Thursday, 20 April 2017

Mahler

a decided «No»




Monday, 20 March 2017

Ruse

Exhibition at the Holden Gallery
at MMU


Saturday, 25 February 2017

Art Academy trip to the Hepworth Gallery

Day 2 of my ART - tour. We went to check out
the Hepworth, and the Hepworth prize for
Sculpture. Helen Marten was my favourite, her
work has a completely different feel, a
freshness, from entering the room, a lightness
and expansiveness. Phyllisa Barlow’s piece
I just, I wanted to leave, I didn’t get it,
and then, at the far side, when I turned
around, and saw it from the top, suddenly
I understood. And that moment, realisation
and shift, now seems, and seemed to be the
most important part of the work.
Here are photos, and some of the beautiful
print and signage. I love the idea of standing
next to a Henry Moore piece, and taking
photographs of the print material.

Steven Claydon
Helen Marten
 Publicity Love.











Friday, 24 February 2017

Flatland

Genius. Maths, equasions, 3D and 2D
geometry, lines, shapes and points.
Surface - all in the context of
19th Century Victorian Society, written
by a mathematition (A.Square)
in 1884.

Followed, by a completely brilliant
workshop with students at Huddersfield
uni.

Flatland from Motion-go on Vimeo.

Eva Hesse


I went to the Fruitmarket gallery in Edinburgh to see the William Kentridge show. Last summer I bought a copy of Eva Hesse’s diaries from the bookshop at hte gallery, and hadn't read it, I took it to it’s rightful home for the day, and read (about half) on the train.



ART - tour

I've been on tour.

These are drawings from the Gormley Sculptures at Blundellsands and Crosby, inspiration for, and with my love film.





























Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Going through the loaf


12 slices of bread.
(stories.)