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Week 15: Reflection On the Academic Year & Feedback (ART723)

Week Beginning 22nd May 2023

Reflection on the Academic Year and Feedback


This week saw the end of the module ART723: Creative Research Methods, so I thought id take the time to reflect on the module as a whole before progressing with work over the summer. I feel this module has developed my understanding of the broad and creative approaches to Multidisciplinary. Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary practices. The assessments have challenged and demonstrated my practical skill as well as my critical and strategic thinking skills. I found myself critically debating through use of reflective practice within the contemporary visual culture, this has been routinely documented within both my blog and reflective journal. I have also debated through the use of reflective practices within the field of photography and alternative photography techniques.


These techniques again took the form of cyanotypes mainly created through experimental trial and error. Experimenting on different surfaces and found materials. I have also demonstrated advancing expertise in one or more specialized interdisciplinary practices within the program, taking the form within the photography and printmaking discipline. A regular documentation of this process was also documented, my gained knowledge through conceptual analysis and my development of theories, methods and practices related to this knowledge is all recorded within my online blog and website. I have also shown and provided evidence of my engagements within the contemporary art and design extended community through primary research activity, visits and experimental learning. Visits to various forestry's and art galleries across the country have informed and helped develop my studies.


Placement


I have also conducted a placement at Thetford throughout the module, Thetford being the largest lowland pine forest in Britain, located on the south of Norfolk in England. It covers over 19,000ha (47,000 Acres) in the form of a site of scientific interest. It was created after the First World War to provide a strategic reserve of timber , since the country had lost so many oaks and other slow growing tress as a consequence of the War's demands. During my placement, I was be involved in the documentation of differing species of tree as well as the preservation and farming of seeds and seedlings to help expand and preserve areas of the forest. Collecting data and recording my findings as I progressed.

The entire Placement can be found on more detail via this link:


Here is a picture of some of the final pieces presented for my final Summative Assessment ART723.

More can be seen via this link:

Adam

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