I’m waiting on getting some alkathene, often used in the frame for poly tunnels along with heat shrink wrap plastic to get the light projecting into a dark space version of Bathe in ignorance to its next phase. Richard […]
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For as long as I can remember I have observed and interacted with the world from a super sensory perspective. Once, after observing my behaviour and aesthetic for three years, my art school tutor told me I was sensual and […]
The little video I did back in April projecting a word through pinpricks onto a wall. I’m now back to considering the words I’m using to project. So I came by the words I’m using by photocopying a few pages […]
On Saturday 16th May I travelled to Grimsby to speak at The Lightlines Conference whose theme this year was Sight & Site. Featured artists were Jo Booth, Bradford, Gill Hobson, Grimsby, David Cotterrell, London and myself. I gave an overview […]
Studio Log in pictures. Now reflecting on being bathed in these words. How to push it further is the question on my mind now. Doing some urgent working and slow thinking.
Light Fantastic season celebrates the UNESCO International Year of Light. Liz West’s new light installation will take centre stage in a season of free events at the National Media Museum, celebrating the UNESCO International Year of Light. Manchester-based artist Liz […]
Confronting the notion of Bathe In Ignorance, I have begun by responding to the words in an English dictionary I am unfamiliar with. I considered a literal interpretation of the phrase initially, using words (where the meaning was not known […]
Bathe in Ignorance has progressed through words from a large English dictionary (a few pages) that I don’t know. So far I’ve responded in paint to: abate, abatis, abature, abaxial, abay, Abaza, abb, abbacy, Abbe, and now abbess in light […]
Venue:A-Side B-Side Gallery
From:May 13, 2015
To:May 17, 2015
Within physical architectural spaces, and in this work Through, I have used light as a material that radiates outside of its boundaries and containers. I have playfully refracted light through the several outward facing windows of And Model Gallery in […]
From:March 11, 2015
To:March 29, 2015
A series of images investigating different types of light.
As we all try and combat the January blues (again), I find it a useful pick-me-up to reflect on the previous year hoping that it will serve up some interesting revelation. 2014 was a productive year for me; I entered […]
Beyond Space was commissioned by Eden Arts for Kendal Calling Festival Woodland Arts Trail. Funded by Arts Council England. Mulitcoloured clusters of fluorescent bulbs hung high in the trees above visitors heads, glowing with an array of hues and saturating […]
Nina Murdoch’s Rockingham Row.
Whilst sitting in my parent’s garden in the summer of 1996, I became mesmerised by the patterns created on the table by the light filtering through my father’s pint jug of beer.