I wish I could really enjoy this moment; to be able to have space in my head for absorbing all I know I learnt from this project. But right now my mind is somewhere else… Platform-Autumn is finally edited and […]
Platform - a-n The Artists Information Company
I like the look I’ve achieved with the Platform – Summer, not sure about the editing though but very happy with the colours and texture the digital pinhole has created. I think the longer version is definitely more interesting than […]
As I mentioned on my previous entry: … Platform-Spring has been a hard making process so far. I’m blending the images frame by frame and am allowing my daily insights to take over. The problem is that these insights change […]
I’ve just realised I wrote about Platform – Summer before adding the entry for Platform – Spring. So here it is. Lots of things have happened since my last post that prevented me from working hands on on the Spring […]
Shooting wasn’t easy. Making the “lens” for the digital pinhole wasn’t either. Figuring out how to do the exposure compensation throughout the day was hard. Changing angles to better show the people on the platform…all these things happened and I […]
The London-based organisation that has played a key role in campaigning against oil sponsorship of the arts is looking for a new home due to its office rent more than doubling.
Artwork created in memory of Ken Saro-Wiwa and eight fellow activists, who were executed by the Nigerian military almost 20 years ago, has been seized at Lagos port, with demands for its release ignored by authorities.
An attempt to give a Champagne bottle full of polluted water to the CEO of Shell is part of a wider campaign against the oil industry’s sponsorship of the arts.