Update since last week
Friday 10th July
Feedback and thoughts form the Group Crit …
How will the viewer realize that my installation is about memory?
Linear time and non-linear … how it links to memory
Hand held torches?
Use an image that everyone remembers?
Pressure pads for lighting?
Textiles in the surface design room – see Tom
The film Blow Up
Soundscapes – National Gallery
Saturday 11th July
The table-top printing press has arrived. Spent time getting to grips with what it can do. The acetate printing process works reasonably well – but it is not right for my current practice. I will need to have my images printed at uni then come back and use the cellulite thinners printing process
Monday 13th July
Need better quality image and be mindful of losing resolution when enlarging
The image I have chosen is unforgettable. How does this support the concept?
Keep to the original concept
Share my research with my supervisor
Tuesday 14th July
After meeting with my supervisor yesterday I am concentrating again on my proposal…..
The dissolution of now, wilting into then
What is being explored
This enquiry is based upon the fading of an experience as it is consigned to memory.
It will also explore nostalgia as both a construct with biographical meaning and a channel for romanticism.
The enquiry will include deeper analysis of statements such as, The state of not knowing is a valuable one.  and An absence of meaning opens up a rift in time 
The outcomes will determine the final title of the works.
 Lee, R. speaking at Arts re Search Conference, Oxford Brookes University, 7th June 2015