Moving is in every direction

Wolfgang Tillmans with Isa Genzken, Science Fiction Every direction is go… Last week I was in Berlin and a dear friend directed me to the Hamburger Bahnhof, which is an amazing art museum of contemporary art, in a train Station, specifically for the route of Berlin to Hamburg in the 1840s. It’s a beautiful building, painted […]

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The Library of Water 

   I visited Roni Horn’s Library of Water yesterday while in Iceland, and then while wandering around town I found the regular library, and a very helpful librarian who was fantastic in finding me all the books they have on her and useful infomation around the subject. The project is a interesting one, seemingly simple, […]

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Kaleidoscopic

    Olafur Eliasson So I have been happily obsessed with kaleidoscopes now for the past year, and what started as a minor curiosity with an old childhood toy, has become something to dig and explore into over and over again, in different mediums, and with different ideas on accuracy, perfection, and reflection. For kaleidoscopes, […]

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Sonic

So I thought I’d play with the idea of collage and sound, after seeing a fantastic collage by David Michael Reyes, on instagram (see here for the post.) All in all, I think it needs to be animated somehow, but this is just the first stage, so we’ll see how it goes from here.   […]

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Digital Experiments

“Burn it all down (to see what grows)” 2017 I love my photoshop, but I normally stick to my handcut cut and paste for collage work, knowing that using the digital renders me indecisive. There is never one piece created         (if there is, it’s really just the tip of the iceberg, […]

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To the Sea

I travelled to Puerto Rico this last summer, and ever since I have been obsessed with waking up and looking at the sea out of the window. Especially as that sea reflected the green of the lush jungle of the islands under the dappled grey of the sky, dusting listy across the sea. The colours […]

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On Psychogeography

NYC, fabric on wood, 18″ by 24″, 2014 REJ, fabric on card, 18″ by 24″, 2015 When I first moved to NYC, I looked for a map. In London there’s the A to Z a handy small map book you can take everywhere. But that doesn’t exist in NYC, people just asking others which way […]

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Kaleidoscope Hearts

I’ve become a little obsessed with kaleidoscopes recently, I guess with the New Year upon us, the idea of seeing things through a new filter is interesting to me. And the idea that by rotating the way we perceive things- however minute the turn, we can change how we see them. In this new political […]

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