Traced by Language


These two digital prints are from a series called Traced by Language which were made as a result of a performance by Yip entitled Written Movement (2017). Through a series of movements and sounds the artist attempted to travel cognitively between physical and mental states. She began recording her journey via mark making, using black charcoal as a physical trace of her movement. Although the physicality of her body never changes, it is consciousness that travels between the two dimensions. Yip’s work is inspired by the poetics of consciousness explored by French philosopher, Gaston Bachelard.

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Two Digital Prints

Project reference numbers

OBSA0025, OBSA0026




Yip, Rosamund

Oxford Brookes departments

School of Arts


Year: 2017

© Yip, Rosamund
Published by Oxford Brookes University

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