Monthly Archives: July 2011
I’ve just got back from Nottingham, where I met artist John Newling for a conversation about my PhD work. The conversation with John was richly full of diversions around the theme of salted earth. We discussed his early salt works, … Continue reading
Yesterday I went to the British Museum to see “Treasures from Heaven”, an exhibition of medieval relics and reliquaries. I sketched the ‘Icon of the Man of Sorrows’, an incredible portable reliquary with an intricate mosaic of Jesus surrounded by … Continue reading
I have been thinking about systems, and ways of processing information about place; how to weave together the collected narratives, images, films and other data, some of which document the vanished, the mysterious, and the occult. Maybe I watch too many … Continue reading
I have uploaded the film I made on Super 8 earlier this year to Vimeo..
I went to see “Gone with the Wind” at Raven Row gallery, (http://www.ravenrow.org/current/) works by Max Eastley, Takehisa Kosugi, Walter Marchetti and Resonance104.4fm. (see images on left) Max Eastley’s early works included a piece called Airophone, strangely enough. I really enjoyed … Continue reading
Whilst exploring the internet I came across this book: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Salt-Routes-Old-Photographs/dp/1848684762 and reading the authors blog, I discovered that salt routes were some of the earliest roads criss-crossing the UK, as salt was traded between towns. From wikipedia: A salt road (also known as … Continue reading
I have uploaded the film of ‘Confabulation’ onto Vimeo. See this link: