‘The nomads are there, on the land, wherever there forms a smooth space that gnaws, and tends to grow, in all directions. The nomads inhabit these places; they remain in them, and they themselves make them grow, for it has been established that the nomads make the desert no less than they are made by it. They are vectors of deterritorialization. They add desert to desert, steppe to steppe, by a series of local operations whose orientation and direction endlessly vary.”’
By Gilles Deleuze & Felix Guattari
Published by Mark Ingham
My current art research includes: relationships between autobiographical memory and photography, Deleuzian and Guattarian ideas of ‘becoming rhizomatic’, and the documenting of public sculpture. My pedagogical research over the past 21 years into the relationships between, theory and practice and their roles in art and design disciplines has made me acutely aware of the importance of an holistic approach to art and design education. I have been able to use my knowledge of art and design technical skills including design and multimedia software, in combination with my practical and theoretical knowledge to give students a full and rounded educational experience. I have an extensive knowledge of art and design practices within historical and contemporary visual and multi-sensory communication cultures.
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