The development of the identity of the individual practice, areas of interest, research, and methodology of working. Increased sophistication in testing out ideas and forms, bringing together theoretical and practical knowledge in studio practice. Matured skills in the management and visual articulation of projects, with a specific understanding of contexts and audiences, local environment and social engagement. Critically apply knowledge gained from a range of sources and contexts in theory and history in addition to the concept of applying public and personal archives as an artistic source. Evaluate work in relation to a self-selected context of contemporary theory, conduct field research related to practice, realize an art project that reflects increased in-depth consideration of methods for presentation, spatial context, audience and engagement. (2 hours theory, 9 hours practical)

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