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Essential Digital Skills For Museum Professionals (2/3)

This blog is the second in a series of posts documenting my experience on Essential Digital Skills for Museum Professionals, a Mu.SA (Museum Sector Alliance) course. So far we have covered: Terminology + methods for sourcing and managing data + information Digital […]

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Do you love art books? Join the Art Book Club

Are you looking for a book club group where you can discuss your favourite art books or artists? Then this book club might be for you: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ArtBookClub/ I set the club up because reading is a solitary activity but when a […]

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Essential Digital Skills For Museum Professionals (1/3)

This blog is part of a series of posts documenting my experience on Essential Digital Skills for Museum Professionals, a Mu.SA (Museum Sector Alliance) course. Mu.SA is an EU network of museums and cultural organisations. Over the next eight weeks, I […]

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meeting and moving

spring is in the air, the clocks have gone forward and there’s been some movement within the non linear project.  i’ve done some more filming and been able to present the work so far to the arts and heritage group […]

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Digesting Politics at MIMA

Keep It Complex added a sprinkle of politics to MIMA’s weekly community lunches on 14/12/2017. We brought cupcakes with the faces of local politicians, MPs, MEPs, councillors, the police and crime commissioner and the Mayor. We also gave people pre-digested […]

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Digesting Politics at Grand Union, Birmingham

Keep it complex headed up to Birmingham to have some tea and Teressa May cake at Grand Union. Our local supermarket had refused to print Teressa May on a Cake, we’re not sure why, something about not being able to […]

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digesting politics in margate

  digesting politics brunch at Resort Studios Margate, 23/7/2017 “Is this the MP?” – “Yes” – “Let’s go and ask him about the Youth Centre.” “Hello, would you like to have a name tag?” “Have you counted how many we […]

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reflecting

since the weekend i’ve been reflecting about the film.  it’s reached the stage of being online and viewed by invitation.  this is part of the research into reactions to a non linear film. for this project i drew upon my experience […]

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happy to update

i am very happy to write this update about the film project.   for those of you new to the blog, let me give you some background. i have a commission from derby silk mill museum to make a non […]

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what is it (2)

what will the world make of it ?  i posed this question at the end of my last post.  in working towards completing the k film based on the silk mill museum, i’ve found myself asking of myself … what […]

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in the beginning

later today i’ll take myself and my equipment into the derby silk mill museum of making and begin the filming for the film commission i’m currently calling  four six one. it’s being produced by sue ball, one of the two […]

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461 – t3

blog of on going non linear film/documentary commission, part of the arts and heritage pilot programme of the museum of making at derby silk mill. the finished work is to be installed into the museum of making.

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White v Brown v Black v White

Recently, I have been questioning and thinking of whether I should speak out about the bullshit I have been through in the art world; someone who is an brown skinned Artist and British born. Who has contributed to society and […]

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How real is reality?

What generates the reality I experience? According to David Eagleman it includes: Data captured by my senses and transmitted to the brain. Information sent to the brain by my own internal model of the world – facts learnt from previous […]

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Our reality; constructed by the mind and always in the past

What our senses pick up – light, sound, taste, smell, sensations – isn’t piped straight to the brain. Instead this information is converted into electrical signals, transmitted to the brain, sifted through to identify patterns and then re-assembled. What results […]

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