Fantastic Voyage Installation Diary: Days 16-18 & Show Time!

As I was working up until 6pm on the evening of the opening and had no time to wash or change or any of that nonsense and I had no time to post here. In. When youre doing this sort of work, whatever amount of time you have at your disposal, you will fill it. …

Fantastic Voyage Installation Diary: Days 14 and 15 and an Unusual Proposal.

The work is getting bitty now as I am finishing off bits and pieces. Yesterday I gave myself the morning off and decided to do maximum four hours in the afternoon. I worked fast and I was finished early, home by six and even managed to get a swim in. Today I got quite a …

Fantastic Voyage Installation Diary: Kevin’s House ~ Day Tirteen (that’s Irish for thirteen)

Another slog of a day yesterday but a good one too. I am having lots of thoughts about my work and about how I work, thoughts which are recurring but seem to be clarifying themselves more. I feel as if this work is the culmination of my BAand MA in a way. Not that I …

Fantastic Voyage Installation Diary: The Physical Cost ~ Days 6/7 or thereabouts

  Nearly half way there now but even before I started building I was bearing the marks of hauling old bits of timber with random screws and nails in them about: splinters, grazes, scratches, cuts. My poor dear mother - who dreams of me getting a nice job in a nice office - worries about …

Week 12 : Barbara Foulkes – As Governments Build Walls Between Us, Tapping into the Creative Potential of Destruction

A great article from B(Thanks B 🙂 ) Original at HyperAllergic Summoning within her own body the necessary force to make the assemblage crumble, Foulkes transforms the dancer-sculpture duet into an aerial mosh pit. Abraham Cruzvillegas, “Autoreconstrucción: To Insist, to Insist, to Insist”, Bárbara Foulkes hanging onto Cruzvillegas’ sculpture at The Kitchen (all photos by …