Monthly Archives: November 2016

SURY BAGENAL – GUEST LECTURER

“-Be yourself -Know your craft -Make an impact -Every little counts .” Sury Bagenal is a womenswear designer who is currently head designer at luxury retailer ‘Me+Em’, with a successful and longstanding career in fashion. It was really interesting to

SURY BAGENAL – GUEST LECTURER

“-Be yourself -Know your craft -Make an impact -Every little counts .” Sury Bagenal is a womenswear designer who is currently head designer at luxury retailer ‘Me+Em’, with a successful and longstanding career in fashion. It was really interesting to

MAKING MYSELF A MONSTER – GUEST LECTURER

Lisa Temple-Cox – Fine Artist “My current research interests revolve around the aesthetics and symbolism of the medical museum; using its collections, taxonomies, and histories as metaphors for a contemporary subjective experience of the body, in life and death. My

MAKING MYSELF A MONSTER – GUEST LECTURER

Lisa Temple-Cox – Fine Artist “My current research interests revolve around the aesthetics and symbolism of the medical museum; using its collections, taxonomies, and histories as metaphors for a contemporary subjective experience of the body, in life and death. My

THE POLITICS OF LOOKING

LOOKING/SEEING Some points I took away from Matthew Bowman’s Lecture on ‘The Politics of Looking’: -RABBIT OR DUCK? The duck-rabbit drawing was first used by American psychologist Joseph Jastrow in 1899 to make the point that perception is not only

THE POLITICS OF LOOKING

LOOKING/SEEING Some points I took away from Matthew Bowman’s Lecture on ‘The Politics of Looking’: -RABBIT OR DUCK? The duck-rabbit drawing was first used by American psychologist Joseph Jastrow in 1899 to make the point that perception is not only