Produce a body of work that explores a particular place, type of space or theme relating to landscape practice.
You’re free to choose the subject for this assignment, although you should be able to contextualise the project in relation to contemporary landscape practice. Negotiate the subject, as well as your research, technical and visual strategies, with your tutor before you start work.
The depth of your research, the scope of the development of the project and its resolution should reflect a substantial effort of independent study, as expected of students at Level 2 (HE5).
Submit your work to your tutor by whatever means and in whatever form you’ve agreed with them (e.g. book, portfolio, installation maquette or slideshow). If your self-directed project isn’t submitted as a conventional set of prints, we suggest you include a portfolio of the photographs in addition (max A4 / 8” x 12”). This will allow assessors to evaluate the quality of your work independently of how you’ve elected to present it.
• An evaluation of your work (as for previous assignments).
• An artist’s statement that professionally contextualises your work to its audience. (This may be what you produced for Exercise 5.7.)
• Your original project proposal and your latest version of it, if applicable.
Whilst you await your tutor’s response, continue with your work on Assignment Six and begin reviewing your work for assessment. LP&E , p.n