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Sound as Site

This is an example of visual works made in response to sound and silence, allowing these elements to guide the pieces. As well as using the reverberations or lack thereof as drivers for the work, we also responded to one another's work, making a large group piece together on the floor. Conversation is banned and this stimulates individual focus while retaining a group mentality, all being in the same location and often working on the same paper.

Artist Inspiration: Anne Douglas, William Kentridge, Ken Nordine

From working collaboratively we then worked individually in response to our contribution to the group piece. 

This type of work allows the student to access their own personal aesthetic while being able to collaborate with others. This type of exercise allows students to easily understand and apply the theoretical frameworks which guide the requirements for their final exams.

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