Tag Archives: landscape

Inspiration

I get inspired by lots of things and want to mention four here. The first is The Drawer Project which is a simple typological collaboration  instigated by Blas González, and Open College of Arts Student. Blas attributes part of the … Continue reading

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Blue

Sitting in my inbox was a e-newsletter from my new friend: The Royal Photographic Society. The correspondence was timely as there is less to do now for the MA: the book is printed most the items I want to present … Continue reading

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Golden nights

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One for my colleagues

Some of my MA colleagues visited Margate recently and went to see Alex Chinneck’s house. However when they arrived it was boarded up. This is what they missed.

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Lumiere and the news

Last Friday K and I visited the Lumiere London Festival at Kings Cross. I like the idea of lightscapes – especially those that turn one thing into another. Do you remember the Queens Golden Jubilee where Buckingham Palace was transformed … Continue reading

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Published

One of the images I created for my public landscapes series – see some here – was published this week in Big Issue in the North. Here it is. It’s nice seeing an image I created in print.

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Project 12: Public landscapes – review

Intention This project has been all about creating pictures that speak from within themselves about the social experience of disability. My inclusion of the disability symbol in these rather ordinary landscapes hopefully triggers a thought process with the viewer about … Continue reading

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Project 12: Public landscapes – urban landscapes and people

Rather than just document the landscape and inject a sense of disability into the image through symbolism I have selected a different kind of landscape here – ones with people in. Indeed  you could argue that these images are not … Continue reading

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Project 12: Public landscapes – docks and countryside

So this is a series of images that continue my exploration of the landscape and injecting the vistas with a sense of what its like to move around it as a wheelchair user. I’ve tried something quite different with this … Continue reading

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Project 12: Public landscapes – the seaside

Working on these first two images offered me a sense of where the edges of this approach (ie symbolism digitally inserted into frames) might be. For example in this first shot the sign is so small as to be invisible … Continue reading

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