Level 4 Summative Assessment

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Subject (Final subject work presented in formative assessment) 

Final Piece 1:

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‘Your love is fading’ video series

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https://broganknight.wordpress.com/2013/12/02/final-piece-1-your-love-is-fading-series/

 

Final piece 2:

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https://broganknight.wordpress.com/2013/12/03/final-piece-2-your-love-is-fading-painting/

 

Key supporting subject works presented in formative assessment: 

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https://broganknight.wordpress.com/category/subject/

 

Field

Final field piece, project group:

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https://broganknight.wordpress.com/2014/03/11/4d-project-film-homework/

 

Final Field Piece, Alternative:

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http://comecloser2014.tumblr.com/

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https://broganknight.wordpress.com/2014/03/23/field-project-final-piece/

 

Field Supporting Work:

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https://broganknight.wordpress.com/category/field/

 

Group project:

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https://broganknight.wordpress.com/2014/03/17/group-field-project-final-videos/


First years manifesto

Manifesto was a project in which fine art was divided into 3 different art categories and created work in each category.

2D
2D created collages, fanzines and also worked with print:

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3D created drawing machines which acted with or without the input of human interactions:

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4D created 1 minute videos on the theme ‘One in One into One’ which I have spoken a lot about under my ‘manifesto’ category.


QR Codes for my blog and videos.

Final Piece 1: videos

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Final piece 2: Painting

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Blog

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4D Inspiration: ‘Stuff’

Stuff is a documentary about the house of Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante. It was made in 1993 by Johnny Depp and Gibby Haynes, the lead singer of the Butthole Surfers. Dr. Timothy Leary is also present in the video. The film’s main purpose was to depict the chaos and instability of Frusciante’s life.

Simple, beautiful, deeply personal. Definitely something to look into.


4D Inspiration: Bas Jan Ader

It isn’t often someone’s work moves me as much as this video does. Ader’s work was in many instances presented as photographs and film of his performances. He also made performative installations, including Please Don’t Leave Me (1969). Ader was lost at sea in 1975 between Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States and Ireland, when he set out to sea from Cape Cod in a small sailing boat as part of an attempt to cross the Atlantic Ocean. His empty boat eventually washed up on the coast of Ireland.

His work is beautiful, naive and honest. I’m considering looking into more personal/performance style videos in future and am using this as a referance point.


Your love is fading: Gifs

Here are the gifs I used in ‘Your love is fading’

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Your love is fading