The visual communication module completed during my time at the UWS required all students to create fifty abstract images from which some would be developed further. Eventually the images were whittled down to three, and one was chosen to be made into a final piece of work.
I’m not sure whether this was to develop a creative process or to force us to throw away weaker work to focus on the few stronger pieces. In the end I focused less on this module than on the others I perceived to be more difficult to pass, and this is clear by the lacklustre nature of my final submission. I do remember enjoying the classes a great deal though, and the lecturer was great too. With so much of the focus of the Digital Art degree course on theory and computer work, it was refreshing to have the chance to simply sit and draw.