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Record

this has always been one of my favourite videos since i first saw it. i’ve always loved objective filming of ordinary life i feel this video just puts a twist on that i love the style and how each scene transitions into another as the record spins. The brief stated for the film which is […]

over the holidays i came across a video that was a cartoon, i looked into who the artist was and more information on it the cartoon Bee and Puppycat created by Natasha Allegri & Frederator Studios, i found out they had a kickstarter to help raise funds to create a series of the cartoon. Although […]

Ana Teresa Barboza

  i saw this image by chance a few months ago and it sparked an interest for me in embroidery and fabric, the artist Ana Teresa Barboza used a lot of colour in her work and her work isn’t the traditional type of embroidery you’d usually see and that was the part about her work that […]

Fifteen Things

1.Get a view of the city from up-high 2.Try a traditional Czech dish   Popular under the name Trdelník, It is made from rolled dough that is wrapped around a stick, then grilled and topped with sugar and walnut mix. 3.Document two examples of Czech/Slovak Design Prague astronomical clock T3 TRAM, 1961—76 Following the Velvet […]

Light festival (Huddersfield)

Chorus Light and sound installation. Marling Voice activated light show, Noise activates lasers which reflect against the fog.         Taken on Praktica Nova ll (http://www.kirklees.gov.uk/festival/index.aspx)

Dennis Oppenhiem: Thought Collision Factories

Henry Moore institute; Dennis Oppenhiem: Thought Collision Factories Institute exhibition 21st November 2013 – 16th February 2014 Galleries 1, 2 and 3 Dennis Oppenheim ‘Vibrating Forest (From ‘The Fireworks Series’)’ 1982 Steel, perforated angle, aluminium track, cast plaster, lamp, candy floss machine, vibrating motors, fireworks Dennis Oppenheim ‘Launching Sculpture #3. An Armature for Projection. (From […]

Dimensions of Dialogue

Recently i saw an article on wetheurban.com about the film maker Jan Švankmajer, the article showed some of his work as well as describing him as ‘probably hands down the most creative, disturbing, artistic movie director who has ever lived’ (http://www.wetheurban.com/post/71914296333/spotlight-the-works-of-artist-and-filmmaker-jan#sthash.MPXnnTrA.dpuf). Dimensions of Dialogue by Jan Svankmajer 1982 After watching a few of his films […]