Shape of Light

If I can't get to London by October 14, then please Tate Modern bring the Shape of Light to Tate St Ives. This is one of those exhibitions I would love to see in person. Described as the first time the Tate Modern "tells the intertwined stories of photography and abstract art" from the past … Continue reading Shape of Light

The Strindberg test (ish)

Having been recently introduced to the Celestographs of August Strindberg, I am¬† now venturing into testing out his technique - sort of. Strindberg, who, during the 1890s, dabbled in making these photograms/chemigrams when he apparently had a creative block in his work as a playwright, created the images at night. This, it is reported, is … Continue reading The Strindberg test (ish)

1-2-1 February 28

It is refreshing to speak with my lecturer Wendy McMurdo about my project, and this 1-2-1 was no exception. Sometimes we can become so embroiled in a project that it's hard not to become blinkered to certain ideas you hold. This is why speaking about my plans with Wendy is so beneficial. Initially, we had … Continue reading 1-2-1 February 28