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  1. 1. defining research within practice
  2. 2. ask yourself questions lots and continuously what do you like doing? why do you make work? what’s your work 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?
  3. 3. What is it that you do?
  4. 4. TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO ROLL CREASE FOLD STORE BEND SHORTEN TWIST TWINE DAPPLE CRUMPLE SHAVE TEAR CHIP SPLIT CUT SEVER DROP REMOVE SIMPLIFY DIFFER DISARRANGE SHAVE OPEN MIX SPLASH KNOT SPILL DROOP TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO OF OF OF OF OF OF OF TO TO TO TO TO TO FLOW SWIRL ROTATE SMEAR FLOOD FIRE IMPRESS INLAY LIFT CURVE SUPPORT HOOK SUSPEND SPREAD HANG TENSION GRAVITY ENTROPY NATURE GROUPING LAYERING FELTING COLLECT GRASP TIGHTEN BUNDLE HEAP GATHER TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO ARRANGE REPAIR DISCARD PAIR DISTRIBUTE SURFEIT SCATTER COMPLEMENT ENCLOSE SURROUND ENCIRCLE HIDE COVER WRAP DIG TIE BIND WEAVE JOIN MATCH LAMINATE BOND HINGE MARK EXPAND DILUTE LIGHT REVISE TO TO OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF TO TO TO TO TO TO TO OF OF OF OF TO OF OF MODULATE DISTRILL WAVES ELECTROMAGNETIC INERTIA IONIZATION POLARIZATION REFRACTION SIMULTANEITY TIDES REFLECTION EQUILIBRIUM SYMMETRY FRICTION STRETCH BOUNCE ERASE SPRAY SYSTEMATIZE REFER FORCE MAPPING LOCATION CONTEXT TIME TALK PHOTOSYNTHESIS CARBONIZATION Serra Verb list 67-68 TO CONTINUE
  5. 5. making connections art history music dance writing general history geography/place contemporary practice science
  6. 6. your making - contextual framework social personal political critical/ theoretical historical geographical institutional cultural
  7. 7. social cultural personal historical political institutional critical/theoretical geographical
  8. 8. reflective practice
  9. 9. Getting it out of your head Diagram
  10. 10. Getting it out of your head Sketch
  11. 11. Getting it out of your head Modelling
  12. 12. Deciding on what the idea should become. Looking at what already exists Looking at the work of others Reflecting on your initial intention What is it for ? Where does it go? Who is it for?
  13. 13. finding your relationship your practice
  14. 14. the journal - a place for...... Recording thoughts, ideas, observations, things Reflecting to gain understanding Analyzing to further your learning Concluding setting out what you have thought about
  15. 15. how to use it write often note down dates and times write freely - without hesitation write down stuff even if its not relevant
  16. 16. questions what happened? why did it happen? what do I think about this? what should I do as a result of this? how do I do this?
  17. 17. lateral thinking problem solving material understanding experimental investigation research skills
  18. 18. bookness what can a book be? what makes a book a book? when does a book stop being a book? where does book end?
  19. 19. binding
  20. 20. order
  21. 21. collections
  22. 22. structure
  23. 23. folding
  24. 24. words / text
  25. 25. Ian Hamilton Finlay
  26. 26. codes/communication
  27. 27. documentation / dissemination
  28. 28. performance
  29. 29. image
  30. 30. process
  31. 31. distribution
  32. 32. sequence
  33. 33. observe and collect
  34. 34. unpicking and rebinding unpickingandrebinding.blogspot.com
  35. 35. The Ambassadors Return to the English Court 1495 -1500 Vittore Carpaccio
  36. 36. Crafts Council of Ireland Modified Expression.
  37. 37. Codex – between this and that. http://codexinvestigations.tumblr.com/
  38. 38. repeat - http://www.academia.edu/1316741/Repe
  39. 39. Durer Self-Portrait at 26 1498
  40. 40. William Morris
  41. 41. In that empire, the craft of cartography attained such perfection that the map of a single province covered the space of an entire city and the map of the empire itself an entire province. In the course of time, these extensive maps were found somehow wanting, and so the College of Cartographers evolved a map of the empire that was of the same scale as the empire and that coincided with it point for point. The following generations, less attentive to the study of cartography, came to judge a map of such magnitude cumbersome and quite useless and it was abandoned to the rigours of sun and rain. In the western deserts, tattered fragments of the map are still to be found sheltering an occasional beast or beggar; in all the land, no other relic is left of the discipline of geography. Borges, Jose Luis. On Exactitude in Science.
  42. 42. when does a bend become a fold? when does an object become itself?
  43. 43. Plate III, Drawings of clubs, boomerangs, shields and spears moving from simple forms to complex in a radiating pattern. On the Evolution of Culture 1875. Rethinking PittRivers | Pitt-Rivers Publications Plates. Pitt-Rivers
  44. 44. a thing is just a thing without a story
  45. 45. the link between the pleat and the liperello (concertina) binding
  46. 46. unpickingandrebinding.blogspot.com
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