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/

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The next step.

So, assessment time is over, and it’s time to reflect. 
I received a lot of positive feedback, but now it is time to continue on and start creating again. Sound art seems to be a positive direction for me to go into, in reflection of the discussion I had with the tutors, however I am also still very much interested in continuing to combine video, photography  and further distortion work. I would also very much like to get back into performance art and perhaps revive a few characters as well as looking into creating a website as an art form within itself. 

It is a very interesting time for my own personal evolution, and I am rather excited. 


4D: New ways to create glitches

I’ve been experimenting further into different ways of producing glitched art work.

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I would like to turn some of these images into gifs.


4D: ‘Life’s a bath’ homage.

Here is my homage to the video ‘Life’s a bath’ starring John Frusciante.


4D: Symbolism of colour

Colour has a drastic impact on the way we see the world. As an experiment I made two video, both containing the same footage, same music, same timecode and same layout. However, one of the videos is using colour in an atypical pop art style, whilst the other is in varying degrees of black and white. Although the imagery can be seen as violent due to the knife, the colour dulls down the impact. The idea for this experiment came from looking at two versions of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe prints.

Marilyn Diptych 1962 by Andy Warhol 1928-1987

 

The mood of the prints becomes much bleaker and darker once the colour has been removed.


Inspiration

Inspiration


4D Inspiration: Inspiration playlist

Here is a youtube playlist of all the videos I used as footage/audio/inspiration in my art work.