As part of the Sacconi Residency Weekend, I have been invited to collaborate for one of the events. I interpreted this as an opportunity to re-contextualise the listening experience of classical music. Using the acoustic nature of the medium of the quartet to its advantage by relocating the quartet out of the concert space and placing them directly into the forces of nature.
16mm film made on a Bolex cine camera of an extinguished candle’s last flurry of smoke…
A little film to honour the low sunlight on the winter solstice 2020 featuring a snippet of ‘Gloria in Excelsis’ (glory to the highest) written by John Sheppard in the C16th, sung by The Sixteen.
B L A C K L I G H T | W H I T E L I G H … More
Painting blossom during lock down.
Oil paintings made from light in the real world, January to March 2019
The eureka moment: when all the things I love come together and I can make work manifesting them. water + … More
17 years later, I finally make the piece “hanami” from a piece of pink neon made in 2001 in Glasgow
For the Cheriton Light Festival, I am turning reclaimed wood into cubes and guilding them. I will be putting them … More
A collaborative performance between myself and Dave Robinson. An empty slide projector shined down onto the square pool of water … More
building and positioning a square water pool and experimenting with sound
with my niece Florence.
painting in cool studio on HOT day
solo art exhibition and art residency 21st Dec 2015 – 21st June 2016 At The Wealden Literary Festival 2016 Set … More
detail of photogram of skeletal Magnolia leaves shadow of glass of water with Forget-me-nots in it detail of Forget-me-nots detail … More
Visual research as part of an artist’s residency at Boldshaves, near Tenterden, Kent.
A wedding present Moon gold leaf, Indian ink and gouache on gessoed wood. December 2015.
Using cyanotype coated Fabiano paper, the shadows of the objects remain white, whilst the UV light of the sun creates a chemical reaction, turning the paper blue. A blue-print.