Hue am I?: A colour-[de]coding of RyyA. Bread's METHODOLOGICAL EMBODIMENTS

Author: Bread, RyyA

Source: Journal of Visual Art Practice, Volume 2, Numbers 1-2, 1 July 2002 , pp. 36-43(8)

Publisher: Intellect

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Colour is only one element in an elaborate methodological strategy that is deployed within my interdisciplinary praxis. Nonetheless, a colour-coding schema has emerged as an increasingly significant performative structural function within the formation of METHODOLOGICAL EMBODIMENTS. For this reason, it has been signalled out for the purposes of this text:

To provide a specific example of how an interplay between multiple visualmaterial and linguistic practices are mediated through the embodied subjectivity of the practising scholar, in this case myself: whom I call RyyA. Bread.

To offer an abbreviated insight into the kinds of performative play at work within my research and/of (identity) textual production.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: July 1, 2002

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