MPhil. Thesis at Royal College of Art, London

The practice-based research thesis, entitled ‘‘Blurring the Boundaries between the Artist and the Viewer as Conditioned by the Changing Concept of Art Space’, gained Prlja a Master of Philosophy of Arts Diploma at Royal College of Art, London. (MPhil by project, thesis 27.000 words).

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Title: MPhil project based research degree (Master of Philosophy of Arts)

University: Royal College of Art London, United Kingdom

City / Country: London / UK

From-To: 1998-2002

Dissertation title: ‘Blurring the Boundaries between the Artist and the Viewer as Conditioned by the Changing Concept of Art Space’

The thesis proposed systems of visual communication similar to today’s Instagram or Facebook, the exchange of art content / visual content in a non linear and non physical manner, back in 2002, when internet communication was not yet fully capable to facilitate the transmission of image material.

Mentor of the MPhil project: Al Rees (tutor at RCA’s ‘Experimental Film and Video’ Department)

Years: 2 years course + Dissertation in practice and theory

Scholarships:

– ORS, Overseas Research Student Grant, UK

– British Council, UK

– Macedonian Ministry of Culture, MK