Archives for category: Digital Construct

Dead Precedents, 2017– Dead Precedents, 2017 –

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This is the full version of an image I posted as part of my conversation in pictures with Ashley Lily Scarlett on Between Scarlett and Guest.

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David Cook and I are reviewing each other’s record collections one disc at a time on a new blog called Zzzounds! David has just reviewed The Seer by Swans. I’m struggling with my latest review, but am hoping it will be finished soon. David’s review of Swans can be read here.

 

B&B, 2017– B&B, 2017 –

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Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have a blog together. It’s a conversation in pictures and it’s called Between Scarlett and Guest.

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David Cook and I are reviewing each other’s record collections one disc at a time on a new blog called Zzzounds! David has just reviewed The Seer by Swans. Check it out!

 

Blemish, 2016– Blemish, 2016 –

The title for the above construct comes from the title track of David Sylvian’s 2003 album, Blemish.  You can hear it here.

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Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have a blog together. It’s a conversation in pictures and it’s called Between Scarlett and Guest.

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David Cook and I have a new blog called Zzzounds! on which we are reviewing each other’s record collections one disc at at time.

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Happy New Year!

Thanks for all the comments, likes and views – have a great 2017!

31 March 2015

– 31 March, 2015 –

This takes its title from the day it was completed. I started working on it 27th February and continued every day until the 31st March 2015. Once part III was roughly how I wanted it to be I started work on Part I. Once that part was most of the way there, I started on II and then worked on all three parts simultaneously. All three images have a bit of me in there somewhere.

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31 March 2015 II

31 March 2015 IIII

31 March 2015 IIIIII

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Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have started a new blog called Between Scarlett and Guest. It’s a dialogue in pictures. You can read/ eavesdrop on the conversation here.

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To read about my visit with David Cook to the recent Richard Serra exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery, click here.

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