turns out it’s virtually impossible to take pictures of my pieces – i’d need to do some kind of hdr stitch job – so they lack the impact that i really feel they have in person. luckily we had a professional photographer on hand, he should do a better job 🙂
i think i’ve pulled off the play on scale i wanted to show – the works change as you view them at different distances – from the bold stripes of the blanket to the lupes with the small pieces that take you right *into* the fiche itself.
speaking with a textile artist friend at the opening, and she saw the textile influences in the work, so that’s cool 🙂
it’s brilliant to see the pieces hung as i’d envisaged, with no visible wiring. josh at MADE did a great job of installation. by comparison the fiches are a little clumsier than i’d hoped, but again at least i found a battery regime that, while fiddly, keeps them on permanently.
still time to see the show, runs until sept 10th 🙂
99p on ebay 😀
quote from johannes gutenberg
i’ve got that beginning of term nervous excitement thing going on atm
i passed my degree \o/ first class \o/
now that i’m trying to get my name and work out there i’m going to keep this college blog going as a single place to find me, for potential customers, curators, retail stockists or collaborators. my interests and work are varied, browse and find out more about what i do or try the categories at right if you’re after specific information, i’m quite organised in my filing 🙂