‘Iron Man’ (lullaby rendition of Black Sabbath,   Rockabye Baby, 2010Tuesday, 13 November 12
Why Did They Do That?!                   Understanding Critical Practices in Art & DesignTuesday, 13 November 12
Key aims...             – Explore ‘critical practice’ as a way of               identifying and challenging orthodoxies an...
Key aims...             – Explore ‘critical practice’ as a way of               identifying and challenging orthodoxies an...
Key aims...             – Explore ‘critical practice’ as a way of               identifying and challenging orthodoxies an...
“Why did they do that?!”Tuesday, 13 November 12
“Why did they do that?!”             Not...             “Why do people make art/design?”             But...             “W...
The world is full of beautiful things...Tuesday, 13 November 12
Tuesday, 13 November 12
Fixes temporality             freezes time  ‘The Kiss’                     Rodin, 1889Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘The Lovers of Valdaro’   died: ~4000BCE, discovered: 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
Tuesday, 13 November 12
Fractures                          geography  Lunar Surface                 NASA, 1969Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘La Pietà’              Michelangelo, 1499Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘La Pietà’ (detail)     Michelangelo, 1499Tuesday, 13 November 12
The lecture today is not about BEAUTY             (although it is a bit)Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Cosmic Synchromy’      SYNCHRONISM   Russell, 1914Tuesday, 13 November 12
The lecture today is not about the             MATERIALISATION and EXPRESSION of             IMAGINATION             (alth...
Tuesday, 13 November 12
The lecture today is not about ‘STYLE’             (but it will have to be)Tuesday, 13 November 12
The lecture today is not about CRITICAL             THEORY             (although there is some (deconstruction,           ...
Tuesday, 13 November 12
Pussy Riot              2012Tuesday, 13 November 12
The lecture today is not about PROTEST or             ‘EXTERNAL’ criticism             (although it sometimes is)Tuesday, ...
The lecture today IS about art/design being             critical OF art/design             (an introverted criticism)Tuesd...
?Tuesday, 13 November 12
Portrait of the Artists Mother   1896Tuesday, 13 November 12
Portrait of the Artists Mother   Picasso, 1896Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Femme en Pleurs’       Picasso, 1937Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Revival’ DAB Radio     Roberts, 2012Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Radio in a Bag’        Weil, 1982Tuesday, 13 November 12
I am going to present a number of art/design             works and the hope is that a more contingent             and nuan...
I am going to present a number of art/design             works and the hope is that a more contingent             and nuan...
I am going to present a number of art/design             works and the hope is that a more contingent             and nuan...
Tuesday, 13 November 12
Make things look beautifulTuesday, 13 November 12
Make things look beautiful                             vs.                  Make things use beautifulTuesday, 13 November 12
Make things look beautiful                           vs.             Make things use interestingTuesday, 13 November 12
Make things look beautiful                                   vs.                          Make ‘things’ that are          ...
‘Aesthetics of use’*                          ––––––––––––––––––                           Visual Aesthetics              ...
Tuesday, 13 November 12
Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Hertzian Tales: Electronic Products, Aesthetic Experience, and Critical Desgn’. Dunne, 1999, pp.14Tuesday, 13 November 12
Tuesday, 13 November 12
Critical design:             “It’s design that aims to uncover human ideas             rather than shift product”  ‘Hertzi...
Collection of Critical Design Objects from ‘Design Noir’   Dunne & Raby, 2005Tuesday, 13 November 12
Post-optimality  ‘Hertzian Tales: Electronic Products, Aesthetic Experience, and Critical Desgn’.   Dunne, 1999Tuesday, 13...
Post-optimality  Chindogu                         Kawakami, 1985+Tuesday, 13 November 12
Chindogu                Kawakami, 1985+                            Kawakami, 2004Tuesday, 13 November 12
Collection of Objects from ‘Accessories for a Lonely Man’   Toran, 2001Tuesday, 13 November 12
Criticality as a mode of thought, some ideas...             – Deconstruction             – AppropriationTuesday, 13 Novemb...
What do I mean by deconstruction...?             The word deconstruction has different             meanings for different ...
Deconstructionism             (Philosophy)             Deconstruction             (deconstructing and ‘un-constructing’)  ...
‘South Wind, Clear Sky’ (2nd of ‘36 Views of Mount Fuji’)   Hokusai, 1830Tuesday, 13 November 12
mountainTuesday, 13 November 12
Ferdinand De SaussureTuesday, 13 November 12
Tuesday, 13 November 12
Jaques DerridaTuesday, 13 November 12
Jaques DerridaTuesday, 13 November 12
"Deconstruction is not synonymous with        ‘destruction’, however. It is in fact much        closer to the original mea...
Jaques DerridaTuesday, 13 November 12
Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Bleu Remix’            Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Bleu Remix’            Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Bleu Remix’            Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Bleu Remix’            Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Bleu Remix’            After 20-mins   Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Bleu Remix’            After 40-mins   Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Bleu Remix’            After 60-mins   Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Bleu Remix’            Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
Razzle-dazzle camouflageTuesday, 13 November 12
‘100 Special Moments’   Salavon, 2006Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Image Fulgurator’      Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
“The Image Fulgurator is a device for      physically manipulating photographs.      It intervenes when a photo is being  ...
LENS            RECORDING MEDIUM                                          (unexposed)      LIGHT                          ...
LENS            RECORDING MEDIUM                                          (exposed)      LIGHT                            ...
‘NORMAL’ PHOTOGRAPHY                          View Finder                          Aperture Closed                        ...
‘NORMAL’ PHOTOGRAPHY                          View Finder                          Aperture Opens                         ...
‘NORMAL’ PHOTOGRAPHY                          View Finder                          Aperture Open                          ...
‘NORMAL’ PHOTOGRAPHY                          View Finder                          Aperture Closes                        ...
‘Image Fulgurator’      Final ‘Normal’ Photograph   Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Image Fulgurator’      Inside the Image Fulgurator   Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘FULGURATED’ PHOTOGRAPHY                          View Finder                          Aperture Closed                    ...
‘FULGURATED’ PHOTOGRAPHY                          View Finder                          Aperture Opens                     ...
‘FULGURATED’ PHOTOGRAPHY                          View Finder                          Aperture Open                      ...
‘FULGURATED’ PHOTOGRAPHY                          View Finder                          Aperture Open                      ...
‘FULGURATED’ PHOTOGRAPHY                          View Finder                          Aperture Open                      ...
‘FULGURATED’ PHOTOGRAPHY                          View Finder                          Aperture Closes                    ...
‘Image Fulgurator’      Expected ‘Normal’ Photograph   Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Image Fulgurator’      Actual ‘Fulgurated’ Photograph   Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘L’Homme au Chapeau Melon’   Magritte, 1964Tuesday, 13 November 12
Tianamen Square, China   Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
Reichstag, Berlin       Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
Live Fulgarator demo at Ars Electronica, Linz   Von Bismark, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
What do I mean by appropriation...?             “...a process by which images, forms or styles             from non-art co...
‘Photographs of the Burroughs Family’ (Alabama share-croppers)   Evans, 1936Tuesday, 13 November 12
Photographs of Walker Evan’s photographs   Levine, 1979Tuesday, 13 November 12
Scans of Sherrie Levine’s photographs   Mandiberg, 2001Tuesday, 13 November 12
Appropriation  ‘Corrupt’                        Sukyoung, 2009Tuesday, 13 November 12
Appropriation  ‘Corrupt’                        Sukyoung, 2009Tuesday, 13 November 12
Appropriation  ‘Corrupt’                        Sukyoung, 2009Tuesday, 13 November 12
Isn’t all art/design practice appropriation to             some extent?             These ideas of appropriation are broug...
‘Great Deeds Against the Dead’ (plate 39 from ‘Disasters of War’)   Goya, 1810Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Great Deeds Against the Dead’   Chapman Bros, 1994Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Sex’                   Chapman Bros, 2003Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Chapmans’ Dead Guys’   Cake & Neave, 2004Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Hirst’s Shark Tank (Renovated)’   Cake & Neave, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Emin’s Bed’            Cake & Neave, 2004Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Sunflowers’             Van Gogh, 1889,Tuesday, 13 November 12
Sunflowers From Petrol Station (part of the‘Crude Oils’ collection)   Banksy, 2005,Tuesday, 13 November 12
Modified Oil Painting ‘#18’ (from the ‘Crude Oils’ collection)   BanksyTuesday, 13 November 12
objectivesTuesday, 13 November 12
objectivesTuesday, 13 November 12
objectivesTuesday, 13 November 12
objectivesTuesday, 13 November 12
objectivesTuesday, 13 November 12
objectives                          ‘Sunset Barn’ from the ‘War’ collectionTuesday, 13 November 12
objectivesTuesday, 13 November 12
‘Tourists’ from the ‘Tourists’ collectionTuesday, 13 November 12
‘Tourists II’ by Duane Hanson, 1988Tuesday, 13 November 12
‘Polar Bear Cub’ from the ‘Polar’ collectionTuesday, 13 November 12
‘Paradise’ from the ‘Guerrillas in the Misc.’ collectionTuesday, 13 November 12
objectives                               Crapestry.co.ukTuesday, 13 November 12
Theo’s final thoughts...             Consider your practice.             Think about the expected ways that you do         ...
Tuesday, 13 November 12
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  1. 1. ‘Iron Man’ (lullaby rendition of Black Sabbath, Rockabye Baby, 2010Tuesday, 13 November 12
  2. 2. Why Did They Do That?! Understanding Critical Practices in Art & DesignTuesday, 13 November 12
  3. 3. Key aims... – Explore ‘critical practice’ as a way of identifying and challenging orthodoxies and assumptions in order to evolve art/design, and to enrich, and invite us to question, our experience of the world.Tuesday, 13 November 12
  4. 4. Key aims... – Explore ‘critical practice’ as a way of identifying and challenging orthodoxies and assumptions... – ...in order to evolve art/design,... – ...and to enrich, and invite us to question, our experience of the world.Tuesday, 13 November 12
  5. 5. Key aims... – Explore ‘critical practice’ as a way of identifying and challenging orthodoxies and assumptions... – ...in order to evolve art/design,... – ...and to enrich, and invite us to question, our experience of the world. – Consider your practice.Tuesday, 13 November 12
  6. 6. “Why did they do that?!”Tuesday, 13 November 12
  7. 7. “Why did they do that?!” Not... “Why do people make art/design?” But... “Why did that person do that, like that, rather than something else, like something else?”Tuesday, 13 November 12
  8. 8. The world is full of beautiful things...Tuesday, 13 November 12
  9. 9. Tuesday, 13 November 12
  10. 10. Fixes temporality freezes time ‘The Kiss’ Rodin, 1889Tuesday, 13 November 12
  11. 11. ‘The Lovers of Valdaro’ died: ~4000BCE, discovered: 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  12. 12. Tuesday, 13 November 12
  13. 13. Fractures geography Lunar Surface NASA, 1969Tuesday, 13 November 12
  14. 14. ‘La Pietà’ Michelangelo, 1499Tuesday, 13 November 12
  15. 15. ‘La Pietà’ (detail) Michelangelo, 1499Tuesday, 13 November 12
  16. 16. The lecture today is not about BEAUTY (although it is a bit)Tuesday, 13 November 12
  17. 17. ‘Cosmic Synchromy’ SYNCHRONISM Russell, 1914Tuesday, 13 November 12
  18. 18. The lecture today is not about the MATERIALISATION and EXPRESSION of IMAGINATION (although, of course, it is)Tuesday, 13 November 12
  19. 19. Tuesday, 13 November 12
  20. 20. The lecture today is not about ‘STYLE’ (but it will have to be)Tuesday, 13 November 12
  21. 21. The lecture today is not about CRITICAL THEORY (although there is some (deconstruction, appropriation, etc.))Tuesday, 13 November 12
  22. 22. Tuesday, 13 November 12
  23. 23. Pussy Riot 2012Tuesday, 13 November 12
  24. 24. The lecture today is not about PROTEST or ‘EXTERNAL’ criticism (although it sometimes is)Tuesday, 13 November 12
  25. 25. The lecture today IS about art/design being critical OF art/design (an introverted criticism)Tuesday, 13 November 12
  26. 26. ?Tuesday, 13 November 12
  27. 27. Portrait of the Artists Mother 1896Tuesday, 13 November 12
  28. 28. Portrait of the Artists Mother Picasso, 1896Tuesday, 13 November 12
  29. 29. ‘Femme en Pleurs’ Picasso, 1937Tuesday, 13 November 12
  30. 30. ‘Revival’ DAB Radio Roberts, 2012Tuesday, 13 November 12
  31. 31. ‘Radio in a Bag’ Weil, 1982Tuesday, 13 November 12
  32. 32. I am going to present a number of art/design works and the hope is that a more contingent and nuanced understanding of ‘criticality’ will emerge...Tuesday, 13 November 12
  33. 33. I am going to present a number of art/design works and the hope is that a more contingent and nuanced understanding of ‘criticality’ will emerge... – There will likely be more questions than answers todayTuesday, 13 November 12
  34. 34. I am going to present a number of art/design works and the hope is that a more contingent and nuanced understanding of ‘criticality’ will emerge... – There will likely be more questions than answers today – So why is this useful to you?Tuesday, 13 November 12
  35. 35. Tuesday, 13 November 12
  36. 36. Make things look beautifulTuesday, 13 November 12
  37. 37. Make things look beautiful vs. Make things use beautifulTuesday, 13 November 12
  38. 38. Make things look beautiful vs. Make things use interestingTuesday, 13 November 12
  39. 39. Make things look beautiful vs. Make ‘things’ that are ‘interesting’ to useTuesday, 13 November 12
  40. 40. ‘Aesthetics of use’* –––––––––––––––––– Visual Aesthetics * (Dunne, 1999)Tuesday, 13 November 12
  41. 41. Tuesday, 13 November 12
  42. 42. Tuesday, 13 November 12
  43. 43. ‘Hertzian Tales: Electronic Products, Aesthetic Experience, and Critical Desgn’. Dunne, 1999, pp.14Tuesday, 13 November 12
  44. 44. Tuesday, 13 November 12
  45. 45. Critical design: “It’s design that aims to uncover human ideas rather than shift product” ‘Hertzian Tales: Electronic Products, Aesthetic Experience, and Critical Desgn’. Dunne, 1999Tuesday, 13 November 12
  46. 46. Collection of Critical Design Objects from ‘Design Noir’ Dunne & Raby, 2005Tuesday, 13 November 12
  47. 47. Post-optimality ‘Hertzian Tales: Electronic Products, Aesthetic Experience, and Critical Desgn’. Dunne, 1999Tuesday, 13 November 12
  48. 48. Post-optimality Chindogu Kawakami, 1985+Tuesday, 13 November 12
  49. 49. Chindogu Kawakami, 1985+ Kawakami, 2004Tuesday, 13 November 12
  50. 50. Collection of Objects from ‘Accessories for a Lonely Man’ Toran, 2001Tuesday, 13 November 12
  51. 51. Criticality as a mode of thought, some ideas... – Deconstruction – AppropriationTuesday, 13 November 12
  52. 52. What do I mean by deconstruction...? The word deconstruction has different meanings for different people...Tuesday, 13 November 12
  53. 53. Deconstructionism (Philosophy) Deconstruction (deconstructing and ‘un-constructing’) Deconstructivism (Architecture)Tuesday, 13 November 12
  54. 54. ‘South Wind, Clear Sky’ (2nd of ‘36 Views of Mount Fuji’) Hokusai, 1830Tuesday, 13 November 12
  55. 55. mountainTuesday, 13 November 12
  56. 56. Ferdinand De SaussureTuesday, 13 November 12
  57. 57. Tuesday, 13 November 12
  58. 58. Jaques DerridaTuesday, 13 November 12
  59. 59. Jaques DerridaTuesday, 13 November 12
  60. 60. "Deconstruction is not synonymous with ‘destruction’, however. It is in fact much closer to the original meaning of the word analysis itself, which [...] means "to undo" [...] If anything is destroyed in a deconstructive reading, it is not the text, but the claim to unequivocal domination of one mode of signifying over another.” ‘The Critical Difference’. Johnson, 1981Tuesday, 13 November 12
  61. 61. Jaques DerridaTuesday, 13 November 12
  62. 62. Tuesday, 13 November 12
  63. 63. ‘Bleu Remix’ Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
  64. 64. ‘Bleu Remix’ Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
  65. 65. ‘Bleu Remix’ Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
  66. 66. ‘Bleu Remix’ Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
  67. 67. ‘Bleu Remix’ After 20-mins Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
  68. 68. ‘Bleu Remix’ After 40-mins Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
  69. 69. ‘Bleu Remix’ After 60-mins Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
  70. 70. ‘Bleu Remix’ Marussich, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
  71. 71. Razzle-dazzle camouflageTuesday, 13 November 12
  72. 72. ‘100 Special Moments’ Salavon, 2006Tuesday, 13 November 12
  73. 73. ‘Image Fulgurator’ Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  74. 74. “The Image Fulgurator is a device for physically manipulating photographs. It intervenes when a photo is being taken, without the photographer being able to detect anything. The manipulation is only visible on the photo afterwards.” ‘Image Fulgurator’ Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  75. 75. LENS RECORDING MEDIUM (unexposed) LIGHT APERTURE (closed) Inside a cameraTuesday, 13 November 12
  76. 76. LENS RECORDING MEDIUM (exposed) LIGHT APERTURE (open) Inside a cameraTuesday, 13 November 12
  77. 77. ‘NORMAL’ PHOTOGRAPHY View Finder Aperture Closed Projection from Fulgurator Final Photo ‘Image Fulgurator’ stage ONE: ‘looking’ Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  78. 78. ‘NORMAL’ PHOTOGRAPHY View Finder Aperture Opens Projection from Fulgurator Final Photo ‘Image Fulgurator’ stage TWO: ‘button pressed...’ Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  79. 79. ‘NORMAL’ PHOTOGRAPHY View Finder Aperture Open Projection from Fulgurator Final Photo ‘Image Fulgurator’ stage THREE: ‘camera flash’ Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  80. 80. ‘NORMAL’ PHOTOGRAPHY View Finder Aperture Closes Projection from Fulgurator Final Photo ‘Image Fulgurator’ stage FOUR: ‘photograph taken’ Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  81. 81. ‘Image Fulgurator’ Final ‘Normal’ Photograph Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  82. 82. ‘Image Fulgurator’ Inside the Image Fulgurator Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  83. 83. ‘FULGURATED’ PHOTOGRAPHY View Finder Aperture Closed Projection from Fulgurator Final Photo ‘Image Fulgurator’ stage ONE: ‘looking’ Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  84. 84. ‘FULGURATED’ PHOTOGRAPHY View Finder Aperture Opens Projection from Fulgurator Final Photo ‘Image Fulgurator’ stage TWO: ‘button pressed...’ Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  85. 85. ‘FULGURATED’ PHOTOGRAPHY View Finder Aperture Open Projection from Fulgurator Final Photo ‘Image Fulgurator’ stage THREE: ‘camera flashes’ Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  86. 86. ‘FULGURATED’ PHOTOGRAPHY View Finder Aperture Open Projection from Fulgurator Final Photo ‘Image Fulgurator’ stage FOUR: ‘Fulgurator detects flash’ Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  87. 87. ‘FULGURATED’ PHOTOGRAPHY View Finder Aperture Open Projection from Fulgurator Final Photo ‘Image Fulgurator’ stage FIVE: ‘Fulgurator flashes’ Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  88. 88. ‘FULGURATED’ PHOTOGRAPHY View Finder Aperture Closes Projection from Fulgurator Final Photo ‘Image Fulgurator’ stage SIX: ‘photograph taken’ Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  89. 89. ‘Image Fulgurator’ Expected ‘Normal’ Photograph Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  90. 90. ‘Image Fulgurator’ Actual ‘Fulgurated’ Photograph Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  91. 91. ‘L’Homme au Chapeau Melon’ Magritte, 1964Tuesday, 13 November 12
  92. 92. Tianamen Square, China Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  93. 93. Reichstag, Berlin Von Bismark, 2007Tuesday, 13 November 12
  94. 94. Live Fulgarator demo at Ars Electronica, Linz Von Bismark, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
  95. 95. What do I mean by appropriation...? “...a process by which images, forms or styles from non-art contexts, or differing art & design fields, are taken and assimilated into artistic practice.”Tuesday, 13 November 12
  96. 96. ‘Photographs of the Burroughs Family’ (Alabama share-croppers) Evans, 1936Tuesday, 13 November 12
  97. 97. Photographs of Walker Evan’s photographs Levine, 1979Tuesday, 13 November 12
  98. 98. Scans of Sherrie Levine’s photographs Mandiberg, 2001Tuesday, 13 November 12
  99. 99. Appropriation ‘Corrupt’ Sukyoung, 2009Tuesday, 13 November 12
  100. 100. Appropriation ‘Corrupt’ Sukyoung, 2009Tuesday, 13 November 12
  101. 101. Appropriation ‘Corrupt’ Sukyoung, 2009Tuesday, 13 November 12
  102. 102. Isn’t all art/design practice appropriation to some extent? These ideas of appropriation are brought to the fore in art, and made tangible/recognisable.Tuesday, 13 November 12
  103. 103. ‘Great Deeds Against the Dead’ (plate 39 from ‘Disasters of War’) Goya, 1810Tuesday, 13 November 12
  104. 104. ‘Great Deeds Against the Dead’ Chapman Bros, 1994Tuesday, 13 November 12
  105. 105. ‘Sex’ Chapman Bros, 2003Tuesday, 13 November 12
  106. 106. ‘Chapmans’ Dead Guys’ Cake & Neave, 2004Tuesday, 13 November 12
  107. 107. ‘Hirst’s Shark Tank (Renovated)’ Cake & Neave, 2008Tuesday, 13 November 12
  108. 108. ‘Emin’s Bed’ Cake & Neave, 2004Tuesday, 13 November 12
  109. 109. ‘Sunflowers’ Van Gogh, 1889,Tuesday, 13 November 12
  110. 110. Sunflowers From Petrol Station (part of the‘Crude Oils’ collection) Banksy, 2005,Tuesday, 13 November 12
  111. 111. Modified Oil Painting ‘#18’ (from the ‘Crude Oils’ collection) BanksyTuesday, 13 November 12
  112. 112. objectivesTuesday, 13 November 12
  113. 113. objectivesTuesday, 13 November 12
  114. 114. objectivesTuesday, 13 November 12
  115. 115. objectivesTuesday, 13 November 12
  116. 116. objectivesTuesday, 13 November 12
  117. 117. objectives ‘Sunset Barn’ from the ‘War’ collectionTuesday, 13 November 12
  118. 118. objectivesTuesday, 13 November 12
  119. 119. ‘Tourists’ from the ‘Tourists’ collectionTuesday, 13 November 12
  120. 120. ‘Tourists II’ by Duane Hanson, 1988Tuesday, 13 November 12
  121. 121. ‘Polar Bear Cub’ from the ‘Polar’ collectionTuesday, 13 November 12
  122. 122. ‘Paradise’ from the ‘Guerrillas in the Misc.’ collectionTuesday, 13 November 12
  123. 123. objectives Crapestry.co.ukTuesday, 13 November 12
  124. 124. Theo’s final thoughts... Consider your practice. Think about the expected ways that you do things (and everyone else does). Think about changing them. ...this is a core drive of my option and I hope to see you there...Tuesday, 13 November 12
  125. 125. Tuesday, 13 November 12

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