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Recognition–Paralysis Unseen

GUP Magazine have posted an interview about Paralysis Unseen here. Go see it. Advertisements

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Final summary and reflection

This post is a course requirement where I am obliged to create a 500 word post critically evaluating my practice and future development. My practice While I have produced two books, six videos, five websites (generally focused sites here, and … Continue reading

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Family Album 12

This photo is of uncle Jimmy with aunty Miri, his older sister, in 1932. Jimmy must be about 10 and Miri is about 11. Nan and granddad had four children: Miri (April 1921), Jimmy (autumn 1922), mum (January 1928) and … Continue reading

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Family Album 9

Granddad is 83 years old here. Nan in 68, Jim is 9, Steve 7 and I am just over two and a half. I don’t ever remember seeing granddad up and about. A colleague suggested I should scan the pages … Continue reading

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Jacquetta Clark

A photographer Facebook friend of mine sent me this link to an artist’s work because she thought it might interest me. She wasn’t wrong. This still image is taken from an article written here and positions the art in relation … Continue reading

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Symposium 1: term 6

So yesterday the final term was signalled by it’s first symposium. I didn’t get to participate in the Jake Biernat talk last Tuesday, but managed to catch up with the video of it, prior to today’s presentation by Chris Wainwright. … Continue reading

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Rubbish

I’ve been working on a project that is aimed at speaking about the time when things are redundant and used up. Maybe this is because I am on the last lap of the MA – who knows.  I liked the … Continue reading

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Digital footprints and literacy

I read a great article yesterday – see here – about a daughter who found a new perspective on her late mum when she began using her computer. “Her computer activity was like a breadcrumb trail through her inner life: … Continue reading

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Some digital adjustments

I’ve spent some time revising my websites ready for the final evaluation. They are now composed of two discrete groups: one explicitly MA related and the other not. The explicitly MA related sites I have used my MA logo as … Continue reading

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Building on blood and shit (and what a week!)

I’m feeling really embattled at the moment. Dad had a fall in the middle of the night on Sunday and was back in hospital, and then back to the rehab unit, and I’ve got my pacemaker operation this Friday. So … Continue reading

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