Aims: Postgraduate Diploma To produce multidisciplinary art forms that informs and questions the conflict of belief in the afterlife. To develop a practical understanding of digital technology for documentation of process art. To gain further understanding on the contextual subject of afterlife and the idea of reincarnation and transformation.
Learning Goal 2 To gain a clear understanding on significant theories on the area of death and the afterlife. Areas explored Near Death Experience. Consciousness Parapsychology Phenomenology Reincarnation
Sabrina Gschwandtner Juxtaposing textiles and film, with video documentation of the process of making .
Ann Wilson Errant behaviours 2002 Frame by frame construction of textile pieces documented in animation. Evolving ideas of growth and connections with death through the black lace.
Learning Goal 1 To produce a range of visual art forms that have audience interaction, mentally, physically or emotionally, creating a contemplation of death, and a questioning of how the afterlife exists.
Transition exhibition submission. Personal interpretation of consciousness and the possibilities of it being a energy force that leaves the body and morphs into a variety of forms. Consciousness Continued
Juxtaposing photographic still and film projection
Learning Goal 4. To gain principle knowledge in the undertaking of professional project proposals relating to producing commissioned artwork. To write and submit the project proposal to either an arts institution for funding or exhibition. Bloom - Faithful Light