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Making order out of disorder

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Spectacle and Arte Povera at the Tate

Last week was not great. Two arguments with the bank over dad’s Power of Attorney, a formal complaint on two counts being upheld, then another complaint and compensation, dad’s boiler breaking down, dad breaking down, Karen thinking there is a … Continue reading

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Symposium–February 3rd 2015

Yesterday’s symposium consisted of a wide ranging discussion of all sorts of things. Interactivity (eg Blast Theory) , destruction (eg Michael Landy) – where definitions of art and games don’t really work any more eg in some interactive games that … Continue reading

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My first post in Windows 8.1

So the last two days have been spent working hard installing and configuring software on a new PC. It should all go swimmingly of course, but that has never really been the case has it? So in a way this … Continue reading

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A photo a day – out of kilter

I should be at dad’s today but can’t face him. Or not so much him as his behaviour. I know it’s a call for help and the appointment with the care service is going ahead and then the lady is … Continue reading

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A photo a day – dreams

“The old bloke had always dreamed about winning the Lottery for most of his life, but now was too old to enjoy it even if he did win, so limited himself to buying the Sunday paper.”

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A photo a day – lift

“After the lift door closed Pete began to feel uneasy”

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A photo a day – Greg and the Sunday paper

Today’s photo is a purely playful thing. It’s of Greg, my eldest son in the back garden. I had originally envisaged  a portrait with a Victorian evocation, and in many ways this does just that. Greg is posing as if … Continue reading

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A photo a day – a congratulatory card

A card was put through my door today. My dear mum had taken the trouble to buy, write and bring around a card for me while tomorrow she will be finding out whether her Ovarian cancer is treatable and to … Continue reading

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A photo a day – call the midwife!

Greg and Alex are out, there is no football and so Karen and I decided to pop down to Chatham Dockyard for a few hours. It was a warm afternoon but hardly anyone was present so it felt like we … Continue reading

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