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Duchamp revisited

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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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Final Exhibition test

The table arrived from Argos the other day and so now I am in possession of everything I think I need for the final exhibition.  I wanted to test whether my envisaged installation looked as good in the real as … 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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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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Magali Reus

The British Art show – see here has some interesting work. Today my eye caught Magali Reus. I was particularly engaged by her abstract sculptures like this: Leaves (Flint Levels, April) (2015) The shapes are meaningless in one sense. The … 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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Is my bleeding over?

Well, I’ve only bled once since the operation on April 24th (and I know why that happened). So is my bleeding over? The thought gave me an idea for a project: instead of photographing real blood and shit I’d create … Continue reading

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An experiment in lino cutting

I’ve been racking my brains about how to key the triptych of conventional, aspirational and personal symbols into the wider set of symbols. The triptych is black and white and I think it needs to be like that – ie … Continue reading

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