Norwich University of the Arts, 2013, BA (Hons) Fine Art
This practice aims to convey a visual language that demonstrates the fluid ambiguity of meaning, and of reading; through discourse, changing contexts, and in a physical communicative style.
Studying semiotics challenges linguistic traditions, methods of curation, and medium, but more intensively it confronts the connotation forced and attached to particular words, via experience and perspective.
Deconstruction and Deconstructivism theory fuel this. They intend to tilt, to fragment, and to stylize forming a dysfunctional and seemingly misguided structure, making way for an accessible alternative freedom within language.
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