Tag Archives: form

Progression? Exploration?

You really need to see this in person to enjoy the differences fully.

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Dulwich Picture Gallery and my exhibition

For no particular reason other than it was a wet grey day, K and I decided to visit the Dulwich Picture Gallery. We’d seen that they were running an exhibition on  Van Dyck (The Guardian states that he was the … Continue reading

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I attended my local hospital for an Echocardiogram on Saturday and asked if I could create an photo of the event but was told I couldn’t. So I present you with this image instead. I like it for its form … Continue reading

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Movement and the impaired body

I found a really interesting video here that  shows and explores  impaired bodies as they move. The video was created using motion capture and 3D animation and really allows the viewer to see the essence of the movements and the … Continue reading

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Chest pain

I had my preadmission appointment today and have an operation planned for next week. But I have been getting a lot of chest pain and breathlessness lately. (Not surprising when you consider my level of blood loss!). The staff said … Continue reading

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Project 18: Usurping intended function

I had a leaking leg bag a few days ago. I do check them before putting them on but this one must have contained an inherent weakness in its structure that only failed once the bag was under pressure from … Continue reading

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Old London and exhibiting

I visited the London Metropolitan Archives yesterday. They have a small exhibition of photos on Victorian London – see here for details. The photos were interesting but it was the exhibition values that caught my attention (just like at the … Continue reading

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MA Interim show

As I have been working on all the aspects of the MA Interim (ie first year) show a nagging little thought has been popping up. Is it fair for a 57 year old retiree to take space from younger people … Continue reading

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This image caught my eye

This photo caught my eye.  It was published in the A-N website promoting INSIGHTS: An Exhibition of Photographs by Carers in Hertfordshire Camera Club. What was it that resonated? Well the aesthetic approach firstly. Big dominant shapes filling the frame … Continue reading

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Disability, art, humour and discourse

One thing I haven’t touched on much is disability art and humour. Kier Williams provided a link at a tutorial see here and the approach to the representation of disability, impairment and all things related was interesting. Aaron Williamson’s site … Continue reading

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