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These photographs explore the displacement of familiar objects. The space of the supermarket and the use of supermarket goods offer a sense of familiarity to the viewer. This highlights how perception is not only through conscious mind but also a bodily engagement with the world and in relation to the individual. The blur technique is used to explore visual indeterminacy and highlight how judgement utilities previous knowledge and memories to recognise objects or what is un recognisable.
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10/28/16
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These images explore the relationship between spaces that are determined by sight versus spaces that are determined by touch. I was interested in what effect removing or distorting 'solidarity' has on the way spaces are perceived, understood and navigated through touch, specifically in regards to those, like myself, who have low vision, or individuals with vision impairment. The stitch on the distorted, blurred and collaged spaces acts as a form of 'braille' to transform a strictly 'visual' experience into a space constructed and understood through 'touch'.
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10/11/16
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An exploration of the senses, considering how we visualise sound. Looking into the way we remember sounds and the feelings they provoke. This varies depending on the individual, their current state of mind and their surroundings.

As intelligent beings we have learnt to filter out excess sounds, isolating only important sound we need to hear. Other times we lose focus, sound becoming a grey area in the mind, a sort of static; imagine the hum of air conditioning or the constant rumble of a car engine.

We so quickly put an image to a familiar sound, even if we can't see what made the sound. At times we use this ability to engage with the Sublime by using our imagination. Listening to stormy rain hitting the window with the curtains closed can provoke a feeling of bliss knowing you are safe and warm inside.
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On visual perception, framing and indeterminacy.

Inspired by the ideas of psychologists, philosophers, scientists and artists alike about how we see the world and arrive to an understanding of it, the collection of images focus on looking at something that is ambiguous/non-recognisable because the placement and context do not make sense and we are not used to seeing it like that, as well as on humans' constant framing of images and scenes to get a consistent experience and knowledge.


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11.10.16
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These three images are exploring how psychedelic drugs change your perception. My images specifically look at how your sense of sight is altered while under the influence of these drugs.
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10/11/16
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The perception of water and it’s role in revealing the sublime:

By embracing the sublime we reject the conventional framework of beauty built by analysing forms only for their symmetry, proportion and unity. Water is the element that is more in touch with the earth than any other, its strength is unmatched and its necessity to life is unparalleled. To admit what we cannot control opens us up to experiencing the sublime. How water interacts with the environment and how we interact with it on a daily basis can alter the perspective of our daily routines and allows us to envision and accept the insignificance of ourselves.
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10/11/16
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These images challenge how we can change the meaning of objects by humanising them through sight, to guide perception. When we see fruit, outside of their fruit bowl, do we have the oppurtunity to change their meaning.
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10/10/16
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My idea for the images was around the way social constructs, particularly gender, can influence the way we perceive things, and the way even inanimate objects are perceived as being gendered.
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10/11/16
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Material: Push pins, foam board, Wool, Sellotape.
I made this Pin board and let my friend to touch it by her figure, feet and other body parts. The importance of these three pictures is not only about generating a tactile sense but also how this sense trigger our perception. Feeling the sharpness from the pin immediately, the " in-between"softness from the wool...
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