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Master of Fine Art International Practice

University College for the Creative Arts at Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham, Maidstone and Rochester
(formerly Kent Institute of Design - KIAD)
Canterbury Campus Fine Arts Student: Laury Dizengremel

Writing Assignments


Critical Evaluation 3 - due in November 2005?
Laury Dizengremel

Evaluation

Theoretical Development

Present the philosophical content of your project in its current state. How has this changed since the beginning of Stage II? In what way might this change be attributed to your thematic research (reading, observational research, etc.) directly connected to the content of your project? In what way is it to be attributed to the development of theory specific to your work (critical questions formed systematically from a body of theory)?

Material and Technical Evaluation

What material development has taken place in the studio? Give a material and technical description of the work indicating the process by which one work, working strategy, or set of questions has led to another work.

Negotiation

How have communication, negotiation and the limits or opportunities for forward planning materially affected your project up to this time?

Report:


The Project's material and technique

What materials are you using currently?

Will you be using those materials in the final realisation of the project?

What technical means are you using?

Do you foresee at this time any problems or risks in your material and technical requirements?

Spatial Experimentation

What questions of scale and proportion are you considering?

Describe the form of your work with reference to its presentation.

Thematic Research

Describe the progress you have made in your reading and observational research.

How is the theme of your project developing within the international context?

Communication Strategies

What consideration have you given to your audience?

Evaluation

What will be the likely material and technical requirements for the realisation of the project?

What further instruction or specialist technical assistance are you likely to require?

How would you describe your achievements in international practice over the past forty five weeks and what are the remaining difficulties?

Bibliography:


Websites:

  1. Essay One 10 January 2005
  2. Essay Two 7 March 2005
  3. Critical Evaluation 1 8 April 2005
  4. Critical Evaluation 2
  5. Critical Evaluation 3
  6. PG Dips - Research Paper for Viva

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  1. Original Description of MFA Project
  2. Research Methodology Chart for MFA Project
  3. Action Plan 1 -
  4. Action Plan 2 -
  5. Final Description of MFA Project
  1. Essay One 10 January 2005
  2. Essay Two 7 March 2005
  3. Critical Evaluation 1 8 April 2005
  4. Critical Evaluation 2
  5. Critical Evaluation 3
  6. PG Dips - Research Paper for Viva
  7. Artist Statement for MFA Final Show Sept. 2006
  1. Sculpture
  2. Photography
  3. Video
  4. Installation
  1. Personal bibliography
  2. Travel links
  3. Artist and art websites
  1. Curriculum Vitae
  2. List of professional commissions executed , works purchased and works exhibited during course period Sept. 2004 to Sept. 2006
  3. List of professional engagements (symposia, lectures, etc.) during course period Sept. 2004 to Sept. 2006

E-mail: sculptures@sculpture-design.com

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