Monthly Archives: May 2014

A photo a day – relations

This collage is of my immediate family but at different times in there lives. The shots of Greg, Karen and Alex are quite recent but the others are not.  I think the viewer can tell the relative age of the … Continue reading

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The upcoming [(6)] exhibition

Well my printed and mounted photos arrived and look good for the upcoming exhibition at Banks Street Arts (link). Looking good. I wonder whether the exhibition will be well attended or not? I’ve no real idea of what success looks … Continue reading

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A photo a day – choices, choices

Today was a nice day and so Karen and I decided to go for a drive through Kent and East Sussex. This involved driving through some wonderful countryside we know well but always manage to find new things to see. … Continue reading

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A photo a day – hospital

Mum went for a biopsy today so I accompanied her (to be exact I went to the hospital in my car and stayed with mum to see in her in the taxi home as she cant get my wheelchair in … Continue reading

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A photo a day – a door restored to its former glory

Some of you may remember a post from last month about our front door needing some tender loving restoration (See here). Well the talk was completed today and here is the door in all of its new glory. I love … Continue reading

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A photo a day – objectivity/subjectivity

Both of these images reflect an aspect of my life – one tries to show it forensically through form while the other reflects my emotional response (weary resignation and underlying bitterness and anger) to a life filled with the struggle … Continue reading

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A photo a day – looking out of my window

Tanya’s post (link) alerted me to Gillian Wearing’s call to shoot short videos of our views here: (link). I didn’t want to do that as I’ve made my choice of demarcation to be not to shoot video. So here is … Continue reading

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A photo a day – feeling colourful

Even though it’s raining outside the recent publicity for a group exhibition I mentioned yesterday has really raised my spirits and I wanted to reflect this in today’s quadriptych image. I know that I am supposed to follow the convention … Continue reading

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inspiration

Originally posted on Huijun Guan:
http://vimeo.com/89789060 Took from creatorsprojector’s website: Sewing Machine Orchestra (SMO), an unconventional musical ensemble imagined and created by Montreal-based new media artist and electroacoustic composer, Martin Messier. For SMO—which is still touring internationally—Messier’s technological wizardry induced…

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A photo a day – seeing red

You’d think that after 35 years of dealing with the management of impairment that I’d keep on top of things. Well you’d be wrong. Before going away for my recent trip I submitted a repeat prescription request online. When I … Continue reading

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