Monthly Archives: March 2015

Landscape Artist

When I tell people I make art they ask what sort, and I stumble, unsure how to answer. They want to know the genre and the materials I use, to categorise, as we need to categorise to understand. I generally … Continue reading

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Maquettes

I have been making some maquettes of daymarks. They are not models of any particular marks, but are sculptures inspired by them. I used materials I had in my studio and in the art shop; I particularly enjoyed the insulating … Continue reading

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Creative Practice Personal Project at the City Lit: product from the Factory term: ‘vitrinisation’

We knew from start that this term we would end with putting on an ‘exhibition’ in one of the display cabinets the City Lit has arrayed along its front windows. I had vaguely imagined this would be a collection of … Continue reading

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Constructivist drawings

I was inspired by the Constructivist drawings at the Whitechapel to make drawings of the Daymarks in a similar style. The Daymarks themselves have a constructivist character. I have found photos of quite a few navigation structures around the White … Continue reading

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Adventures of the Black Square at the Whitechapel

This exhibition is lovely! Despite arriving in my normal bad mood and carrying a heavy bag I found it uplifting, delightful. It is a huge survey, with many many artists, some familiar, some unknown; with a diversity of nationality, and … Continue reading

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