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A word in your ear: The undoing of an object as a strategy for learning in Fine Art practice

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The complexities of an art practice – often incorporating latent methods, questions and influences – can be hard to make sense of, even by the maker. The purpose and validity of messy, iterative, searching enquiries can often only be understood once they have become folded into the artwork. Learning occurs within, and through, practice. A word in your ear: The undoing of an object as a strategy for learning in Fine Art practice aims to develop an approach which captures how an artist le...

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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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