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Reconstructing the Temporary Autonomous Zone pt.4

It took ages before I actually did the intervention because I wanted to film it and I needed my then flatmate Lily to lend me her camera and help me cut the result. A couple of months passed between the … Continue reading

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Reconstructing the Temporary Autonomous Zone pt.3

After my relatively unfruitful trip to the Greenwich Heritage Centre I started concentrating on the signs again. It would have been fairly easy to mock them, and in some ways quite predictable, so I wanted to go sort of deeper … Continue reading

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Spaces of Production II

Because the brief requires me to make drawings of the space I’m working in, I thought I’d make some conceptual diagrams of musical instruments, to represent the context in which my project is happening. I wanted to represent the ways … Continue reading

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Spaces of Production I

The project I’m starting now is actually something I’ve been working on for a few months, and which I think fits the SoP brief quite well. For this reason I have decided to present it as a uni work. What … Continue reading

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Reconstructing the Temporary Autonomous Zone pt.2

The first thing I did when I started working on the T.A.Z. brief was actually to choose a space for my intervention, go there, take some pictures and make some notes. It kind of strikes me that this wasn’t the … Continue reading

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Music for Asteroids

At some point of the second term, during a Methods and Processes session, it was proposed that we think of a concept or a few concepts that best describe our way of working. Without thinking much I sketched the word … Continue reading

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Reconstructing the Temporary Autonomous Zone

This afternoon I celebrated a proper scanning orgy and digitalised everything in my sketchbook that is vaguely relevant to the documentation of my past two projects. Looking back at it, it seems to me that I did a ridiculously massive … Continue reading

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