Category Archives: Research

Takagi Masakatsu-Continuous Moving Paintings

Last week, while commuting to work, a colleague critiqued some of  my practice which were a few rotoscopes and my current project. Alienation & Conformity (2015)  involved a large amount of individual film frame texturing, he noticed that my practice was not too dissimilar from … Continue reading

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Jeff Scher

As part of my contextual research, I have been looking at the work of Jeff Scher. He is an animator, underground film-maker and painter based in New York. As a rotoscope film-maker, he has a very individual approach. Since 1980 … Continue reading

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The Pub (Joseph Pierce, 2012)

The Pub (Joseph Pierce 2012) Joseph Pierce’s ‘The Pub’ (2012) is a rotoscoped animation which focuses on a day in the life of a barmaid who works in a gloomy pub in North London. The animation was inspired by Pierce’s time … Continue reading

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The Amygdala

As part of my contextual research, I’ve been researching what happens when our mind detects fear and the defence mechanisms we have to combat our fears. When we are faced with a situation where our emotions are provoked such as … Continue reading

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Contextual Research

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Action Research: Questionnaire

In Wednesday’s lecture; The Reflective Practitioner, we learned about Action Research. We were shown a number of examples from various scholars. During the lecture I recalled a teacher training workshop on the same topic. However, the term Action Research was … Continue reading

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