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FMP: Week 11

So we’re now in to week 11 of my final major project based on self-identity and childhood memory, and it’s surreal to think how far I’ve progressed within the last 3 months. This project has been hard work, not only through the taxing workload bu through the emotional investment that the subject matter has demanded […]

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FMP: Week 3-5

I’m rolling a few weeks into one post this week as I’ve just returned from Easter break. I spent a large proportion of my break focusing on my contextual essay: Childhood, memory and art. I primarily looked at two key artists who have inspired me so far, Dorothea Tanning and Annette Messager. Before I went

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Childhood Identity

For the research component of my Art Foundation Final Major Project I visited both the V&A Museum of Childhood and Pollock’s Toy Museum in London. It was an adventure into the enchanting stories of childhoods past, each museum offering a collection of the weird and wonderful: toys, dolls, doll houses, rattles, tea sets, puppets. If

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