This was my yesterday. This was a fab day of showing and experimenting and experiencing. In my Performance design MA, we were given the brief to create a sunrise or a sunset. We were given about 5 days to prepare, 10 minutes to show and all of the resources the PCI have at the University... Continue Reading →
Tentative is a funny feeling. It's an unsettled underlying reaction to an experimental act or situation. It lacks certainty. It lacks definite framework, and opens up the chance of failure, or just an unknown outcome. However to be tentative is not a bad thing. It also shows consideration of risk, and the value of the... Continue Reading →
So (for one reason or another) it seems I have had a bit (lot) of a break. But I received a fabulous email a couple of days ago from a man called Joe. The first two weeks of my June were spent at the Kunstort Eleven Artspace in Borstingen, Germany. Whilst I was there I... Continue Reading →
A look at texture, shadow and contrast at my feet in south Germany. I spent half a day looking straight down and I don't regret it.
Interactions at the Kunstort Eleven Artspace The environment at Eleven is one that fosters interaction and exploration. Freedom is paramount; ideas and practice can be shared without fear of judgement. Even though geographically isolated, the sense of openness and community seems integral and ingrained. The distance from technology: the lack of screens; the separation... Continue Reading →
Forever a work in progress. You could probably call it a reflection; rather than a statement. An attempt at grounding my reflections and understanding the direction in which my thoughts are taking me. The process of making is still important, but now there is less focus on using the items I find by chance. This... Continue Reading →