Monthly Archives: January 2019

Bringing real art to the book shelves at the university library

QuARTet’s follow on projects, entitled Eye D and Litterature to the Tow Path Eye came to me by a old connection. Serendipity: ‘the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way’. This is how I … Continue reading

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The formation of QuARTet and Tow Path Eye

This is a bit of a retrospective entry, about an art event that happened in the summer. The art collective, called QuARTet that began with that event though, is ongoing, and will continue to grow. Although my role in QuARTet … Continue reading

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Shadows and virtual reality

Walking out of school today with my youngest child, as the low winter sun began to set behind the school walls, we had a discussion about shadows. We marvelled at the size of them and the depth of the darkness … Continue reading

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Virtual still-lifes – a collection of ‘can’t live without’ things

Last week I spent a couple of hours at the amazing Fab Lab in West Bromwich with free reign of their virtual reality equipment and software. It had taken me a few weeks to organise myself to visit the Fab Lab. … Continue reading

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What creativity block has done for me

It’s taken me a long time to write this so please be kind. Creatively, I am usually very manic. At least, normally I experience short waves of activity followed by short waves of inactivity. It’s the way my brain functions. … Continue reading

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The object I couldn’t live without is…

What would you expect the answer to be to this question? Something treasured, something alive? Something vital to life? Some unique artefact of sentimental object with a personal history? Or perhaps something useful? When I posed this question to my … Continue reading

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