Tag Archive: Wk 1

[237120, A1] Wk 1: Task 4 – Reading Comprehension of the Author’s Voice (Option A)

The brief excerpt from Chapter 7 (Conclusion) of the publication ‘Notes to Myself: Writing from the Gut’ by Sheilagh Walker is a powerful representation of the author’s Mihimihi and its relevance in an… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 1: Task 3 – Introduction to the Paper

Nicholas Mirzoeff’s introductory text entitled ‘How to See the World’ contains references to a range of interesting references to the role of visual media in modern day life. I was particularly interested in… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 1: Task 2 – Initial Position

Critical thinking is the process of analysing a subject, object or concept beyond face value. It encourages questioning the motives behind its creation, what influenced its conception, the choices behind how it is… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 1: Task 1 -Influences and Aspirations (Part 2)

Art to me represents the telling of stories; the visual representation of the sum of the artist’s experience and beliefs. This crosses all boundaries of practice, media and era; from Michelangelo to Yoko… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 1: Task 1- Positioning Yourself (Part 1)

My name is Sophia Kingsbury.    I was born in Aarhus, Denmark in 1996 to Lesley Holst and Jonathan Kingsbury. My mother is Danish, my father is from New Zealand. I have no… Continue reading