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Generation and Nations

The start of the MA is great but it is also overwhelming; learning how to think about the main body of work and how to adapt it to different shows, how to stay honouring my practice but also fulfil the requirements. Also learning to log, record, document as I go along in such away that I can go back and check it out. It’s like I need to instill the ground work of good practice so that I can professionally manage and be efficient.

So far there have been many found ideas which the objects themselves seem to be leading me. I am keeping the integrity of the work by recognising the object I found was a result of God suggesting where I look.

I am not experimenting with basket weave, paint drying, cutting paint itself and exploring the properties of paint independently l.

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