• Greg Lock

Questions and methodology


James Charlton, my TT Supervisor, provided me with a top tip.. He told the story of how he has a white board in his studio to help him figure out his essential questions. He suggested that the immediacy of being able to add and remove words was easy in this medium and that every day he walked in to his space and he would see his question. I liked the idea and I had this chalkboard from the 80's that was headed for the dump.

I found myself writing two things:

Why aren't digital objects as satisfying as reals ones?

How can a 3D image substitute as a memory?

Tomorrow when I am back in the studio I will fiddle with those questions.


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