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Film as a research tool: Janna Edwards

By Natasha mayo and Cardiff Metropolitan University

Abstract

This resource is concerned with the ways in which ideas develop in creative practice. It has been created in the belief that the study of art is not solely about the making of ‘things’ but understanding the ways in which those inanimate forms can shape the experience and understanding of others. It is hoped that through the discussion these films provoke, we may begin to find account of the mechanisms of creative thought both on behalf of the artist and the viewer. In this video Janna Edwards explores the ways in which ideas develop in creative practice

Topics: process, pedagogy, aesthetics, jorumcomp10, art, sculpture, analysis, ideas, materials, expression, creative thinking, problem solving, fragmentation, development, drawing, presentation, curation, design, ceramics, juxtaposition, curation, exhibition, illustration, film, research, formalism, psychoanalytical, phenomenology, reflection, video, environment, creativity, oer, Creative arts & design, W000
Publisher: Cardiff Metropolitan University
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.jorum.ac.uk:10949/17418
Provided by: Jorum Open
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