Monday, September 19, 2011

Falmouth - free space





the backs of boards. rectangular frames with free space. the reverse side of information and stimulus. stopping the mind or noticing the everydayness of what you see, the simplicity of wood grain or mould patches. like the most 'boring' postcard exhibition of mounds of earth, motor ways, or caravan parks. something that fills the frame, makes life simple or gives me a point of reference. macro rather than taking in the sweep location.

Sunday, September 4, 2011









a shaft of natural light piercing down at an angle onto the stage of a theatre opened up from the side, like the spot light that will be burning on the same stage when the transformation of the set is complete. Falling onto three rectangular blocks of wood, the light brings them into life, a remarkable presence, immobile, solid and important compared to the men working in the dark around them.






Thursday, September 1, 2011

devil's dyke












thinking about sites, series, paths and ways of describing or relating to the landscape. The Boyle Family. specific geographical locations that on inspection are universal and always changing.