They all vary in techniques and mediums, but I like their styles. They each have a unique way of working and presenting their work, which I can learn from, as it sets them apart from other people.
I’d like to see what makes each artist unique, and how they make their work their own.
The work we imitated previously was Emma McNally‘s work. She’s really interesting and we imitated her style in the way that it created a sort of abstract map.
Her work looks like that of an astronomical type, and something out of this world.
A lot of her work is based on sound too, which I find really interesting, because people often use visuals to aid their work.
We had to choose 25 places on the tube map of where we’d been to. I wanted to spread out the places and not have it one clump. I thought this was easy until I realised I passed through many places but didn’t get off at all of them.
There are often times when you take the tube, where you can tell that you’re entering a different part of the city. Taking the tube to Canary Wharf was one of these times. As you approach the station more and more people in suits and smart clothes carrying briefcases start to pile onto the tube. The clickety clack of heels and the low murmur of business talk can be heard. Strong coffee and tea can be smelt, as they hold their beverages, trying to keep awake amongst the throng of people.
As Canary Wharf approached, the masses of business people simultaneously shuffled towards the entrance. You could tell this was their turf.