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Week 27th-1st April

alice 1 from Alice Bartholomew on Vimeo. final project 1 from Alice Bartholomew on Vimeo. final project 1 from Alice Bartholomew on Vimeo. large from Alice Bartholomew on Vimeo. Looking at Green peace animation ‘Just Tuna’ he visual language consists of stark monochrome silhouettes and simple line animation, which corresponds to the bleak message conveyedContinue reading “Week 27th-1st April”

Week 20th-24th April

What other ways are there to hid meaning in things, what are the visual languages of protest? Small ways people have protested against Grenfell: in creating a visual code of the colour green , it has allowed anyone at any time to make a protest. By creating a simple and accessible way for people toContinue reading “Week 20th-24th April”

SELF REFLECTION

AREA EXPLORED: I have been researching the different ways protesters have hidden their dissent though out history. That they protest for the satisfaction of just saying ‘no’, even if this is in a form that no one will see. I am most interested in how this is done through secret codes and nonsensical literature, andContinue reading “SELF REFLECTION”

Researching Secret Code as a form of dissent

Researching in more depths into different ways, apart from nursery rhymes, that secret codes have been used to hide dissent in history . I am most interested in the way people throughout history have used nonsensical literature to hide their messages, inspired by nursery rhymes. The idea that the message is hide in plain sight.

Nursery rhyme: an important form of dissent

Throughout history nursery rhymes have been used as a method of dissemination of adult dissent. An ingenious way of adult expression, using innocent tunes and reliant on children’s obliviousness. A lot of kids literature has incredibly dark origins. This is because nursery rhymes are one of the oldest vehicles for coded dissent in difficult times.Continue reading “Nursery rhyme: an important form of dissent”

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