The Centre of Regenerative Medicine Edinburgh invited me t0 do an interview for a podcast on art, research and science communication. Discussing automatic drawing, ailments, snowflakes, oligodendrocytes and more. oh and i think i forgot to mention fatigue, only the … Continue reading
My work traverses medium and most disciplines in a process lead, intuitive manner. I create because I need to create. I believe there is always a positive in every situation-sometimes you have to think outside the box, or dig deeper … Continue reading
All finished! The Variance, Vagaries and Extreme Randomness of MS – Interactive: make your own poem TERMS – digital film looped Broken Signal – installation, 14metres of 16mm cine-film looped and projected.
Secondary Currents (1982) The text appears you read it but the voice you hear in nonsensical, not even a foreign language, a disconnect between mind and vision you question what you are reading and what you hear…
‘So Is This’ Michael Snow Concrete poetry as film do you have the concentration to watch this all the way through-48.33minutes rolling words or are they flashing… language, simplistic but also quite humorous. Silent but you can hear the words … Continue reading
Precious Hunter-Smith at Meltdownment ‘Great lines are those whose words ‘have often a network of tentacular roots reaching down to the deepest terrors and desires’. Thus, strangely, we recognise the sound often before we comprehend the meaning…The loss is incalculable. … Continue reading
This film works in conjunction with the interchangeable poem book The Variance, Vagaries and Extreme Randomness of MS (which i am thinking of changing or adapting the title of for ease of remembering!) After playing this at Meltdownment it became … Continue reading
An exhibition to place work in a ‘show’ context/arena, opening dialogues in preparation for the final tweaking and refinements before the Master’s Graduation Show.
An Enquiry into Communication A play with language and words, using Concrete poetry, which is an architecture of words on a page, the drawing in text – engaging the active reader, taking them to the next level. Some of these … Continue reading
A poetry corner, stand on your box and rant. Monitor on the plinth, projected profile view in conversation with oneself, the conversation that normally takes place in ones mind-externalised…but the sound for the projector sat in a different corner-dislocated, lost, … Continue reading