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Temporalities And The Drawn Response To The Conservation And Restoration Of Paintings, Brian Fay
This paper will consider the temporal implications for drawing in the light of conservation and restoration treatments to paintings by the Seventeenth Century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer.
Using three critical frameworks: Norman Bryson’s becoming model for drawing and the relationship of liminality to a painting during conservation/restoration, George Didi Huberman’s anti-chronological reading of the detail and the pan in painting, and Walter Benjamin’s definitions of drawing the paper will seek to address some implications for a drawing practice that responds to a pre-existing museum artworks.
The paper will present some findings from my own drawing practice ...
Finding Time: How It Is Made Visual Artists Newsletter, Brian Fay
Brian Fay outlines the processes and concepts underpinning his practice
Design Principles: Continue With Critiquing :Written Report, Peter Dee
A written report about an object which is considered to be an example of good design focusing on two principles of design; aesthetic usability effect and affordance.
Enterprise Ireland: Student Creativity Day Design Competition, Peter Dee
Peter Dee - Strategic Design & Marketing Consultant, was responsible for the design and development of the brand identity for the Enterprise Ireland Student Creativity Day which was used on business cards, letterhead, appliction forms, information literature, large format posters, t-shirts and website. Competing in multi-disciplinary teams, students provided an innovative & creative solution to an exacting design brief. The design brief reflected the following themes: interface, learning, science, media, communications and fashion. The design jury included representatives of Irish business and IDI members.