Developing Piece


I was looking at the final piece and it didn’t look stable and wasn’t very in the way the prints were mounted.

To make it stronger, I will mount the prints onto poly-board instead of cardboard strengthening the prints and will increase the lifetime of them

As mentioned in Sean’s feedback the projected photographs are a lot stronger than the screen prints. I agree with what has been said however, I will still submit the screen print version as I believe this meets the requirements of the brief as I have been able to bring a technique learnt during field into my outcome and also I have been able to bring my own practice into it.




  • Make sure posts are a lot more critical than what they are especially the ones about artists.
  • Research more artists other than the ones that are suggested by tutors or in workshops
  • Post more regularly on my timeline
  • Continue being playful with materials in work.
  • Projection images are successful
  • Find out what it is I want to do and say with my work.
  • How do I tackle my subject on celebrity culture/ idolisation of heroes and also body goals?
  • More extensive contextualisation should help strength my journal.



  • 15min of fame – Andy Warhol
  • House of America – Marc Evans
  • Pedro Almodovar films
  • Orlan
  • Cindy Sherman
  • Amalia Ulman.



All of this will also relate to subject .


Individual Piece.

As the field module comes to an end we were asked to create a final outcome. Initially, I was at a stump, then I made this!

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The idea of these projections was to play with the desired one has to become someone else. It creates this paint-like effect which is also rather strange looking.

From these projections, I wanted to bring 3D elements into the work by using paper. The ideas have been taken from the Shadow Play & Light is Colour Workshops.

Successful? I believe they are as using the layers gives the photograph dynamic and really makes the images pop. It also elaborates on the paint-like strokes on the faces.

Although these photographs were successful and I really enjoy them, I felt like they were sitting on the edge of field and were slightly tipping into subject. To push myself into field more I decided to bring more elements in from Light is Colour.

From that revelation, the true beauty came to life:


The use of screen print really highlighted the shadows and features that were in the original photograph. Colours were inspired by the colours that were in the photograph obviously I played on them and made them a lot more sickly, however, I still played with complementaries.

To create layers paper was folded so it would bounce back, a technique that is used in Pop-up books.



As some of the print work wasn’t confident enough I worked back into the prints. This created texture with direct correlation to the photographs.



LaChapelle & Höch.