Monthly Archives: December 2014

Assignment Three–Submission, Feedback & a Farewell

Tapes Ass 3-6

I submitted Assignment Three just over a week ago and have had my feedback.  The quite lengthy submission notes are here, if anyone is interested in ploughing through.  As is evident from the notes and posts on this blog, the Portraits and the Textbook project have been progressing well; and Clive’s feedback agrees with that.  Both projects are heading in the right direction; I have ideas for their eventual submission; and when I submit the fourth assignment in the Spring, I anticipate that both will either be completed (in terms of image-making) or very close to it.

The Tapes project, on the other hand, has had rather less attention and so, unsurprisingly, has developed less direction.  I proposed the possibility of dropping it and Clive agrees.  So decision made – farewell Tapes, and the stripy character is disappearing over the horizon in the image above – either in a ‘huff’ or to enjoy his freedom!  Actually, I quite like some of the work in that project and could return to it at some stage.  For the Body of Work module, however, there is sufficient meat in the other two.

So, onwards and upwards; we seem to be making progress on all fronts!