Archives for posts with tag: Collage

Untitled (Paperhouse), 2016– Untitled sketch (Paperhouse), 2016 –

The title for this sketch comes from the song by Can. It appears on their 1971 album, Tago Mago.  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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New Rose (sketch), 2016– New Rose (sketch), 2016 –

The title for this sketch comes from the song by The Damned. It appears on their 1977 album, Damned Damned Damned.  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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Landscape with longing, transformed (sketch), 2016– Landscape with longing, transformed (sketch), 2016 –

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The titles used in this post were created with a Markov generator invented by my friend Matthew Olden…texts used in the process were titles of works listed in a history of abstract painting and news about Britain leaving the EU from Thursday’s Guardian. Anyway, full post about Markov coming soon…Thanks, Matthew!

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David Cook and I just discussed a Mark Wallinger exhibition. You can read the first post 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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The Ghost In Our Children (sketch), 2016– The Ghost In Our Children (sketch), 2016 –

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The titles used in this post were created with a Markov generator invented by my friend Matthew Olden…texts used were titles from a history of abstract painting and headline news from today’s Guardian about Boris Johnson not running for leader of the Conservative party – hopefully the end of his career. Anyway, full post about Markov coming soon…Thanks, Matthew!

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David Cook and I just discussed a Mark Wallinger exhibition. You can read the first post 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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22nd June 2016 Landscape (sketch), 2016– 22nd June, 2016 Landscape (Sketch), 2016 –

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

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And she sees the house from scratch, 2016*

The titles used in this post were created with a Markov generator invented by my friend Matthew Olden…full post about Markov coming soon…Thanks, Matthew!

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David Cook and I just discussed a Michael Craig-Martin exhibition. You can read the first post 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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1st March 2016 (Sketch)– 1st March, 2016 (Sketch), 2016 –

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David Cook and I just discussed a Michael Craig-Martin exhibition. You can read the first post here.

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

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Central Hotel, 2015

Central Hotel
Photography, digital manipulation
2015

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Central Hotel (I), 2015– Central Hotel (I), 2015 –

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Central Hotel (II), 2015– Central Hotel (II), 2015 –

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Shadows and Light, 2012– Shadows and Light, 2012 –

Whatever Happened To All The Fun In The World, 2015

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Whatever Happened To All The Fun In The World (I), 2015– Whatever Happened To All The Fun In The World (I), 2015 –

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Whatever Happened To All The Fun In The World (II), 2015– Whatever Happened To All The Fun In The World (II), 2015 –

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The way you wear your hat/ I can ruin the world in pictures/ the way you sip your tea/ bring about apocalypse/ the memory of all that/ brush the dust off my hands/ no they can’t take that away from me/ and walk away

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Part two of my conversation with David Cook…

London Eyeball

Joseph Cornell, Untitled (Tilly Losch), c. 1935-38 Joseph Cornell, Untitled (Tilly Losch), c. 1935-38

On 5th September 2015, Richard Guest and I visited the Joseph Cornell exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. We continued to talk about the show via email for a number of weeks. This is the second part of that electronic conversation – you can read part one here.

Richard: Except in a broad sense, I don’t see autobiography in Cornell’s work. He did not travel much outside Flushing, New York – he was a carer for his brother and mother, and a lot of biogs refer to his reclusiveness. So, I think a lot of the boxes are products of isolation – they spring from a yearning to escape the day-to-day routine. Although some titles refer to specific events or people, I don’t think Cornell had any connection with many of them beyond fantasy. For example, I Googled Tilly Losch – she was also known as…

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