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‘Can you say it in a haiku?’ is my way of asking… how much can be said with as little as possible? When we are given less information it often leaves us more curious. This thesis is written with the assistance of stories to explain my development and research within an art context. A strong consideration is placed on the formative experiences which have shaped my artistic thought, and these ideas are then related to those of other artists and movements. Mainly towards the action movement in former Czechoslovakia and Jiří
Kovanda specifically, a professor that deeply inspired me during my time studying abroad in Czech Republic. The writing emphasises on what ignites the beginning of projects, the essential building blocks for the growth of what later on becomes work. Two projects of
mine are explained in depth, and there is a focus on the topics I find myself returning to – memory, how emphasis and intent can transform mundane experiences, how simplifying things often leaves them more interesting, and a forever love of community spirit.
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