so i threw up a new website first page for OBJEKT publication that a group of us started in january. we’re slowly getting there! it will be worth it, promise. http://objekt.tk/
Forget art school. Smizzy has the answers….. No I actually, I don’t have ALL the answers – but I do know where to find the answers that I seek. Well, answers are usually more like tips to help you find your own personal answer – but resembles some sort of answer never-the-less. I realized aContinue reading “How to Write an Artist statement, word?!”
http://192.168.0.4/~smizz/sky.html check my lame, but awesome, first attempt. I’m hoping with more practice i can really achieve something that looks great. this by the way, is supposed to be sky ;).
OFFICIAL WEBSITE: WWW.PROJECTBIENNALE.TK
i’m not quite sure why my blogging has somewhat eased off over the recent weeks. Perhaps i have been busier than one thinks. Or perhaps I genuinely have really nothing to blog about and the temptation to write about myself – moaning – hasn’t got the better of me …. for a change! I can’tContinue reading “I need to blog more”
Wonderful resource… a ffffound-like site for all things typographical.
Holla at cha girl. IT IS HERE CONTEMPORARY ART AS DIALOGUE ARTIST GROUP HAVE EVENTUALLY GOT HERE THE FESTIVAL, WITH ALL THE HIGHS AND LOWS THAT IT ENTAILS, HAS FINIALLY ARRIVED. STARTS 6TH MARCH – 12TH MARCH MORE DETAILS AND DOWNLOADABLE PUBLICATION (WHICH WILL BE AROUND SHEFFIELD IN BEAUTIFUL PRINT FORM – SO LOOK OUTContinue reading “Platforms, Plateaus and Potential for Progress Art Event/Festival”
Is the new exhibition at TATE Britian curated by Nicholas Bourriad. (we’re now friends on Facebook… how Relational Asthetics is that!? hells yeah!). I’ve wrote reviews and researching it heavily for a presentation so I’m not going to put much about it after the presentation…. but what’s more interesting than the whole entire exhibition isContinue reading “ALTERMODERN”
Photography by Michael Kenna. I have become a bit obsessed with this kind of dead silent, meditative, photography lately. I can’t remember where I first saw Kenna’s work but something about it felt very Japanese, like reading a haiku. Later I found out that most of the images I was looking at, had actually beenContinue reading “Michael Kenna”