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Depending on the nature of your practice, your resolved project may take one of a variety of forms, however, and it will be an original, authored piece of creative practice, of a publishable standard. It will have been developed over the FMP module and will extend from or otherwise draw upon work created throughout the course.
The FMP submission will evidence and document your critically informed project that is resolved to a professional and publishable standard.
The form that your project takes will depend on the nature of your practice and should reflect your creative intent. It should be resolved as appropriate to the work itself and with considered purpose. As the consideration of audiences and markets are key concerns throughout the course, you are strongly encouraged to present it to an appropriate public audience.
This may include, but not be limited to:
- An installation
- Solo or group exhibition;
- Editorial feature;
- Online project;
- Performance, screening or talk;
- Symposium or conference presentation.
These artefacts and/or activities should be clearly evidenced in your FMP submission.
The document should include:
- A concise description of the work,
- The final images of the project or an edit thereof,
- Documentation of the publication (e.g. installation shots, tear sheets),
- Critical feedback or analysis from other professionals (if applicable),
- URLs to relevant video or other supporting material.
You may wish to remind yourself on guidance for documenting your FMP submission.
It should be:
- A colour, page-numbered, PDF document
- Text should be 1.5 line spaced and use a 12 point, sans serif font
- Fully Harvard referenced throughout, where applicable
- All images should be fully titled and referenced
- No more than 15MB
The Final Major Project accounts for 60% of the final grade for the FMP module. It will be assessed on the following Learning Outcomes:
LO1: Technical and Visual Skills
Demonstrate an awareness of a range of photographic and image-making processes, and display accomplishment of photographic skills relevant to your practice specialism.
LO2: Visual Communication and Decision-Making
Exercise discernment in the making, resolution and presentation of practical work, and an ability to communicate ideas through creative visual strategies.
LO3 Critical Contextualization of Practice
Apply a critical awareness of the diversity of contemporary photographic practice to the development of your own work, and inform your practice through historical, philosophical, ethical and economic contextualization.