1. A Mere Simulation by Cavan Convery, 1987

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    Video artwork from the Duncan of Jordanstone College Collection, University of Dundee Museum Collections

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    • The Ultimate Detergent by Cavan Convery, 1989

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      Video artwork from the Duncan of Jordanstone College Collection, University of Dundee Museum Collections

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      • Packshot by Cavan Convery, 1989

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        Video artwork from the Duncan of Jordanstone College Collection, University of Dundee Museum Collections

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        • How Dare You

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          from Lindsey Reid / Added

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          Short film shown as the final to my two week project, Abstract. Focusing upon contemporary culture, as Abstract art is, I began to think about my own Christian faith and the arguments, corruption and views surrounding it. At the time, Stephen Fry had been asked in an interview (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-suvkwNYSQo) what he would say to God when he gets to heaven. Fry, predictably, sticks passionately to his Atheist beliefs. This interview then took over the internet, causing controversy and debate. Is this Christian God really loving? Does God really care? I then took the audio from the interview, cut up sections I found the most offensive or challenging and really thought upon what Fry is saying, how dare a god who is all seeing, all wise and kind knowingly do this to us? The video itself can be taken in an ambiguous way, and I created it in a sense to open up a dialogue about faith and religion within our everyday lives, the conversation starter being the Interview and this film becoming the first reply. I myself describe myself as a 'loose Christian' Im not 100% committed to my beliefs and I firmly believe we must read the bible, take our own individual lessons from it and question what we do not agree with or what we do not think is right. For example I believe everyone has the right to love who they wish to love, no matter what gender, faith or background. When I began the video, filming scenes and editing I noticed, the most terrible things on earth, the most horrific of tragedy's have occurred because of us. World War One was not created by God, it was created by our disputes. Michael Brown and Eric Gardner's deaths were not caused by God, they were caused by the minorities racism, hatred and supremacy. Wars? Caused by corrupt power heavy leaders. Terrorism? Poverty? Caused by us. This video is in a sense an attempt to grasp hold and understand my own faith, an attempt to understand and dispute what Fry says and an attempt for others to understand what God means to themselves and individual people. The film can be taken ambiguously, a viewer may believe the clips and photos I have used represents what Stephen Fry is trying to say or they may believe my view, how dare we do this to ourselves? How dare we become a society in which mass death doesn't shock us any more? How dare Stephen Fry pin this all upon God? How dare you blame our own selfish, destructive acts on God? How dare you!?

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          • Material Vulnerable

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            Documentation for the recent four week project exploring vulnerability in its individual, sometimes unique forms. This short film focuses upon the vulnerability of fabric, the material and its fibres. How they rip and tear, in their own individual unique way. The sound of fabric ripping is one that I detest, like nails ripping a chalk board. I observed how the sounds dilated the pupils of the eyes, and how when we remove or obstruct the eyes we remove our personalities therefore starting the process of investigating eyes and how they make us who we are, how eyes convey our emotions and how they really are 'the windows to the soul'.

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            • Globalisation & Interdependence Interdisciplinary Project

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              Group 5 project for level 2 DJCAD Communication Design Students 2015. Theme: Globalisation & Interdependence. All rights reserved to: James Gemmel Rosealee Higgins Alanna Craigmile Kirsten Großman Margaret McCabe Special thanks to pupils at St Johns High School, Dundee. Music by Kevin McLeod

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              • WHAT ARE WE LEAVING FOR THEM?

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                DJCAD 2015 2nd Semester interdisciplinary project working with local school students. Credits: Mark McGinty Mitchell Gillies Catriona Carstairs Steven Buntin Alex Heywood Craig Barbour And the kids

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                • Anonymous 3 - Inspiration

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                  Here it is, our third design talk of the week! In this video Anonymous number 3 talks about finding inspiration in unexpected places.

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                  • Villa Savoye ballustrade

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                    Villa Savoye model curved ballustrade, starting with a clone of the spiral part of the staircase

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                    • Anonymous 2 -Architecture of Modernity

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                      In our second design talk, Anon #2 discusses the context of culture in the 21st century

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