Year: 2001 Level: First Years, Autumn Semester 1 Unit: 33062 Foundation Studies 1 Duration: 6 days Dates: April 23, 30, May 7, 14, 21, 28, June 4 Origin This project was again something of a team-effort, although the original question around what constitutes a skill was my suggestion. The preliminary … Continue reading UWS Archive: Skill, Skilled, Skilling
The initial sessions of the project involved the 10 groups we were assigned to work with, determining the sites they would be using. We held a series of discussions with them on-site engaging with the logistics of their various proposals.
Year: 1998 Level: First Years, Spring Semester 1 Unit: 33064 Foundation Studies 3 Duration: 6 days Dates: July 27, August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Origin This project, the first of only two offered in the unit for the semester, was co-conceived with Rhett Brewer. Premise We thought it would be an interesting strategy to … Continue reading UWS Archive: Fish
Year: 1998 Level: First Years, Autumn Semester 1 Unit: 33062 Foundation Studies 1 Duration: 9 days Dates: March 2, 5, 9#, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 30. # MCA visit:: Yves Klein Exhibition Origin The opening project in 1998 followed a similar strategy to the previous year, with the first … Continue reading UWS Archive: Klein Blue & Belderu
“The very uselessness of play is its greatest asset. It is this freedom from design or commitment that allows chance to juxtapose things which would not otherwise have been arranged in this way, to construct a sequence of events which would not otherwise have been constructed.”
Year: 1995 Level: First Year, Autumn Semester 1 Unit: 33064 Foundation Studies 3 (Media Studies) Interdisciplinary Workshop Duration: 3 days Dates: May 17, 24, 31 Origin Joan Grounds, head of Interdisciplinary Studies at the time invited me to offer a 3 day workshop to a group of 27 first year … Continue reading UWS Archive: Plate, Play (Sight Unseen)
Exercises offered by the other lectures at this time generally steered around traditional drawing processes, taking significant liberties with what drawing could be, so my particular offering operated as a ‘conventional’ counterweight or complement to the others.