Core Course Dec 3 Lecture 2009

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how a visual art practice relates to the notion of audience(s) - given to the core course research methods element of the post grad program at NUCA

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Core Course Dec 3 Lecture 2009

  1. 1. Dec 05 - 2009 core course audiences
  2. 2. why do you make work?
  3. 3. who is the work for?
  4. 4. where does the work go?
  5. 5. what is your job?
  6. 6. testing
  7. 12. from private to public
  8. 18. http://lesbicknell@blogspot.com
  9. 19. people
  10. 21. community engagement
  11. 22. consultation
  12. 23. workshops
  13. 24. information
  14. 30. building
  15. 32. celebration
  16. 33. some tools
  17. 46. Homezone - ‘office’ - Lowestoft
  18. 51. objects
  19. 56. place/context
  20. 74. Envisioning change - Homezone - Lowestoft journey of a project
  21. 75. connecting meeting groups/individuals involvement to develop understanding
  22. 77. listening talking
  23. 78. envisioning building a visual language
  24. 79. what we don’t like
  25. 80. what we like
  26. 83. givens art givens
  27. 84. consultation making process transparent display work/models enabling involvement feeding back to groups/individuals
  28. 94. positioning your practice
  29. 95. object maker
  30. 96. audience object
  31. 98. audience object maker
  32. 100. audience object maker audience object audience object
  33. 102. audience object maker
  34. 104. audience object maker
  35. 106. audience object maker
  36. 108. audience object maker
  37. 110. audience object maker object
  38. 112. audience object maker
  39. 114. audience object maker
  40. 116. audience object maker
  41. 118. audience object maker
  42. 120. maker audience audience audience audience audience audience audience

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