Category Archives: Musings

A Little Bit of Omphaloskepsis (navel gazing to you and me)

I know it’s blatant self-promotion, but such is the life of the post-digital artist! My recent (ahem, successful) application to the Professional Doctorate in Fine Art at UEL was a great opportunity to reconsider and recontextualise the most important strands … Continue reading

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A Room of One’s Own (in a garden in Tottenham)

It seems every day there is a new piece of writing rightly lamenting the high cost of living in London and its effect on artists. In March Nicolas Serota suggested that London’s success as a centre of creativity was at … Continue reading

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A406 project

I’ve been taking some pictures of my favourite bridge over the A406. There is something particularly brilliant about this one near the Walthamstow dog track. I’ve got a bit of a thing for concrete structures like this. Perhaps road bridges … Continue reading

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Svetlana Boym – a quote from The Future of Nostalgia

“The internet is organized in a radically spatial manner; it is datacentric and hypertextual, based on simultaneity, not on continuity. Issues of time, narrative and making meaning are much less relevant in the Internet model. Computer memory is independent of … Continue reading

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More work from 2010

Here are some other manipulated images in the series I posted about previously. I want to show how these images were realised in exhibition. They were not simply framed and hung on the wall, but became integral parts of a … Continue reading

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Recent Work

I am procrastinating over the design of my website meanwhile paying my hosting company for just one home page with a couple of links. What a waste! In the absence of the aforementioned web site I wanted to at least … Continue reading

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First blog post

Since September I’ve filled five notebooks. I can’t find anything I’ve written. Notes on teaching and learning are mixed up with quotes from books, plans for pieces of artwork, records from exhibitions, lists of things to do and books to … Continue reading

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