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as well as on Spoonfed.co.uk
Projection really did project me out there and project my work.
It made me start a blog through which I have met and had dialogue with a number of interesting people. For John Jones, it created a buzz of excitement for them and the staff all said the exhibition was getting a lot of positive comments. Their enthusiasm and professionalism did not wane and I have grown very attached to them all.
I have since been preparing for the next group show I am in at Brighton Phoenix , Louise Bristow , Peter Bobby, Rowena Easton, Mark Hewitt, Jane Ward, Rich White
which opens next Friday for a preview, 4th September until 11th October .
Floor Plan explores buildings, architecture, and the physical, aesthetic, and psychological interactions between these structures, their inhabitants, and the surrounding communities.
We are going to be having a panel discussion on the 23rd September with Zoe Whitley, Curator of Contemporary Programmes at the V&A, around the central themes in the ‘Floor Plan’ exhibition, and in particular, the interrelationship between psychology and architecture which inspires further thoughts on the themes I am concerned with in my work.
There are several more exhibitions to go this year and each one teaches me something new and makes new connections. It is a joy ( sometimes laced with anxiety)
And so now I leave you with two things, this interview I did for Oh Goodness Greatness, which is something more personal
So, fellow travellers I leave you with words from Graham Crowley. ‘ Being an artist is a complex and demanding business...’ Ain’t that the truth