Considering placement of work is a very valuable part of your art process . Place is more than material, space, light, and allocation, place also has a content of social, religion, psychological, historical and political value. When I am working through my art process I consider, is the piece/place/site specific, am I demonstrating political views, is it socially interactive, or historic.
Psychogeographical art is something that I am influenced by. Richard Long Time and Space exhibition at Arnolfini in Bristol demonstrated this concept, the exhibition consisted of pieces of land he had picked up and markings he had made whilst on his many journeys another piece is Tateshots-Ruth Ewan. Geochaching is also something that I will be including in my future process which I would consider to be emotional geophraphical art. The exhibition space chosen for site project had an element of psychogeographical content in that it had an emotional response due to its derelict aesthetic. Exhibiting my work I wanted to blend the environment into the work.
On working through my process of developing BCI it is clear that I am part of a new movement happening within art called The Maker Movement.