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04/10/19

Train doodles whilst chatting with the Dwell Time team on the way back from the Community Rail Awards.

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03/10/19

Long train journey to Telford for the Community Rail Awards and I’ve started doodling with the Echoes of a Market work in mind.

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02/10/19

“Active listening is technique that is used in counseling, training, and solving disputes or conflicts. It requires that the listener fully concentrate, understand, respond and then remember what is being said. This is opposed to other listening techniques like reflective […]

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01/10/19

From the archives: Dialogues: Art, Performance, Film at Rich Mix, January 30 2014 “Conversation makes the world go around. And in recent times creative works of conversation have been a forceful part of contemporary art practices, ‘relational’ and participatory performances, […]

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30/09/19

I went to the Museum of Science and Industry and saw the £50 banknote shortlist exhibition. The exhibition had few artefacts but there was an enigma machine which the selected scientist for the new note Alan Turing famously helped crack […]

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27/09/19

I went to Handforth on a site visit with Dwell Time today. It proved to be quite a long journey by train but a really great meeting and we made use of the train journey to catch up and plan. […]

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26/09/19

New Contemporaries Preview at Leeds Art Gallery I arrived in time for the speeches, looked around the show and talked to some colleagues/friends. We went for drinks after and talked about nepotism in the arts sector. Whilst these types of […]

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25/09/19

Hill walks and conversations today. There is something interesting about conversations at minor altitude (1000ft) possibly due to physiological changes and visual perceptions. I would be interested to see what affect on dialogue climbing to moderate altitude would have.

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24/09/19

Sounds of a Market at Parley, Queensgate Market, Huddersfield

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23/09/19

I had a meeting with the Portico Library today and James brought to my attention one of their previous exhibition In So Many Words: Roget’s Thesaurus and the Power of Language.   “The Portico Library’s first Secretary, Peter Mark Roget, […]

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22/09/19

Reading list: Social Science, Philosophy and Theology in Dialogue A Relational Perspective Edited ByPierpaolo Donati, Antonio Malo, Giulio Maspero First Published 2019 Imprint Routledge This volume explores the potential of employing a relational paradigm for the purposes of interdisciplinary exchange. […]

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21/09/19

Conversational narcissism Anita L. Vangelisti , Mark L. Knapp & John A. Daly Pages 251-274 | Published online: 02 Jun 2009 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03637759009376202?journalCode=rcmm20 Conversational narcissism is typified by an extreme self‐focusing in a conversation, to the exclusion of appropriate concerns for […]

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20/09/19

I went to an artist development session run by Anna Turzynski at Compass Live Art in Leeds about Audience Care. Some key points to consider that I took away include: How we communicate with a rapidly changing audience with new […]

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19/09/19

I gave my Rubbish talk at Impressions Gallery Bradford in the gallery space where Mandy Barker’s show is on. The talk and ensuing dialogue was recorded and will be available on the website! The Rubbish Conversations after the slide presentation […]

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18/09/19

I prepared for my Rubbish talk at Impressions Gallery Bradford and revisited my previous works Talking Rubbish / Rubbish Conversations. I compiled a 30 slide presentation I could talk through but I didn’t prepare a script. My presentation covered some […]

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17/09/19

A non sequitur (English: /ˌnɒnˈsɛkwɪtər/; Classical Latin: [noːn ˈsɛkᶣɪtʊr] “it does not follow”) is a conversational literary device, often used for comedic purposes. It is something said that, because of its apparent lack of meaning relative to what preceded it, […]

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15/09/19

blah noun ˈblä Definition of blah (Entry 1 of 2) 1 or less commonly blah-blah ˈblä-​ˌblä : silly or pretentious chatter or nonsense 2 blahs plural [ perhaps influenced in meaning by blasé ] : a feeling of boredom, lethargy, […]

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13/09/19

Interlocution with Udit Thakre, Psychology student at Sheffield Hallam University, September 2019 To begin, we discuss defining dialogue and Udit gives the following: the function of dialogue is to help the other person understand. It is giving something to another […]

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12/09/19

I was thinking about how much food is the basis of dialogue. I received the gift of onions and squash from my friend’s allotment and I’d promised potatoes from my veg patch in return. This itself prompted a conversation about […]

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11/09/19

I had a day full of everyday dialogue in chunks of minutes and hours: Almost non-stop dialogue in fragments and compartmentalised pieces. Some of the dialogues were about similar/the same things but with different people so different levels depending where […]

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10/09/19

I met with a friend who is a psychology student to interview him about dialogue in his work and research. He’s particularly interested in the lack of dialogue and oppression of individuals, particularly women, in British culture. I’ll write up […]

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09/09/19

Dwell Time was at the Northern Community Rail Conference at the Hilton Leeds on Monday. We had a ‘market stall’ with some Issue 1 copies and we were there to tell people about the project and future plans with the […]

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08/09/19

About Parley who I’m working with currently: “Parley derives from the old french verb “parler” to speak. Parley is a discussion, conference, debate, sometimes used to bring about truce or change. We chose the name because we like it and […]

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