In my feedback for assignment five, my tutor suggested that I include some of my kusudama research on my blog.
After receiving my feedback for assignment four, I spent a lot of time thinking about how I could best present my finished kusudama in an academic-style book. It was at this time, that I found a 1970s mineralogy book in a local second-hand bookshop.
My feedback for assignment four was given over the telephone and then followed up by a brief written report. I have never received telephone feedback on one of my assignments before but I found the process really useful.
For this project, I wanted to communicate something about my own digital identity. This autobiographical project is intended to show the fragmentary and secretive nature of my online persona.
As I have been nearing the end of section four, I have been spending a lot more time thinking about my final project for the Digital Image and Culture course. Assignments four and five require me to “develop a project around the theme of identity within the current digital climate”.