Category Archives: Reference Material about Artists of particular relevance to my practice

Italian Futurism – 1909 – 1944 ‘Reconstructing the Universe’

‘Inspired by the markers of modernity – the industrial city, machines, speed and flights – its adherents celebrated disruption and sought to revitalize what they determined to be a static, decaying culture and an impotent nation that looked to its

Italian Futurism – 1909 – 1944 ‘Reconstructing the Universe’

‘Inspired by the markers of modernity – the industrial city, machines, speed and flights – its adherents celebrated disruption and sought to revitalize what they determined to be a static, decaying culture and an impotent nation that looked to its

Dada Movement

This really reminds me of how I was struck by the object and shape of the form created by crumpling up a piece of paper. The chance, the fragments. I highly enjoy the uncertainty of knowing where my work will

Dada Movement

This really reminds me of how I was struck by the object and shape of the form created by crumpling up a piece of paper. The chance, the fragments. I highly enjoy the uncertainty of knowing where my work will

Nobuhiro Nakanishi

  Nobuhiro Nakanishi creates layered landscapes using photography on acrylic sheets. I went to see his show and was blown away by the whole experience of it, reminded me very much of the Japanese scrolls but in an updated way.

Nobuhiro Nakanishi

  Nobuhiro Nakanishi creates layered landscapes using photography on acrylic sheets. I went to see his show and was blown away by the whole experience of it, reminded me very much of the Japanese scrolls but in an updated way.

Henri Matisse – The Cut Outs at Tate Modern

This exhibition showed the work created by Matisse towards the end of his career, when his health stopped him from being able to paint he would ‘carve in colour’ and create his cut outs. Developing a whole new medium. They

Henri Matisse – The Cut Outs at Tate Modern

This exhibition showed the work created by Matisse towards the end of his career, when his health stopped him from being able to paint he would ‘carve in colour’ and create his cut outs. Developing a whole new medium. They

Neil Ayling

‘ Lloyds Cut and Float‘ Site specific installation   He uses a physical and visual editing technique to redefine sculptural aesthetics of the cityscape. I find his work very visually engaging and exciting – I think its something about the

Neil Ayling

‘ Lloyds Cut and Float‘ Site specific installation   He uses a physical and visual editing technique to redefine sculptural aesthetics of the cityscape. I find his work very visually engaging and exciting – I think its something about the

Natural Phenomena and the Human Body

  In fact, the weather’s impact on your body and the natural world is so varied, there’s a whole scientific study devoted to it: biometeorology. It’s a small, but diverse field of atmospheric scientists who study how — and why —

Natural Phenomena and the Human Body

  In fact, the weather’s impact on your body and the natural world is so varied, there’s a whole scientific study devoted to it: biometeorology. It’s a small, but diverse field of atmospheric scientists who study how — and why —