, I couldn’t immediately imagine an explanation for it, as I had a preconceived idea that weird represented eccentricity, but as I began to research […]

Β  Β  Reflective analysis on play Let me start by answering the question scenario posed this week. The biggest problem with art at the moment in this country [the United States], and obviously in France as well, is that there is no spirit of rebellion, no new ideas appearing among young artists. They follow the […]


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