Who are you?  and  How do you think?
finding a context
 
 
my practice
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
why find one? vacuum  moving forward learning  growing position aspiration
ask yourself questions lots and continuously
why do you make work?
what’s it for?
what do you want from your work?
what do you get from your work?
what is your work about?
who is your audience?
where does the work go?
what do you like doing?
building a reference point
materials process ideas/concepts intention
connections art history  music dance writing general history geography/place contemporary practice  science
materials and process’s understand what you work with become an expert
contemporary practice the work of others what interests you? materials process work methodology influences
the work of others - where? magazines papers library galleries internet  shops moodle conferences databases street archive...
your visibility magazines  data bases books  exhibitions web sites  retail fairs design
economics how do you want to live your life?
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09 003 Who Are You And How Do You Think

  1. 1. Who are you? and How do you think?
  2. 2. finding a context
  3. 5. my practice
  4. 36. why find one? vacuum moving forward learning growing position aspiration
  5. 37. ask yourself questions lots and continuously
  6. 38. why do you make work?
  7. 39. what’s it for?
  8. 40. what do you want from your work?
  9. 41. what do you get from your work?
  10. 42. what is your work about?
  11. 43. who is your audience?
  12. 44. where does the work go?
  13. 45. what do you like doing?
  14. 46. building a reference point
  15. 47. materials process ideas/concepts intention
  16. 48. connections art history music dance writing general history geography/place contemporary practice science
  17. 49. materials and process’s understand what you work with become an expert
  18. 50. contemporary practice the work of others what interests you? materials process work methodology influences
  19. 51. the work of others - where? magazines papers library galleries internet shops moodle conferences databases street archives films
  20. 52. your visibility magazines data bases books exhibitions web sites retail fairs design
  21. 53. economics how do you want to live your life?

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