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a good trio of a painter, a photographer and a theorist, all of whose work was unknown to each other

constructive and questioning and perhaps not professional enough, not to be concerned about offending the egO s. to premote and be selective in our presentations||||||

a poem post words spoken by me, responded to by others:

a painter, primarily? a writer.

BLOGGING GOOD POSITIVE A TRANFERAL OF WRITING by had in paper books

sublime, conTENT text, writing…

Studio space unsuitable but enjoy evolving. adapt to ssurroundings. I use white spaces to HOUSE MY work’

Sublime. outline continue to try for I

text adds to anrrative

Physical scale is a challenge- ladder sized painting exciting

i say exciting a lot

hand made books content: time put it: about rationalising thoughts understanding the world

an essential way to feel i . balanced . it

began in Taiwan as a way of contemplating and working through encountering the unknown inside and out

landscapes are found, not owned or bought, so nice to use found surfaces.

Boundaries of curatable things- frayed up edges, attached to walls with nails

CARDBARD PAINTING NAILED TO THE WALL IN EMBASSY GALLERY. IT WORKS

is this a finished piece? ay

i am experimenting with conventional surface and curatorial boundaries

sketchbook pages enlarged, big= nice to partake in

exciting

writing to explore the unknown, its settling

communication you see.

expectations/ conventions of painting= breaking awAY!

written/ visual languages meshing together

language isolation

to do with makiNg the audience feel like they are wehere i was in the landscape- i want to communicate the excitement i feel when I am in the landscape and painting.

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