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  1. Object Power:the use of museum artefacts in creative object-based learning & teaching in HE

  2. Julia Flatman Senior Lecturer BA (Hons) Fine Art Amy Forrest, Alison Board and Mariya Garbacheva, students, AUB Wunderkammer

  3. A collaboration between BA Fine Art and The Museum of Design in Plastics that takes the form of a project that examines a variety of artist responses to the idea of ‘The Museum’ and uses MoDiPas a Cabinet of Curiosities to inspire and motivate. ModipProject

  4. BA Fine Art level 4 students are offered the opportunity to respond to the Museum of Design in Plastics. Not specifically to the collection of plastics but to the idea of Museology.

  5. This project offers you the opportunity to make work in response to the idea of ‘The Museum.’ It is a collaborative project between BA Fine Art and The Museum of Design in Plastics and will culminate in the works being exhibited in the Library and on the Museum Blog during the summer term. You will have the chance to visit the museum collection and discuss various aspects of museology. The work does not need to directly relate to the Plastics Museum and may be real or fictional, an intervention with an exhibit, an intervention as a way of starting a new dialogue or a quest to explore both the rational and the irrational. The Brief

  6. An introductory lecture is given to all level 4 students to introduce them to some of the devices and strategies used by artistsin their responses to museum collections. The Practicalities

  7. Students who are interested in doing the project visit MoDiP, have a tour of both the museum and behind the scenes. The students discuss with MoDiP staff their interests, queries, investigations and requests? How?

  8. Once work is made students liase with the MoDiP staff regarding the way their work will be displayed. Students provide a text to go with their work. All of the work is then put on the MoDiP Blog and the video and sound pieces are shown on the website.

  9. The project resulted in a variety of responses that involved: Investigating the systems of museums, making reference to the accumulation of objects, methods of display, cataloguing and hierarchy. Providing new ways of looking and a critique of practices. The Results

  10. Using actual museum objects to make a work that invites new interpretation or ways of thinking. Using plastic as a medium either for its material qualities or as a means of making comment. Exploring the habits and reactions of visitors

  11. Why do we collect? Individual collections- specialist interest Professional collections Institutional collections The nature of collecting

  12. Untitled by Simon Gamble

  13. Untitled by Simon Gamble

  14. Untitled by Elise Comberti

  15. http://www.modip.ac.uk/resources/teaching/on_collecting/nature_of_collectinghttp://www.modip.ac.uk/resources/teaching/on_collecting/nature_of_collecting Sian Bush

  16. Material qualities of plastics

  17. Sunny Side Up  by Robert Marshall

  18. Sunny Side Up  by Robert Marshall

  19. Plastic Movement by Monica Bonomo

  20. Plastic Movement by Monica Bonomo

  21. Plastic Movement by Monica Bonomo

  22. Plastic Movement by Monica Bonomo

  23. Storage Classification Organisation Preservation Restoration Behind the scenes

  24. http://www.modip.ac.uk/resources/teaching/on_collecting/behind_sceneshttp://www.modip.ac.uk/resources/teaching/on_collecting/behind_scenes Sophie Skellern

  25. Ruth Evans

  26. Ruth Evans

  27. Graphite on paper, 90cm X 50cm Emma Brown

  28. Watercolour pencil on paper, 60cm X 90cm Emma Brown

  29. Beautifully Brutal by Emma Brown

  30. Beautifully Brutal by Emma Brown

  31. Systems of display The Vitrine The Lighting The Labelling The Building Status of artifacts

  32. Rachel Benjamin

  33. Rachel Benjamin

  34. Rachel Benjamin

  35. Truth and untruth

  36. Rachel Di Biaso

  37. Rachel Di Biaso

  38. Pascale Wilson

  39. Pascale Wilson

  40. Pascale Wilson

  41. Pascale Wilson

  42. Pascale Wilson

  43. Increased ambition in the creation of works of art leading to a wider understanding of the artifact in an open and experimental way. Independent approach to learning, responding to a specific theme. Development of professional practice involving liaison with other professionals, the experience of creating text/ statements to accompany works of art and the opportunity to exhibit work in a professional setting. OutComes

  44. Amy Forrest

  45. Amy Forrest

  46. Alison Board

  47. Alison Board

  48. Acrylic Cloths by MariyaGarbacheva

  49. Acrylic Cloths by MariyaGarbacheva

  50. Acrylic Cloths by MariyaGarbacheva