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Girl in a Glass House

Another essay completed, thankfully out of the way for Christmas, and then I have to start planning a dissertation, for which I have no ideas at all.  I do, on the other hand, now know a bit more about propaganda … Continue reading

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Creating the Moment

My research project is (almost) officially under way, I’ve even got a title for it, Creating the Moment, which I’m rather proud of, and a brief summary of what it’s about, which I am due to discuss with the stand-in tutor … Continue reading

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Rodchenko and Evgenia

I haven’t written anything in this blog for over a month (apart from reblogging other people’s writings, a bit sneaky really) mainly because of laziness, but also because I’ve been engrossed in my first essay, on the subject of Rodchenko’s … Continue reading

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Rodchenko and Evgenia

Originally posted on hovercraftdoggy:
Domestication of Pyramids by Magdalena Jetelová are pyramid-sculptures, covered by volcanic ashes, and have been shown at the Museum of Applied Arts / Vienna, Martin-Gropius-Bau / Berlin, National Museum of Contemporary Art / Warsaw, Irish Museum…

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Originally posted on I've got some art stuck in my eye:
I’m having one of those moments when I wonder where I’ve been.  I mean, seriously, how is it possible that I’d never heard of Henri Rivière until last…

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When I started this blog I promised myself I would keep it up to date, and in line with my progress on the MA course. I thought I was doing ok, until last week’s lecture, snappily titled “Interdisciplinarity, Intermediality, Non-disciplinarity”, … Continue reading

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Why are there several Arts? And not just one?

A simple question, really, but it appears there is no simple answer.  Last week’s lecture on Artistic Synthesis and Artistic Purity covered quite a lot of ground on the differences between art forms in terms of their apprehension through different … Continue reading

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