Bibliography

Part 1

Project 1:

Elle Decoration (2016) Stylish interiors. [Adversiting feature] In: Elle Decoration. May-June 2016. p.201.Marie Claire Maison (2016) 

Visa Hotels. In: Marie Claire Maison. No. 485. May-June 2016. p176-180

Jackson, P. (2011) Folding techniques for designers: from sheet to form. London. Lawrence King.

Wolff, C. (1996) The art of manipulating fabric. Iola, Wisconsin. Krause publications. 

 

Project 2:

Hess, A. (2009) Oscar Niemeyer buildings. New York. Rizzoli.
 
Revere McFadden, D. (2009) Slash: Paper under the knife. New York:Museum of Arts and Design.
 
Schneiderman, D. (2016) ‘Bespoke: Tailoring the Mass-produced Prefabricated Interior’ In: Schneiderman, D. and Griffith Winton, A. Textile Technology and Design: From Interior Space to Outer Space.  London. Bloomsbury. pp.95-107
 
Vyzoviti, S. (2012) Folding architecture: Spatial, structural and organisational diagrams. Amsterdam. BIS publishers.
 

Project 3:

Campbell-Harding, V. and Grey, M. (2006) Stitch Dissolve, Distort with Machine Embroidery. London. Batsford.

Gunner, J. (2006) Shibori for Textile Artists. London. Batsford.

Hedley, G. (2004) Surfaces for Stitch – Plastics, Films and Fabric. London. Batsford.

Klein, M. (2011) Fiber Futures: Japan’s Textile Pioneers. New York. Japan Society Gallery.

McCarty, C. and McQuaid, M. (2000) Structure and surface: Contemporary Japanese textiles. New York. Museum of Modern Art.

OMG! Heart (n.d.) Yasuko Iyanaga A Gift from the Sea: Air [Pinterest pin, n.d.] At: http://pin.it/ItB63RT (Accessed 10 October 2016)

Sudo, K. and Birnbaum, A. (1997) Suke Suke: The Emperor’s New Fabrics. Tokyo. NUNO Corporation.  

Thittichai, K. (2007) Hot Textiles: Inspiration and Techniques with Heat Tools. London. Batsford.

  

Project 4:

Dahlstrup, J. (2011) On a Sailor’s Grave, Solo exhibition at Hans Alf Gallery, Coppenhagen 23.05-30.06.11 At: http://www.jacobdahlstrup.com/gallery_570841.html (Accessed 28 September 2016)

Sandu Cultural Media (2014) Paper works. Berkeley. Ginkgo Press. 

Thittichai, K. (2009) Experimental textiles (a Journey through design, interpretation and inspiration). London. Batsford. 


Project 5:

Abakanowicz, M. (n.d.) Magdalena Abakanowicz: About. At: http://www.abakanowicz.art.pl/about/-about.php.html (Accessed 9 October 2016)
 
Artstack (n.d.) “Holding onto myself” Peter Callesen. At:https://theartstack.com/artist/peter-callesen/holding-myself (Accessed 28 September 2016)
 
Dictionary.com (2016) ‘Puncture’ definition [online] At: http://www.dictionary.com/browse/puncture (Accessed 27 September 2016)
 
Feuilles (2016) [Advertising] In: Marie Claire Maison No.485, May-June 2016 
 
Galerie De Bellefeuille (2015) FURUNES, Anne-Karin. At: http://debellefeuille.com/furunes-anne-karin/ (Accessed 27 September 
2016)
 
Healy, R. (2012) ‘The Parody of the Motley Cadaver: Displaying the Funeral of Fashion’. In: Hemmings, J. (Ed.) The Textile Reader. London. Berg. pp.89-98.
 
Illenberger, S. (2015) Wonderplants At: http://www.sarahillenberger.com/news/143/1-8-2015 (Accessed 10 October 2016)
 
Kettle, A. and McKeating, J. (Eds) (2012a) Hand Stitch Perspectives. London. Bloomsbury.
 
Kettle, A. and McKeating, J. (2012b) ‘Contemporary practices: where are we now?’ In: Kettle, A. and McKeating, J. (Eds) Hand Stitch Perspectives. London. Bloomsbury. pp. 196-207. 
 
Mansur, R. (2011) Jum Nakao’s Paper Couture. At: http://fashion-design.wonderhowto.com/news/sewing-invisible-jum-nakaos-paper-couture-0127370/ (Accessed 28 September 2016)
 
Mitchison, L. (2012) ‘Out of the Ordinary’ In: Kettle, A. and McKeating, J. (Eds) Hand Stitch Perspectives. London. Bloomsbury. pp. 154-157.
 
Parrott, H. (2013) Mark-making in Textile Art. London. Batsford.
 
Revere McFadden, D. (2009) Slash: Paper under the knife. New York:Museum of Arts and Design.
 
Sandu Cultural Media (2014) Paper works. Berkeley. Ginkgo Press. 
 
Takadoi, K. (n.d.) “HAPPA (leaves) detail” [Stitch, twigs and grass on washi paper] At: http://www.kazuhitotakadoi.com/work.html (Accessed 10 October 2016)
 
Tellier-Loumagne, F. (2006) The Art of Embroidery: Inspirational stitches, textures and surfaces. London. Thames & Hudson.
 

Part 2

Project 1:

An introduction to the cloth and memory {2} exhibition at Salts Mill (2013) [user generated content online] Creat. Direct Design. 22 August 2013. At:https://vimeo.com/72888357 (Accessed 16 November 2016)
 
Art21.org (2001-16) Sarah Sze: About the artist. At: http://www.art21.org/artists/sarah-sze (Accessed 9 November 2016)
 
Barsamian, E. (2014) ‘Elizabeth Hurley’s top 10 show-stopping Versace looks’. In: Vogue. June 10, 2014 [online] At: http://www.vogue.com/868893/elizabeth-hurley-versace-safety-pin-dress-and-best-looks/ (Accessed 3 November 2016)
Brittain, J. (1974) Good Housekeeping: Sewing crafts. London, Ebury press.
 
Beube, D. (2011-2016) ‘Channeling French to English’. In: College Art Book Association. At: http://www.collegebookart.org/page-1860660 (Accessed 16 November 2016)
 
Clarke, R. (2016) Foundations textiles, Assignment 3, Final samples. 7 November. At: https://www.Facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10154058615966048&set=oa.1218255301579519&type=3&theater (Accessed 8 November 2016)
 
 
Dick, L. (2009) ‘Louise Bourgeois: Museum of contemporary art, Los Angeles’ in: X-TRAonline.org Spring 2009 [online] At: http://x-traonline.org/article/louise-bourgeois/ (Accessed 3 November 20016)
 
Fairley, R. (2016) Traditional textile techniques used in contemporary ways. At: https://weareoca.com/textiles/traditional-textile-techniques-used-contemporary-ways-part-2-embroidery/#comments (Accessed 22 October 2016)
 
Franklin, T. and Jarvis, N. (2005) Contemporary Whitework. London. Batsford. 
 
Hedley, G. (2004) Surfaces for stitch. London. Batsford.
 
Hill, P. (1994) Crochet (Sunburst Handguides). Gillingham. Sunburst Books.
 
Kyyro Quinn, A. (n.d.) Projects: Conference rooms: Jacob & Co, London. “Rosette” (2007) At: http://www.annekyyroquinn.com/2015/09/jacob-and-co/ (Accessed 17 November 2016)
 
Millar, L. (2013) Cloth & Memory 2. Shipley. Salts Estates Ltd.
Museum of Modern Arts and Design (2008-9) Celia Braga Placebos [photograph] At: http://collections.madmuseum.org/code/emuseum.asp?emu_action=media&id=7423&mediaid=24147 (Accessed 16 November 2016)
 

Quinn, B. (2009) Textiles designers at the cutting edge. London. Lawrence King Publishing.

Reid, A. (2011) Stitch magic: sculpting fabric with stitch. London, A & C Black.

Revere McFadden, D. (2009) Slash: Paper under the knife. New York:Museum of Arts and Design. 

Sheena514848 (2016) Pr-1 Ex-3 More joining of curved edges and Ex-4 Overlapping edges. 24 August 2016. At: https://textilessudouest2wordpress.wordpress.com/2016/08/24/pr-1-ex-3-more-joining-of-curved-edges-and-ex-4-overlapping-edges/
 
Taylor, K. (2013) Machiko Agano. [Pinterest pin, September 2013] Available at: http://pin.it/ScUjUmd
 
The Art Story Contributors (2016) The Art Story: Artists: Louise Bourgeois: Artworks: Femme Volage. At:http://www.theartstory.org/artist-bourgeois-louise-artworks.htm#pnt_3 (Accessed 3 November 2016)
 
The Solomon R. Guggenheim foundation (2016) Guggenheim collection online: Louise Bourgeois: Femme Volage. At: https://www.guggenheim.org/artwork/643 (Accessed 3 November 2016)
 
Thomas, M. (1948) Mary Thomas’s dictionary of embroidery stitches. London. Holder & Stoughton.
 
University of the Creative Arts (n.d.) The Zandra Rhodes digital studies collection: 14. The conceptual chic collection. At: http://www.zandrarhodes.ucreative.ac.uk/2013/02/the-conceptual-chic-collection.html (Accessed 3 November 2016)
Weidema, I. (2017) Why not? At: https://www.Facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=682750448558369&id=149544698545616 (Accessed 4 January 2017)
 
Winter, K. (2013) Cloth & Memory {2} at Saltaire. [Pinterest pin, October 2013] Available at: http://pin.it/9CkFslJ (Accessed 16 November 2016)
 

Project 2:
 
Budworth, G. (2005) The complete book of knots. London. Bounty Books.
 
Christo (1963) Wrapped portrait of Jeanne-Claude. [Oil n canvas portrait by Christo Javacheff wrapped with polythene and rope by 
 
Christo and mounted on a black wood board] At: http://christojeanneclaude.net/projects/wrapped-objects-statues-and-women (Accessed 11 November 2016)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Cooper, D. (n.d.) Bundles Varie’ 2. [canvas, felt, silk, cord]. At: http://www.dianecooper.org/bundles/BundleBV2Pop.html (Accessed 10 November 2016)

Hamlyn, A. (2012) ‘Freud, fabric, fetish’. In: Hemmings, J. (Ed) The Textile Reader. London. Berg. pp.14-26.
 
Howard, R. (2002) ‘Psychology in pictures’. In: The British Journal of Psychiatry. At: http://bjp.rcpsych.org/content/181/6/0.1 (Accessed 20 November 2016)
 
Koddenberg, M. (2009) Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Early works 1958-64. Bonn. Kettler Verlag.
 
Marshal, K. (2011) Creativity in care: Exhibitions: Weaver of grass, Angus. At: http://creativityincare.org/weaver-of-grass/ (Accessed 20 November 2016)
 
Mitchell, S. (n.d.) Vintage Lucozade bottle. [Pinterest pin, n.d.] Available at: http://pin.it/N240IVo (Accessed 28 November 2016) 
  
Morris, C. and Higgs, M. (Eds) (2014) Judith Scott: Bound and unbound. London. DelMonico books.
 
Oka, H. (2008) How to wrap five more eggs: Traditional Japanese packaging. London. Weatherhill.
 
Taylor, J. (n.d.) Jason deCaires Taylor. At: http://www.underwatersculpture.com/ (Accessed 28 November 2016)
 
Tinsdale, J. (2016) “Do they look evil enough?”. At: https://mobile.twitter.com/JackTindale/status/7943011177652101 (Accessed 1 December 2016)
Ysolda (n.d.) Blog: Sewn buttonhole loop. At: http://blog.ysolda.com/support/tutorials/sewn-button-loops/ (Accessed 29 November 2016)
 
 
Part 3:
 
Stage 1:

Bentley advanced materials (2017) Addition-cure silicon rubber. At: http://www.benam.co.uk/products/silicone/ (Accessed 13 January 2017)
 
Brooks, N. (2015) Advanced mould making and casting. Marlborough. The Crowood press.
 
Brooks, N. (2005) Mouldmaking and casting. Marlborough. The Crowood press.
Craftmill (n.d.) ModRoc plaster of Paris bandage for modelling. At: http://www.modroc.com/tips-on-using-modroc-modroc-plaster-of-paris-bandage-for-modelling/ (Accessed 10 January 2017)
 
 
 
 

Curinga, K. (n.d.) How to starch decorator fabric with sugar. At: http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_7630603_stiffen-fabric-sugar.html (Accessed 11 January 2017)

DIY diamond necklace out of concrete (n.d.) [user generated content] Creat. That’s how I made it. At:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Hrv-klI2-Wo (Accessed 11 January 2017)

Easy composites (2015) Silicon mould resin casting starter kit. At: http://www.easycomposites.co.uk/#!/starter-kits/silicone-mould-resin-casting-starter-kit.html (Accessed 9 January 2017)

Foundation 3D (n.d) Resin casting. At: http://foundation3d.myblog.arts.ac.uk/resin-casting/ (Accessed 17 January 2017)

Georgeweil.com (n.d.) Model making. At:http://www.georgeweil.com/Craft/Model%20Making/ModelMaking.aspx?Ref=1,80,-1,-1 (Accessed 9 January 2017)

Goss, A. (2014) Art concrete: Questions. At: http://artconcrete.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/questions.html (Accessed 11 January 2017)

Goss, A. (2015) Art Concrete. At:http://www.makersgallery.com/concrete/index.html (Accessed 11 January 2017)

Hall, J. (2011) Papier-mâché and paper clay. At:http://www.papiermache.co.uk/articles/papier-mache-and-paper-clay/ (Accessed 9 January 2017)

Hedley, G. (2004) Surfaces for stitch. Plastics. Films. Fabric. London. Batsford.

Hobbycraft (n.d.) Clay FAQs at: http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/pages/clayfaq (Accessed 9 January 2017)

How to make a mold with gelatine and glycerine – part 1 (n.d.) [user generated content]. Creat. Ultimate paper mache. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MIj_I6mW5QQ (Accessed 11 January 2017)

How to make a mold with gelatine and glycerine – part 2 (n.d.) [user generated content]. Creat. Ultimate paper mache. At:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wyxpYWvGU2Q (Accessed 11 January 2017)

How to make DIY concrete jewellery – DIY style tutorial – Guidecentral (n.d.) [user generated content] Creat. Guidecentral English At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bOJ5jQpyUlo (Accessed 11 January 2017)

How to use liquid latex (n.d) [user generated content online] Creat. Richocoarm. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?ebc=ANyPxKosm2JN-4I1mRI6YScviBsSrrfkzGXT_V_q7K9nD_IRRs8dt40plCfs-7iQjaHmSJROHTskFVi68eOMt0ZgQkyFlzR8tA&v=iYKuJ070MIc (Accessed 9 January 2017)

Instructables (2016) Fun with concrete. Instructables guides. At: http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Concrete/ (Accessed 11 January 2017)

Jim Cotter on cement and concrete in Jewelery (n.d.) [user generated content] Creat. Jim Cotter. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zpU74xQOOAM (Accessed 11 January 2017)

Leather moulding (n.d.) [user generated content] Creat. Nicola Silja. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pJyqbhliJgE (Accessed 9 January 2017)

Leather upholstry (n.d.) [user generated content] Creat. Cechaflo. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=r1X3sSjfgw4 (Accessed 9 January 017

Nottingham Trent University (n.d.a) Casting techniques. At: http://www.castingabout.co.uk/Casting_Techniques.html (Accessed 9 January 2017)

Nottingham Trent University (n.d.b) Polyester resins. At: http://www.castingabout.co.uk/Polyester_Resins.html (Accessed 9 January 2017)

Nottingham Trent University (n.d.c) Silicon. At: http://www.castingabout.co.uk/Silicones.html (Accessed 9 January 2017)

Nottingham Trent University (n.d.d) Latex. At: http://www.castingabout.co.uk/Latex.html (Accessed 9 January 2017)

Nottingham Trent University (n.d.e) Jesmonite. At: http://www.castingabout.co.uk/Jesmonite.html

Monk, L. (2012) Exploring creative surfaces. D4daisy books Ltd.

Moulding/casting concrete bird bath with rhubarb leaves (n.d.) [user generated content] Creat. Bobo Gaming. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BsIq_pKjRAc (Accessed 11 January 2017)

Painters craft-box (n.d.) Softsculpt sheets. At: http://www.craft-box.com/Softsculpt_Sheets/p1973248_11305503.aspx

Paperclayart (n.d.) Studio FAQ support. At: http://www.paperclayart.com/151toKids.html (Accessed 9 January 2017)

Paperclay.com (n.d.) Products. At: http://www.paperclay.com/product.htm (Accessed 9 January 2017)

The Concrete Society (n.d.) Casting concrete sculptures. At: http://www.concrete.org.uk/fingertips-nuggets.asp?cmd=display&id=808 (Accessed 11 January 2017)

 

Project 1:

Bautista, T. (2014) Printmaking unleashed. Blue Ash, Ohio. North Light Books. 

Beach packaging design (2015) Christo’s early wrapped cans and bottles. At: http://beachpackagingdesign.com/boxvox/christos-early-wrapped-cans-and-bottles (Accessed 1 February 2017)
 
Benarcik, S. (2015) Susan Benarcik: Loosing touch with reality. At: http://susanbenarcik.com/project/loosing-touch-with-reality/ (Accessed 4 March 2017)
 
Brooks, N. (2005) Moulding and casting. Marlborough. The Crowood Press Ltd.
 
Christo (1960) Surface d’empaquetage [user generated content] Creat. Arte tivu. At:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HLovIVUjYgs (Accessed 1 February 2017)
 
Hall, J. (2011) Papier-mâché and paper clay. At:http://www.papiermache.co.uk/articles/papier-mache-and-paper-clay/ (Accessed 9 January 2017)
 
Hedley, G. (2004) Surfaces for stitch: plastics, films and fabrics. London. Batsford.
 
Plowman, J. (2001) Papermaking techniques book: over 50 techniques for making and embellishing handmade paper. London. Quarto publishing.
 

Project 2:

O’Connor, N. (2016) MMT Part 3 Molding & casting. Plaster, concrete alginate & modroc. PROJECT 2. At: https://ninasoconnor.wordpress.com/2016/07/02/mmt-part-3-molding-casting-plaster-concrete-alginate-modroc-project-2/ (Accessed 6 February 2017)
 
Reynoldson, T. (n.d.) Balloon cast plaster sculpture project, part 1 of 4. [user generated content] Creat. Reynoldson, T. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YCpOfVoQ5EQ (Accessed 22 February 2017)
 
Reynoldson, T. (n.d.) Balloon cast plaster sculpture project, part 2 of 4. [user generated content] Creat. Reynoldson, T. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BlPkfnBVCv0 (Accessed 22 February 2017)
 
Reynoldson, T. (n.d.) Balloon cast plaster sculpture project, part 3 of 4. [user generated content] Creat. Reynoldson, T. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3olwJOKxabw (Accessed 22 February 2017)
 
Reynoldson, T. (n.d.) Balloon cast plaster sculpture project, part 4 of 4. [user generated content] Creat. Reynoldson, T. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pFGuwpOE3zY (Accessed 22 February 2017)
 
Tucker, E. (n.d.) Erin Tucker, Plaster. At: http://www.erintucker.com/#/plaster/ (Accessed 22 February 2017)
 
 
Part 4
 
Project 1:

 
Ayres, J. (1991) Monotype. Mediums and methods for painterly printmaking. New York. Watson-Guptill publications.
 
 
 

Drysdale Green, J. (1993) Artefects. New York. Watson-Guptill publications.

Elisha, D. (2009) Printmaking and mixed media – simple techniques and projects for paper and fabric. Loveland, Colorado. Interweave press.

Flick, B. and Grabowski, B. (2015) Printmaking – A complete guide to materials and processes. 2nd Ed. London. Laurence King.

Newell, J. and Whittington, D. (2006) Monoprinting. London. Bloomsbury.

Ross, J., Romano, C. and Ross, T. (1990) The complete printmaker – techniques, traditions, innovations. New York. The Free Press.

Speedball art products (2017) Akua modified and release agent. At: http://www.akua inks.com/modifiers-release-agent (Accessed 19 March 2017)

Speedball Art products (2017) Using Akua liquid pigments. At: http://www.akuainks.com/akua-kolor-2/instructions (Accessed 21 March 2017)

T N Lawrence & Sons Ltd (2015) Lawrence linseed oil-based relief ink. At: http://www.lawrence.co.uk/shop/Lawrence_Relief_Inks.html#.WNAqz5HfWhA (Accessed 21 March 20017)


Project 2:
 
Eastaugh, N. (2017) This is what I’ve been up to for the past 2 days – experimental printmaking. 4 May 2017. At: https://www.facebook.com/nicky.eastaugh/posts/10211358845264921 (Accessed 10 May 2017)
 
Getty images (2014) Scallop sculpture by artist Maggi Hambling, on shingle beach at Aldeburgh, Suffolk, England. At: http://www.getty-images.com/detail/news-photo/scallop-sculpture-by-artist-maggi-hambling-on-shingle-beach-news-photo/558237539?#scallop-sculpture-by-artist-maggi-hambling-on-shingle-beach-at-picture-id558237539 (Accessed 2 May 2017)
Gibbs, E. (2017a) Slaley, 2014. At:https://www.emilyjogibbs.co.uk/portrait1/ (Accessed 3 May 2017)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Gibbs, E. (2017b) Why don’t you, 2014. At:https://www.emilyjogibbs.co.uk/portrait1/ (Accessed 3 May 2017)

Phaidon (n.d.) What do you see in Georgia O’Keeffe’s flowers? At: http://uk.phaidon.com/agenda/art/articles/2014/february/05/what-do-you-see-in-georgia-okeeffes-flowers/ (Accessed 2 May 2017)

Rudling, L. (n.d.) Salthouse IV [collagraph] At:http://www.laurierudling.co.uk/asp-pages/etchings-and-collagraph-gallery.asp (Accessed 8 May 2017)

 
Part 5
 
 
 
 
Stages 3-5, Sample making, recording output, sorting

Begum, R. (2006) “Work on paper” (2012) At: http://www.ranabegum.com/page42/photos-5/ (Accessed 4 July 2017)
 

Chen, S. (2017) University of the Arts, London. Workflow – Collection: information file 3DDA Part 1 [online]. At: http://workflow.arts.ac.uk/view/view.php?id=78772 (Accessed 23 June 2017)


Designing Buildings Wiki (2017) Niteroi Contemporary art museum. At: https://www.designingbuildings.co.uk/wiki/Niteroi_Contemporary_Art_Museum (Accessed 5 July 2017)


Design Milk (2017) Architectural sculptures made from paper by Katsumi Hayakawa. At: http://design-milk.com/architectural-sculptures-made-paper-katsumi-hayakawa/katsumi-hayakawa-void-solid-paper-sculptures-2/ (Accessed 5 July 2017)


Eastaugh, N. (2017) Tube Sculptures [Pinterest pin, June 2017] http://pin.it/N3kBSEx (Accessed 5 July 2017)


Kengo Kuma and Associates (1990-2017a) IRORI and paper cocoon (2015). At: http://kkaa.co.jp/works/architecture/irori/ (Accessed 4 July 2017)


Kengo Kuma and Associates (1990-2017b) Wind Eaves (2015) At: http://kkaa.co.jp/works/architecture/wind-eaves/ (Accessed 5 July 2017)


Kengo Kuma and Associates (1990-2017c) Ceramic Yin Yang (2010) At: http://kkaa.co.jp/works/architecture/ceramic-yin-yang/ (Accessed 5 July 2017)

 

Kengo Kuma and Associates (1990-2017d) Casalgrande Ceramic Cloud (2010) At: http://kkaa.co.jp/works/architecture/casalgrande-ceramic-cloud/ (Accessed 12 July 2017)


Ron Arad Associates (n.d.) [online] At: http://www.ronarad.co.uk (Accessed 20 June 2017)


Rouke, N. (1993) Sculpture in paper. Massachusetts. Davis publications inc.


Sainsbury’s Centre for the visual arts (n.d.) Rana Begum: Space, light, colour. At: http://scva.ac.uk/art-and-artists/exhibitions/rana-begum (Accessed 4 July 2017)


Shigeru Ban Architects (n.d.) Abu Dhabi Art Pavilion (2013). At: http://www.shigerubanarchitects.com/works/2013_abudhabi_art/index.html (Accessed 4 July 2017)


Taylor, K. (2013) Masae Bamba: Falling letters, floating words. At: https://ocatextiles2.wordpress.com/2013/09/13/cloth-and-memory-2-curators-tour-with-lesley-millar/dsc_0112/ (Accessed 4 July 2017)


 
 
Stage 6, Prototype/maquette
 
“CCC Wall” di Kengo Kuma L’opera e i suo doppio, (n.d.) [user generated content online] Creat. Casalgrande Padana At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wb56dTX7iL4&time_continue=4&ebc=ANyPxKraBIxGSyKnVceEQNkCpDpj5JK37Svs-Xofu21eX0RtlY6f4xzugKdwAWZSOY0LhdSfyqAfZmcgekNSvnF9iWlsYebhPw (Accessed 10 July 2017)
 
Down by the Dougie (2012) Elisabeth Frink’s Riace warriors. At: https://greatacre.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/elizabeth-frinks-riace-warriors/ (Accessed 10 July 2017)
 
Eastaugh, N. (2016) Visit to Yorkshire sculpture park. At: https://nickyeastaughexploringideas.wordpress.com/2016/06/05/visit-to-Yorkshire-sculpture-park/ (Accessed 10 July 2017)
 
Kengo Kuma Associates (1990-2017a) Casalgrande ceramic cloud (2010) At:http://kkaa.co.jp/works/architecture/casalgrande-ceramic-cloud/ (Accessed 9 July 2017)
 
Kengo Kuma and Associates (1990-2017b) Ceramic Yin Yang (2010) At:
 
No. 695 Abraaj: An interview with 2017 winning artist Rana Begum. (2017) [user generated content online]. Creat. The Abraaj Group. 2017. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?ebc=ANyPxKp8xnkLx4xf9hTCUHnlNIvKegcF7qxQ5hVgi2CohXDRgdGdsrJIsuQ8xa20zfhh6QWl4xPWuIrLipJhyFCli9xw-xObFw&time_continue=10&v=ycENyv6n7Ns (Accessed 10 July 2017)
 
Sainbury’s Centre for the Visual Arts (n.d.) Art and artists: Rana Begum: Space, Light, Colour. At: http://scva.ac.uk/art-and-artists/exhibitions/rana-begum (Accessed 10 July 2017

Research and reflection

Exhibitions, books, blogs and films:

Behennah, D. (n.d.) Dail Behennah. At: http://www.dailbehennah.com/ (Accessed 5 Marchs 2017)

Bower, H. (n.d.) Hilary Bower: Concepts. At: http://www.hilarybower.com/concepts.html (Accessed 5 March 2017)

British Art Show 8 (2016) Alexandre de Cunha. At: http://britishartshow8.com/artists/alexandre-da-cunha-1497 (Accessed on 14 September 2016) 

Cane, K. (2012) Making and drawing. London. Bloomsbury.

Clabburn, P. (1995) The Norwich Shawl: It’s history and a catalogue of the collection at Strangers’ Hall museum, NorwichLondon. HMSO.

Colin, A. And Yee, L. (2016) British Art Show 8. Norwich. Norwich University of the Arts and Norwich castle museum and art gallery.

Costume and Textile Association (2016) Norwich Shawls: Past glory, present inspiration. Norwich. The hostry, Norwich cathedral.

Fairley, R. (2016) Book review: Making and drawing. At:https://weareoca.com/textiles/book-review-making-drawing/ (Accessed 5 March 2017)

Fairley, R. (2016) Traditional textile techniques used in contemporary ways. At: https://weareoca.com/textiles/traditional-textile-techniques-used-contemporary-ways-part-2-embroidery/#comments (Accessed 22 October 2016)

Fairley, R. (2016) The question of development. At: https://weareoca.com/textiles/the-question-of-development/ (Accessed 2 March 2017)

Greenlees, K. (2005) Creating sketchbooks for embroiders and textile artists. London. Batsford.

Hedley, G. (2010) Drawn to stitch: Line, drawing and mark-making in textile art. London. Batsford.

Holmes, C. (2015) Stitch stories, personal places, species and traces in textile art. London. Batsford.

Hoyte, H. (2016) The story of the Norwich Shawl. Norwich. Nick Williams.

Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene, S. (2016) Severija: News. At: http://www.severija.lt/en/latest-interview-about-the-creative-inspirations-art-works-and-everyday-life/latest-interview-about-work-inspirations-and-everyday-life/ (Accessed 27 October 2016)

Jobson, C. (2014) ‘Bird sculptures constructed from wire by Celia Smith look like detailed sketches’. In: This is colossal: Art. 2 June 2014 [online] At: http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/06/wire-birds-celia-smith/ (Accessed 5 Marchs 2017)

Met Museum (s.d.) “Linen Lean-To” Tapestry Bas-Relief. At: http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/484699 (Accessed 14 September 2016)

Padstow Mussel company (2014) Tutorial on how to do a rubbing. At:http://thepadstowmusselco.com/blog/tutorial-on-how-to-do-a-rubbing/ (Accessed 27 September 2016)

Parrott, H. (2013) Mark-making in textile art. London. Batsford

Priestley, U. (1995) ‘The Norwich Textile Industry 1750-1880’ In: Clabburn, P. (1995) The Norwich Shawl: It’s history and a catalogue of the collection at Strangers’ Hall museum, NorwichLondon. HMSO. pp.1-9.

Rachel Maclean “Feed Me” (2015) [user-generated content online] Creat. Film and Video Umbrella. 2015. At:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=S9DFdQvGn-w (Accessed 14 September 2016)

Rachel Maclean Feed Me film; Modern 1 Gallery | A little bit of everything (n.d.) [user-generated content online]. Creat. Modern 1 Gallery. Date n.k. At:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GqNJKE_hwvQ (Accessed on 14 September 2016)

Rhodes, Z. (2005) Zandra Rhodes: A lifelong love affair with textiles. Camberley. Zandra Rhodes Publications Ltd.

Sierzputowski, K. (2016) ‘A mass of tangled red yarn unravels from a loom to overtake a Brazilian chapel’ In: Colossal:Art 20.10.16 [online] At: http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2016/10/a-mass-of-tangled-red-yarn-unravels-from-a-loom-to-overtake-a-brazilian-chapel/ (Accessed 28 October 2016)

SportsmanNetwork (n.d.) How to make a Gyotaku (fish rubbing) print. At:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zQK24B6lkL4 (Accessed 18 October 2016)

Tanizaki, J. (2001) In praise of shadows. Translated by Harper, T. and Seidensticker, E. (1977) London. Vintage. 

 

Peer group meetings:

TBC

Response to tutor feedback:

Cover magazine (2014), ‘Editor’s picks: 20 designs from London’. In: Cover magazine: Textiles and carpets for modern interiors. 30 October, 2014. [online]. At:http://cover-magazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/409a3fd27d749f3a-siliconedogtoothprint2.jpg (Accessed 10 May 2017).

Eastaugh, N. (2017a) Printmaking for textiles. [Pinterest board, May 2017] Available at:http://pin.it/ckRIxiD (Accessed 10 May 2017)

Eastaugh, N. (2017b) Silicone texture Lucy Simpson. Available at: http://pin.it/unPVwaN (Accessed 10 May 2017)

Gwillim, S. (n.d.a) Flow. At: http://skyegwillim.com/project1.html# (Accessed 2 March 2017)

Gwillim, S. (n.d.b.) Systems. At: http://skyegwillim.com/project2.html# (Accessed 2 March 2017)

Haeckel, E. (2015) Art forms in nature. London. Prestel.

London fashion week (2017) Designer profile: Xiao Li. At: http://www.londonfashionweek.co.uk/designers_profile.aspx?designerID=2859 (Accessed 10 May 2017)

Morton, C. (2017) Textiles mixed media. [Pinterest board, May 2017] Available at: http://pin.it/xvUm7Ms (Accessed 10 May 2017)

Oka, H. (2008) How to wrap five more eggs: Traditional Japanese packaging. London. Weatherhill.

Pleun, R. (n.d.) Structured textiles. At: http://www.robinpleun.com/#/structured-textiles/ (Accessed 2 March 2017)

Schuurman, S. (n.d.) Envisions group. At: http://sanneschuurman.com/portfolio_page/envisions (Accessed 2 March 2017)

Simpson, L. (2012-2016a) Lucy Simpson: About. At:http://lucy-simpson.com/about (Accessed 10 May 2017)

Simpson, L. (2012-2016b) Lucy Simpson:silicone At: http://lucy-simpson.com/silicone (Accessed 10 May 2017)

Smith, M. (2014a) Rainbow (2014) At: http://www.smithautomata.co.uk/rainbow.html (Accessed 2 March 2017)

Smith, M. (2014b) Rainbow. [user generated content] Creat. Martin Smith. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?ebc=ANyPxKr9sERWhnvPxWnLBrv0yTcwWja5Qsmbl2Jrn65WMOM2EF1XsYgIazq2uKtj3kkPYW3ZP_nrktCg7cp4M11jMr9MdY3x6Q&v=xZJEJYfhOIw(Accessed 7 March 2017)

Splan, L. (2004) Doilies. Projects: viral artefacts At:http://www.laurasplan.com/viral-doilies/ (Accessed 10 May 2014)

Strozyk, E. (2013-16) Wooden carpet (2010) At: http://www.elisastrozyk.de/seite/woodencarpet.html (Accessed 2 March 2017)

Style Bubble (2012) Neon slick knits. At: http://stylebubble.co.uk/style_bubble/2012/07/neon-slick-knits.html (Accessed 10 May 2017)

Tate (n.d.) Art and artists: Alexander Calder, mobile c 1932. At: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/calder-mobile-l01686 (Accessed 2 March 2017)

 

Project specific research:

Part 1:

Artful Home (2016) Yuh Okano. At:https://www.artfulhome.com/artist/Yuh-Okano/7578 (Accessed 19 September 2016)

Artparks International (1998-2016) Carole Andrews FRBS, BA(Hons) At: http://carole-andrews.artparks.co.uk/artpark_sculpture_sculptor_details.php?artistID=920&sculptor=carole_andrews (Accessed on 19 September 2016)

Andrews, C. (2016) Carole Andrews. At: http://caroleandrews.co.uk/index.php/about/ (Accessed on 19 September 2016)

Axisweb (2016) Carole Andrews artist maker. At: http://www.axisweb.org/p/caroleandrews/#info (Accessed 19 September 2016)

Bjerg, T. (n.d.) Crepe treated silks. At: http://www.theabjerg.com/ (Accessed 18 October 2016)

CC+ for MoMA (2003) Hand-pleated scarves and stoles. At: http://www.craftscollection.dk/grouping/view/62 (Accessed 18 October 2016)

Cai Guo-Qiang explosion work (2007) [user-generated content online] Creat. McConnell/Hauser Inc. 2007. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MrTrKJQnwJs (Accessed on 19 September 2016)

Cai Guo-Qiang paints with exploding gunpowder (2009) [user-generated content] Creat. Motherboard/Vice media Inc. 2009 At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ViVEUa9bn8w (Accessed 19 September 2016)

Cai Guo-Qiang – Artist’s Bio (n.d.) Cai Guo-Qiang Artist’s bio. At: http://www.caiguoqiang.com/artists-bio (Accessed 19 September 2016)

Cai Guo-Qiang – Fireworks for the 2008 Olympic Games (n.d.) Cai Guo-Qiang Fireworks for the 2008 Olympic Games At: http://www.caiguoqiang.com/exhibition/fireworks-2008-beijing-olympic-games

Colchester, C. (2009) Textiles today: A global survey of trends and traditions. London. Thames and Hudson.

Cole, D. (2008) Textiles Now. London. Lawrence King.

Embroidery Magazine (2016) ‘Talent: The Graduates 2016’. In:Embroidery Magazine. Sept/Oct 2016. pp 30

Hemmings, J. (2002) Yuh Okano: A fusion of tradition and technology. At:http://www.jessicahemmings.com/yuh-okano-tradition-and-technology/ (Accessed 19 September 2016)

Kleon, A. (2012) Steal like an artist. New York. Workman publishing company.

Kyyro Quinn, A. (2015) Anne Kyyro Quinn. About: Background. At: http://www.annekyyroquinn.com/about/background/ Accessed 17 October 2016

McCarty, C. And McQuaid, M. (2000) Structure and surface: Contemporary Japanese textiles. New York. Museum of Modern Art.

Museum of Modern Art (2016) Yuh Okano: Japanese artist, born 1965. At: http://www.moma.org/artists/23267 (Accessed 19 September 2016)

Parfitt, E. (n.d. a) Erin Parfitt: About. At:http://www.erinparfitt.com/about (Accessed 18 October 2016)

Parfitt, E. (n.d. b) Erin Parfitt: Projects: Surfaceology. Plastiglomerate symbiosis. At: http://www.erinparfitt.com/plastiglomerate-symbiosis (Accessed 18 October 2016)

Parfitt, E. (n.d. c) Erin Parfitt: Projects: Experimentations. At:http://www.erinparfitt.com/experimentations (Accessed 18 October 2016)

Quinn, B. (2009) Textiles designers at the cutting edge. London. Lawrence King.

Renard, H. (2016) ‘Felt and the emerging interior’. In: Schneiderman, D. And Griffith Winton, A. (eds) Textile technology and design: From interior space to outer space. London. Bloomsbury. pp31-44.

Scott, J. (2003) Textile perspectives in mixed-media sculpture. Hungerford. The Crowood press.

Swengley, N. (2011) ‘How to spend it: Colouring the view’. In: The Financial Times. [online] At: http://howtospendit.ft.com/house-garden/3861-colouring-the-view. (Accessed 19 September 2016)

TextilesYuh (2013) TextilesYuh. At: http://textilesyuh.com (Accessed 19 September 2016)


Part 2:

Andrews, P. (n.d.) Pippa Andrews. At: http://www.pippaandrews.com/page2.htm (Accessed 9 November 2016)

Art21.org (2001-16) Sarah Sze: About the artist. At: http://www.art21.org/artists/sarah-sze (Accessed 9 November 2016)

Christo (2016a) Christo and Jeanne-Claude: About: Life and work. At: http://christojeanneclaude.net/life-and-work (Accessed 11 November 2016)

Christo (2016b) Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Wrapped objects, statues and women. 1958-69. At: http://christojeanneclaude.net/projects/wrapped-objects-statues-and-women (Accessed 11 November 2016)

Christo (2016c) Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Barrels. 1958-68. At: http://christojeanneclaude.net/projects/barrels (Accessed 11 November 2016)

Christo (2016d) Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Wrapped coast: 1968-69. At: http://christojeanneclaude.net/projects/wrapped-coast (Accessed 11 November 2016)

Christo (2016e) Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Wrapped Reistag, Berlin. 1971-95. At: http://christojeanneclaude.net/projects/wrapped-reichstag (Accessed 11 November 2016)

Cooper, D. (n.d.) Diane Cooper: Artists statement. At: http://www.dianecooper.org/artist_statement.html (Accessed 10 November 2016)

Dekker, D. (2013) Dienke Dekker – projects. At: http://www.dienkedekker.com (Accessed 3 January 2017)

Dendritic monoprinting (n.d.) [User-generated content online] Creat. Hand, C. At: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QOMS2Swk_4I (Accessed 3 January 2017)

Escher, M. (2016) M.C. Escher: About. At: http://www.mcescher.com/ (Accessed 9 November 2016)

Gagosian (2002) Closed Contact: About Exhibition. At:https://www.gagosian.com/exhibitions/january-12-2002–jenny-saville–glen-luchford (Accessed 10 November 2016)

Greenlees, K. (2005) Creating sketchbooks for embroiderers and textile artists. London. Batsford.

Holmes, C. (2015) Stitches stories, personal places, spaces and traces in textile art. London. Batsford.

Kelley, C. (2013) The first “Simultaneous book” on display at MoMa. Available at: http://www.mhpbooks.com/the-first-simultaneous-book-on-display-at-moma/ (Accessed 3 January 2017)

Koddenberg, M. (2009) Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Early works 1958-64. Bonn. Kettler Verlag.

Leisz Carr, E. (2014) That’s a wrap: The best wrapped, covered and veiled artworks. 13 June 2014. Complex Style. Complex media inc. [online] At: http://uk.complex.com/style/2014/06/thats-a-wrap-the-best-wrapped-covered-and-veiled-artworks/ (Accessed 23 October 2016)

Material Space (n.d.) Material Space. At: http://www.materialspace.com/index.htm (Accessed 9 November 2016) 

Pitcher, S. (n.d.a) Pippa Andrews interview: Textile art in it’s loosest sense. At: http://www.textileartist.org/pippa-andrews-interview-part-one-textile-art-in-its-loosest-sense/

Pitcher, S. (n.d.b) Pippa Andrews interview: Japan and old bedsheets. At: http://www.textileartist.org/japan-and-old-bed-sheets-pippa-andrews-interview-part-two/ (Accessed 9 November 2016)

Pitcher, S. (n.d.c) Barbara Cotterell interview: from frugal foundations. At: http://www.textileartist.org/barbara-cotterell-from-frugal-foundations/ (Accessed 9 November 2016)

Solomon, R. (2016) Project “Flesh Love”: Japanese photographer vacuum-seals couples. At: https://theculturetrip.com/asia/japan/articles/flesh-love-japanese-photographer-vacuum-seals-couples/ (Accessed 10 November 2016)

Sze, S. (2013) Triple point (planetarium). [wood, steel, plastic, stones, string, fans, overhead projectors, photograph of rock printed on Tyvek, mixed media].  At: http://www.tanyabonakdargallery.com/artists/sarah-sze/series-sculpture-and-installation_7/3 (Accessed 9 November 2016)

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery (n.d.) Sarah Sze. Biography. At:http://www.tanyabonakdargallery.com/artists/sarah-sze/series (Accessed 10 November 2016)

Taylor, K. (2013) Machiko Agano. [Pinterest pin, September 2013] Available at: http://pin.it/ScUjUmd

Textiles Arts Now (2014) 3 Dimensional Structures by Pippa Andrews. At: http://www.textileartsnow.com/2014/10/pippa-andrews-uses-textile-techniques.html


Part 3:

Barber, L. (2011) ‘Some day, my plinth will come’. In: The Guardian [online] At: https://www.theguardian.com/theobserver/2001/may/27/features.magazine47 (Accessed 12 January 2017)

Benarcik, S. (n.d.) “Dendrology: Noyes museum” At:https://susanbenarcik.wordpress.com/portfolio-2/work-in-progress-dendrology/ (Accessed 27 February 2017)

Benarcik, S. (2015a) “Susan Benarcik: About” At: http://susanbenarcik.com/about/ (Accessed 27 February 2017)

Benarcik, S. (2015b) “Susan Benarcik: Portfolio: Sculptural installation: Loosing touch with reality” At: http://susanbenarcik.com/project/loosing-touch-with-reality/ (Accessed 27 February 2017)

Collins, J. (2014) Eduardo Paolozzi. Farnham. Lund Humphries.

DiMarzo, C. (2007) Louise Nevelson: The artists and the legend. In: Studio International, 21 August 2007 [online]. At: http://www.studiointernational.com/index.php/louise-nevelson-the-artist-and-the-legend (Accessed 27 February 2017)

Fairley, R. (2016) Rebecca M Fairley. Material enquiry. At: http://rebeccamfairley.wixsite.com/portfolio/material-enquiry (Accessed 1 February 2017)

Gagosian (2017) Rachel Whiteread: Biography. At: http://www.gagosian.com/artists/rachel-whiteread (Accessed 12 January 2017)

MoMa (2017) Louise Nevelson: Sky Cathedral. At: https://www.moma.org/collection/works/81006?locale=en (Accessed 27 February 2017)

National Gallery of Art Washington (2004) Rachel Whiteread: “Ghost”. At: http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/audio-video/video/rachel-whiteread.html (Accessed 11 January 2017)

Pitcher, S. (n.d.) Rebecca Fairley, OCA textiles tutor. At: http://www.textileartist.org/rebecca-fairley-oca-textiles-tutor/ (Accessed 1 February 2017)

Rachel Whitehead: Ghost (2009) [user generated content] Creat. National Gallery of Art, Washington. At: http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/audio-video/video/rachel-whiteread.html (Accessed 12 January 2017)

Storr, R., Herkenhoff, P. and Schwartzman, A. (2003) Louise Bourgeois: contemporary artists series. New York. Phaidon press.

Susan Benarcik: Maiden Lane (2008) [user generated content] Creat. Lewett, L. At: http://susanbenarcik.com/project/loosing-touch-with-reality/ (Accessed 27 February 2017)

The Art Story, modern art insight (2017) Louise Bourgeois: Synopsis. At: http://www.theartstory.org/artist-bourgeois-louise.htm (Accessed 25 February 2017)

Warde-Aldam, D. (2013) ‘Ghost House’. In: Appolo magazine [online] At: https://www.apollo-magazine.com/house/ (Accessed 12 January 2017)

 

Part 4:

Dyson, A. (2011) Printmakers’ secrets. London. A&C Black.

Eastaugh, N. (2017) Printmaking for textiles. [Pinterest board, May, 2017] Available at: http://pin.it/1ZaJrMS (Accessed 8 May 2017)

Hamilton, A. (2013) ‘Paul Klee: Triumph of a ‘degenerate’.’ In: The Independent. [online] At: http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/art/features/paul-klee-triumph-of-a-degenerate-8879925.html (Accessed 8 May 2017)

Hang-up pictures (2017) Tracey Emin: The Kiss. At: http://hanguppictures.com/artists/tracey-emin/the-kiss (Accessed 8 May 2017)

Hartill, B. (n.d.) Brenda Hartill: Welcome to Brenda Harthill’s website. At: http://www.brendahartill.com/Brenda_Hartill/Welcome_to_Brenda_Hartill’s_website.html (Accessed 8 May 2017)

Hartill, B. and Clarke, R. (2011) Collagraphs and mixed media printmaking. London. A&C Black.

Hecker, J. (2015) Matisse’s monotypes: An unexpected installation. Inside/Out At: https://moma.org/wp/inside_out/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Standing-Nude_Emma.jpg (Accessed 28 March 2017)

Janis, E. (1968) Degas monotypes: Essay, catalogue and checklist. Fog Art Museum, Harvard University.

Lucarelli, F. (2015) ‘The sacred land: printmaking works by John Ross and Claire Romano (1/2)’. In: Socks [online] At:http://socks-studio.com/2015/10/27/the-sacred-land-printmaking-works-by-john-ross-and-clare-romano-12/ (Accessed 8 May 2017)

MacEvoy, B. (2015) Watercolour artists: Paul Klee. At: https://www.handprint.com/HP/WCL/artist26.html (Accessed 8 May 2017)

Matthews, T. (n.d.) Tonia Matthews: Artist statement. At: http://www.toniamatthews.com/artist-statement/ (Accessed 8 May 2017)

Newell, J. and Whittington, D. (2014) Monoprinting. London. Bloomsbury.

Ross, J. (n.d.a) John Ross Printmaker: About. At:http://www.johnrossprintmaker.com/index.html (Accessed 8 May 2017)

Ross, J. (n.d.b) John Ross printmaker: Gallery. At: http://www.johnrossprintmaker.com/images-4.html (Accessed 8 May 2017)

Ross, J., Romano, C. and Ross, T. (1990) The complete printmaker: techniques, traditions, innovations. New York. Round table press Inc.

Rudling, L. (2008-2017) Laurie Rudling: Techniques. At: http://www.laurierudling.co.uk/asp-pages/etching-collagraph-printing-techniques.asp (Accessed 8 May 2017)

 

Part 5:

Bellos, A. (2015) ‘Muslim rule and compass: The magic of Islamic geometric design’. In: The Guardian [online]. At: https://www.theguardian.com/science/alexs-adventures-in-numberland/2015/feb/10/muslim-rule-and-compass-the-magic-of-islamic-geometric-design (Accessed 23 June 2017)
 
Begum, R. (2006) Rana Begum: News. At:http://www.ranabegum.com/page45/page45.html (Accessed 24 June 2017)
 
Blazwick, I. (2013) Cornelia Parker. London. Thames and Hudson.
 
Bognar, B. (2009) Material immaterial: the new work of Kengo Kuma. New York. Princetown Architectural press.
 
Braun, M. (n.d.) ‘Which lightbending neon artists to follow – here’s our list’ In: Widewalls urban and contemporary art resource. [online] At: http://www.widewalls.ch/10-neon-artist/shezad-dawood/ (Accessed 24 June 2017)
 
Edge magazine (2014) ‘Symmetry in sculpture: recent work by Zarah Hussain’. In: Edge Magazine. [online] At:  http://www.edgemagazine.org/symmetry-sculpture-recent-work-zarah-hussain.html (Accessed 23 June 2017)
 
Broug, E. (2008) Islamic geometric patterns. London. Thames and Hudson.
 
Chen, S. (2017a) University of the Arts, London. Workflow – Collection: information file 3DDA Part 1 [online]. At: http://workflow.arts.ac.uk/view/view.php?id=78772 (Accessed 23 June 2017)
 
Chen, S. (2017b) University of the Arts, London. Workflow – Collection: information file 3DDA Part 3 [online].At: http://workflow.arts.ac.uk/view/view.php?id=79000 (Accessed 23 June 2017)
 
Cole, D. (2008) Textiles Now. London. Laurence King publishers.
 
Eastaugh, N. (2017a) Geometry. Pinterest board. At:http://pin.it/j6ZNnRL (Accessed 23 May 2017)
 
Fife Contemporary Art & Craft (2017) FCA&C Programme: Zarah Hussain. At: http://www.fcac.co.uk/artist/zarah-hussain/ (Accessed 23 June 2017)
 
Frearson, A. (2017) ‘I feel embarrassed by some of my buildings says Kengo Kuma’ In: “Dezeen” [online] 20 January 2017  At: https://www.dezeen.com/2017/01/20/kengo-kuma-architecture-interview-embarrassed-some-buildings-kenzo-tange-olympic-stadium/ (Accessed 11 July 2017)
 
Hodge, B, Mears, P. and Sidlaukas, S. (2006) Parallel practices in fashion and architecture: Skin and bones. London. Thames and Hudson.
 
Hussain, Z. (2017) Zarah Hussain: About. At: http://zarahhussain.co.uk/index.php?page=35 (Accessed 23 June 2017)
 
Ingleby gallery (2017) Cornelia Parker: Hot poker drawing. At: http://www.inglebygallery.com/exhibitions/cornelia-parker/ (Accessed 23 May 2017)
 
Johnson, G. (2009) 1000 ideas for creative reuse: remake, restyle, recycle, renew. Massachusetts. Quarry books.
 
Kengo Kuma and associates (1990-2017) Pavilion. At: http://kkaa.co.jp/status/pavilion/ (Accessed 24 June 2017)
 
Kim, E. (2011) ‘Katsumi Hayakawa’s architectural paper sculptures’. In: Designboom. 16 November 2011 [online] At: http://www.designboom.com/art/katsumi-hayakawa-architectural-paper-sculptures/ (Accessed 11 July 2017)
 
Mossman, S. (2008) Fantastic plastic: product design and consumer culture. London. Black Dog publishing.
 
Panchamia, D. (2016) Deepa Panchamia: Paperworks. At: http://deepapanchamia.com/work/paperworks/ (Accessed 23 May 2017)
 
Quinn, B. (2009) Textile designers at the cutting edge. London. Laurence King publishers.
 
Renshaw, L. (2009) Textiles handbook: Mixed media & found materials. London. A&C Black.
 
Seo, D. (2011)  Upcycling: Create beautiful things with the stuff you already have. London. Running press.
 
Spuybroek, L. (2011) Research and design: Textile tectonics. Rotterdam. NAi publishers.
 
Stevens, P. (2015) ‘Kengo Kuma’s irori pavilion for kitchenhouse at Milan design week’ In: Designboom. [online] At: http://www.designboom.com/architecture/kengo-kuma-irori-kitchenhouse-milan-design-week-04-14-2015/ (Accessed 24 June 2017)
 
Thittichai, K. (2014) Reclaimed textiles: techniques for paper, stitch, plastic and mixed media. London. Batsford.
 
University of the Arts London (2017) Workflow – Collection: information file. [online] At: http://workflow.arts.ac.uk/view/view.php?id=78772 (Accessed 23 June 2017
 
Wade, D (2017) Pattern in Islamic art. The Wade photo archive. At: https://patterninislamicart.com/ (Accessed 24 June 2017)
Waters, L. (2011) ‘Interview with Cornelia Parker’ [online] In: The white review: Art. September 2011. At:  http://www.thewhitereview.org/art/interview-with-cornelia-parker/ (Accessed 23 May 2017) 
 
Williamson, C. (2014) ‘Architectural sculptures made from paper by Katsumi Hayakawa’. In: “Design Milk”. 25 July 2014 [online] At: http://design-milk.com/architectural-sculptures-made-paper-katsumi-hayakawa/ (Accessed 11 July 2017)
 
Zilber, E. (2015) Crafted: Objects in flux. Exhibition catalogue. Boston. Museum of fine arts publications

Reflection on project outcome:

Eastaugh, N. (2015a) At: https://nickyeastaughtextiles.wordpress.com/2015/01/26/project-6-stage-3-applied-fabric-techniques/ (Accessed 11 October 2016)

Eastaugh, N. (2015b) At: https://nickyeastaughtextiles.wordpress.com/category/coursework/textiles-1-a-creative-approach/part-1-building-a-visual-vocabulary/2-developing-your-marks/ (Accessed 19 October 2016)

Eastaugh, N. (2017a) Tracey Emin RA Bird print. [Pinterest pin] At:http://pin.it/GefagN3 (Accessed 10 May 2017)

Eastaugh, N. (2017b) Monotype collage, Mary Margaret Briggs. [Pinterest pin] At:http://pin.it/UVvtj95 (Accessed 10 May 2017)

Eastaugh, N. (2017c) Brenda Hartill. [Pinterest pin] At:http://pin.it/KK89Dh_  (Accessed 10 May 2017)

Hawksley, R. (2016) Rozanne Hawksley: Work – The seamstress and the sea. At: http://rozannehawksley.com/the-seamstress-and-the-sea/ (Accessed 19 October 2016)

Mitchison, L. (2012) ‘Out of the Ordinary’ In: Kettle, A. and McKeating, J. (Eds) Hand Stitch Perspectives. London. Bloomsbury. pp. 154-157.

O’Connor, N. (2016) Adding drawings to MMT 2. At: https://ninasoconnor.wordpress.com/category/coursework/part-2/project-1-joining/#jp-carousel-4994 (Accessed 4 December 2016)

Takadoi (n.d.) Kazuhito Takadoi: Work. At: http://www.kazuhitotakadoi.com/work.html (Accessed 11 October 2016)

Wilson, A. (n.d.) Anne Wilson: Projects, Dispersions. At: http://www.annewilsonartist.com/images-dispersions.html (Accessed 19 October 2016)

 

Sketching, mark-making and experimentation:

Dunnewold, J., Benn, C. and Morgan, L. (2011) Finding your own visual language: A practical guide to design and composition. Oxted. Committed to cloth.

Eastaugh, N. (2016) “A Painted Garden” by Martin Kinnear. At: https://nickyeastaughmixedmediafortextiles.wordpress.com/2016/09/15/a-painted-garden-by-matin-kinnear/ (Accessed 15 October 2016)

Jackson, P. (2011) Folding techniques for designers: From sheet to form. London. Lawrence King.

Kinnear, M. (2016) The painted garden: an autobiography by Martin Kinnear. North Creake, Norfolk. The New British Art Gallery. 

Revere McFadden, D. (2009) Slash: Paper under the knife. New York. Museum of Modern Art.

Tappenden, C. (2016) Watercolour: A foundation course. London. Bounty Books.

 

Supplementary courses and training:

Kinnear, M. (2015-16) The painted garden (2015-2016). At:http://makinnear.com/gallery/ (Accessed 15 September 2016)

Kinnear, M. (2016) The painted garden: an autobiography by Martin Kinnear. North Creake, Norfolk. The New British Art Gallery.

Norfolk painting school (n.d.) Home. At:https://www.norfolkpaintingschool.com/ (Accessed 20 October 2016)

Richards, V. (n.d.) Vanda Richards Art: Home. At:http://www.vandarichardsart.co.uk/ (Accessed 20 October 2016)

 

Study visits:

Atuk (n.d.) Nostalgic landscape (1923-38) At: https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/nostalgic-landscape-81330# (Accessed 5 July 2017)

Benson, E. (n.d.) Inspiring landscapes 3: “Wall against the sea”. [Pinterest pin, n.d.] At: http://pin.it/qrtwkDo (Accessed 5 July 2017)

Chambers, E. (Ed) (2016-17) Paul Nash. London. Tate publishing. 

Holford, J. (n.d.) “The Shore” (1923) [Pinterest pin, n.d.] At: http://pin.it/s0wSjs5 (Accessed 5 July 2017)

Imperial War Museums (2017) The Menin Road (1919) At: http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/20087 (Accessed 5 July 2017)

Nashclumps.org (n.d.) Paul Nash and the Wittenden Clumps: Wittenden clumps (2013) At: http://www.nashclumps.org/early.html (Accessed 5 July 2017)

Parker, P. (2017) ‘Paul Nash’s commitment to the English landscape’ In: Apollo magazine. 13 January 2017. [online] At: https://www.apollo-magazine.com/paul-nash-tate-britain/ (Accessed 5 July 2017)

Tate (n.d.a) Totes Meer (Dead Sea) (1940-41) At: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/nash-totes-meer-dead-sea-n05717 (Accessed 5 July 2017)

Tate (n.d.b) Behind the wall (1919-22) At: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/nash-behind-the-inn-n04259 (Accessed 5 July 2017)

Tate (n.d.c) Pillar and Moon (1932-42) At: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/nash-pillar-and-moon-n05392 (Accessed 5 July 2017)

 

 

 

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