Mid-Point Review

Mid-Point Review 5 mins narrated video:

Residency Reviewing

Residency Timetable Working backward in time, the latest being freshest in my mind. Featured image shows detail of a wall between Camberwell and South London Gallery, the location of our pop up show. Prior to the pizza outing (when we relaxed together at Caravaggio’s) we had had a final session togethe in which we followed […]

Living Wall

Note to self: Working on the wall and how to get all the timelines up together and twinkling – should be 4 columns and 3 rows with each space filled with a different timeline.  When this post is viewed after preview and/or publishing several spaces are blank and each time exactly which spaces are blank […]

Cultivating a Commons

Image: Cultivating a Commons, oil on aluminium 125 x127 cm 2017 I was very pleased to have seen Steph’s post mentioning my work. The benefit of having appropriate peer response is really rewarding. Through her insightful perceptions Steph indicates common human ground between us. I am really looking forward to our meeting up at the residency in […]

Post for Second Symposium

My previous post gave the background (with a lot of technical stuff too) for my exhibit at 2 Girls Gallery. The exhibit consisted of a small 25 x 25cm, oil on aluminium painting and a digital animation, duration just over 2 minutes. which I would like to demonstrate here. So please see below the two items, along […]

TIMELINE 1 – The Temporality and Potential Endlessness of the Line

Waring Rago Studio still – painting sequence captured photographically, as stills, desktop printed and laid out in sequence next to OMPHALOS by Nicholas Gulig. I have been thinking about the Line – all the things that a line is/can be/might be/represents – and in the manner of Sol LeWitt’s Sentences on Conceptual Art (as Jonathan […]

Bound Together in a Digital Age

I constantly reflect on this: The beauty of being able to connect with anyone in the world through the digital (our Skypes chats) is surely one of the great poems of our times – we are all alive and telling each other so, each in our unique individual way – a scenario which has perhaps, the potential […]

Symposium 1

A reflection first: This first symposium was hugely rewarding, hearing about the others on my course and having the chance to introduce my own work. I have revisited yesterday’s Skype session, as I am very keen to get to know everyone properly. The feeling of being connected, of having more and more in common with […]

Introductions

An aside reflection: Introduction: Origin late Middle English (in the sense ‘bring (a person) into a place or group’): from Latin introducere, from intro- ‘to the inside’ + ducere ‘to lead’. The origin of words fascinates me – meaning first, definition later.  I like words, I like poetry in particular when it is poetry which tries to clarify what it is […]