Part 2: Exercise 2.4 – Research point

Brief

Conclude your work on Part Two by looking at some contemporary artists who work on metal or mirrored surfaces. You might want to do your own research into the work of these artists and others who work in a similar way.

I decided not to explore the artists mentioned in the course notes in more detail, but rather to seek out some more contemporary artists who work(ed) on metal or mirrored surfaces.

For this artist assessment I chose to adapt the previous format I had used in Part 1 of the course, mainly to simplify the format on the page. For this I referred to Williams, G. (2014) How to write about contemporary art. e–book edn. London: Thames and Hudson; and decided to go with the “What is it?”, “What might this mean?”, “So what?” format.

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Part 2 Exercise 2.4 research point, page 1
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Part 2 Exercise 2.4 research point, page 2
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Part 2 Exercise 2.4 research point, page 3
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Part 2 Exercise 2.4 research point, page 4
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Part 2 Exercise 2.4 research point, page 5
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Part 2 Exercise 2.4 research point, page 6
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Part 2 Exercise 2.4 research point, page 7
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Part 2 Exercise 2.4 research point, page 8
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Part 2 Exercise 2.4 research point, page 9

Stuart Brownlee – 512319
11 December 2016

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