– Tonight, Tonight, Tonight, 2014 –
– Supper’s Ready, 2014 –
This post is dedicated to Keith (RIP) and David. (Hope the shoot went well!)
Hehe, funny title. Reminds me of Gordon Ramsay. I really enjoy that first shot with the gas mask.
Thanks very much, Cardinal. Yes, I hadn’t thought of him – I barely know who he is (we haven’t had a TV since 1994). The quotation’s from an art work by Keith Arnatt.
Getting rid of the TV is a good idea. I used to live without a TV for many years (this was even before we had internet). Nowadays we download or stream everything…
Yes, there was no such thing as DVDs when we did it. We read a lot of books, ha ha. Nikki doesn’t watch anything, except what we download for Jr. And I watch the odd thing, but it’s nice to not have a TV on in the background all the time.
Oh, hooray! Someone else without a tv! 😀
It’s so much better without 🙂
We are without tv too! For 20 years or so… I love not having a tv…
Is it Genesis day today? I published ‘Evidence of Autumn’!
It’s looking that way!
I wonder if there are any others out there…
Haha, so we are just the only ones? Did you see the BBC documentary?
Yes, really enjoyed it. I’m sure I’ve seen Steve Hackett (never knew what he looked like now before that) in town a few times.
Take his portrait! I am a fan. I understand his feelings about his part in the history as presented in the documentary and the lack of attention for his or ant philips dolo careers. If you want to study body language
The tensions were quite visible still. They did make great music.
Yes, it was fascinating – there’s still tension between Tony Banks and Peter Gabriel too. There was a lovely moment where TB was being critical of Lamb and PG did a very slight head shake that totally communicated his amused disbelief.
Yep true, PG came out as the wise man doong what he knows he wants. I missed Wind and Wuthering…
Ps Gordon Ramsay would put a few fucks in the title
Be pleased that you barely know Gordon Ramsay 🙂
Thanks very much, Alison. I am 🙂
Interesting new directions you’re taking. Like them very much.
Thanks very much, Ellen. Glad you like them.
I love the expansion from Keith Arnatt’s collected notes and messages that evidence day to day to not the quite ordinary of your images.
Thanks very much, EllaDee. I knew nothing about Keith Arnatt until David told me about his work. The pictures of his wife’s notes are unexpectedly emotionally powerful – beautiful and sad work. I kind of think this emotional content is missing in much contemporary conceptual art, which is why I have difficulty connecting with it.
A touching tribute Richard.
Thanks very much, Patti.
Reblogged this on rebloggobbler.
Thank you, Douglas.
Hey Richard, you’re welcome.
Thanks for choosing to follow my blog =).
You’re welcome – great stuff!
Thank you very much. I hope to hear from you more often.
[…] first one, not knowing about this theme: ‘Evidence of Autumn’ about a Genesis song. Yesterday blog friend Richard Guest portrayed two other Genesis songs as well! […]
A nice couple of abstract images, Richard! I REALLY like Supper’s Ready… From a seemingly innocuous piece of cloth there is SO much of a story to tell. Great work! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard!
Thanks very much, Rabirius.
Keith Arnatt had such an amazing sensibility – an inspiration to us all and not just when we are using a camera!
Indeed. Great work.
You leave me so much to wonder about! Love these two.
I’m really glad the posts are doing something and that you like the shots, Elena! Thanks very much.
Great post, Richard – funny, creepy, lovely, creepy!
Thanks so much, Ashley! Really glad you like it.
Glimpses of a post apocalyptic world… well done.
Thanks very much, Karen.
Great images. I’ve always found gas masks quite sinister – they seem to dehumanised the wearer.
Yes, I agree – they make us look more like an animal or an insect I think.
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