This one took several days to put together, thank goodness for “save as draft” is all I have to say…
We spent a week in Hunstanton, here’s some pictures:
Mikey Please announced his new company Parabella Studios with Daniel Ojari , He also uploaded his marvellous short Marilyn Miller to Vimeo to celebrate. He’s the PTA of the animation world as far as I am concerned…
One of the perks of doing this often is that it takes away the stigma of it being a big deal. So with this being the first for a while, let’s get on with it….
The solo exhibition “Thinking Matters” — which represents another step in Nikolaus Gansterer’s visual research — explores in detail the relationship between drawing, thought and action. His work is a true example of interdisciplinary studies; it is the result of a close confrontation between socio-humanistic, scientific and artistic disciplines from which the artist takes single methodologies and applies to these his unique, higly personal artistic language. The result of this work is an installation which occupies the entire space: the work is composed of autonomous elements which, contemporaneously, are tiles of a vaster mosaic which the artist has developed specially for the gallery space.
So I look at the date on the last post like this and just wade through my social media posts to put down anything of any particular note here, like a searchable back up, similar to what Scobletrousers talks about here.
The idea of an independent webis becoming increasingly vital I think, it takes effort, and does not come naturally to most. This blog is not currently self-hosted, but should be…
Still going after over three weeks. It’s interesting to see what you notice.
(Text culled from the Instagram posts.)
(If you can’t see the embeds you might need to go here to see them.)
(Oh yes, and about half way through this sequence I start recording which notebook each sketch is in, more on that later.)
11/365. Bottle opener left to me by my dearly departed Nan. With actual scorpion.…
Glass Gellage by Michal Macku
Since the end of 1989, Michal Macku has used his own creative technique which he has named “Gellage” (the ligature of collage and gelatin). The technique consists of transfering the exposed and fixed photographic emulsion from its original base on paper. This transparent and plastic gelatin substance makes it possible to reshape and reform the original images, changing their relationships and endowing them with new meanings during the transfer. The finished work gives a compact image with a fine surface structure.
Gene and Michael Harrisson (Robert Holcombe)
Biological Camouflage (Umbria & Puglia I), 1978
Biological Camouflage (Les Chateaux de la Loire I), 1977
Biological Camouflage (Schwabische Alb), 1977
Thanks to les-sources-du-nil for the link
Chiharu Shiota: Other Side, 2013
Parker Ito. The Agony and the Ecstasy, 2012
Facundo Pires 55x42 Cm Archival pigment print. 2012.