Throughout my PhD GRTS presentation, I presented my PhD drawings (in the previous blog post) in order to visually explain what I was talking about. I explained that I was playing with clichés in the drawings, but asked the audience to feel free to draw their own sketches and versions of symbols throughout the talk. I did this in order to see if the audience thought that having visual aids and using drawing as a tool helps us with understanding theory and/or if we could come u
Each drawing was made whilst translating an early draft of an essay into a presentation (for the Deleuze Conference in Rome 2016, which I attended as a student of Braidotti’s masterclass in Posthumanism and Deleuze). Initially, the drawings were made to aid in overcoming the personal challenge with connecting and translating text into presentation. They then became part of the presentation in order to explain visually what I was talking about. In these drawings, you will see
Using photoshop, I designed the LEP poster (no. 2) for LEPIII. The sideway drips were inspired by my sculpting practice of melting wood. *This blog post has been back-dated for continuity purposes. Poster was originally designed on 11th June 2016.
Using photoshop, Conor and I designed the LEP currency for LEPIII called 'Lepcoins'. Taking inspiration from GBP pound-notes, I created a similar layout but with an LEP twist. The top left-hand corner features an 'L' instead of a pound sign; the top right-hand corner presents the "Bank of LEP"; the middle supports the LEP logo; to its right is either the face of Thatcher and Reagan, Trump, May, Boris, the Koch brothers, Putin, Zuckerberg, Cameron, Clinton, Gove, Blair and Bus