Monthly Archives: May 2017

What does it all meme?

Sometimes the last-minute ideas are the maddest, yet, nonetheless worth pursuing, don’t you think? Such a last-minute idea came to me ten days ago, during my Final Major Project assessment, just in time for the forthcoming degree show. During this … Continue reading

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Inside vs outside and infinite stuff vs infinite space

One of the activities I have been engaged in during my 9-month long obsession over repetition has been doodling on painted MDF. I have spent hours doodling and drawing, scribbling and musing. The doodles are about repetition. The doodles represent repetition. They … Continue reading

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The age-old question: is it art?

I’ve been thinking more today about my defect art. I have been asking myself what it is about these innocuous little examples of graffiti that I like so much. All I am doing is painting holes and marks. The question … Continue reading

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Copying defects – the real vs the unreal

I am now marching (or being marched, it feels like) swiftly towards the Degree Show in the Fine Art department here in Wolverhampton. There is just one month to go. The studios are buzzing with ain air of creative stress … Continue reading

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