Because this module of study was focused on experimentation and exploration in terms of development, I freely and divergently tested this process throughout, possibly devoting too much time to this phase, dreading the presentation and modes of display for the assessment with the amount of time I have allowed for this process.
The work I am producing for this project creates a very intimate space with the viewer in which the concept of theory and my practice have led my design decisions which have emotionally controlled the layout, materials and typographical placement and techniques.
This blog entry will focus solely on the backgrounds for the front and back covers I am working on for documentation of process and experimentation methods. I feel if I were to go into the logotype, the layout design, etc. that the point of this message would be overshadowed by noise.
I will begin this blog writing about my passion: Culture. Youth culture in particular. I believe that youth culture is the driving force of society, communication, art, music, and the nemesis of politics.
These outcomes will respond to the theme acting as a stimulus to creative problem solving for the project.
My methodologies are a blend of goal and process oriented systems where there is a beginning and an end to the project brief but the idea generation phase isn’t always subjective to the progression of the selected goals, but rather subjective to research.
In this form of play questions are formed, ideas are structured, tested, questioned, iteratively.
Practice led research = practice based research practice as research uses a form of research based on the works itself intended to identify research outputs. I
Interpretive research is vastly different in that it is similar to qualitative practices but distinct in its approach placing subjects of study in their contexts, historical, linguistic, etc. shaped by the social contexts of human experience.