We are at the turn of a decade, a point in the calendar that people use to celebrate and reflect. It helps us regulate our lives by referring to waypoints in that span of 80 odd summers through which we wander. We use significant numbers … Continue readingWelcome to the intelligent twenties, or why Art Teaching isn't ready for the new era
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2019 started at a very low point. Having just survived 2018 I resolved to keep working as much as I could and my art and music have taken a turn upwards. In 2019 I managed one solo show and frankly I’m amazed I got that … Continue reading2019 in review
I had a rush of blood to the head and recorded a Christmas single called PsychedeliChristmas Electronicals. It uses the famous theme, Lieutenant Kije by Prokofiev but goes off the rails a bit. It’s all electronic, upbeat and has sleigh bells all over it. but … Continue readingCHRISTMAS MADNESS
Imagine going to IKEA to buy furniture. You’re redecorating your living space and you want new furniture. On the way out you see “art” and you decide that a few nice pictures are also needed, after all they show off your taste at it’s best. … Continue readingIKEA vs THE ROBO-ARTISTS
One of the hardest things about making highly personal art is that it hurts when others criticise it. When it’s genuinely your heart and soul and deep deep feelings out there on the canvas, any negative comment cuts one to the quick. However, it’s also … Continue readingArt VS. Meaning
I have recently had a conversation about my work being both computational and digital, and how difficult it is to sell virtual work. The main thrust being that computational and digital work is difficult to sell because it’s not real somehow. I printed out that … Continue readingReal virtual art
I’m proud to be talking about my work, illness, technology and skills at the RSA in London on 6th September at 12. You can book a ticket at the links below and you don’t have to be an RSA fellow to come. https://www.thersa.org/events/fellowship-events/rsa-friday-conversations
A 9 minute review of my recent show. Please watch.