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Pixel Posters

Quick experiments using photography from the Digital Revolution Exhibition at the Barbican for our first project; two posters for the Kemistry Gallery’s fictional exhibition called… 6 more words


A Giant Prawn...

During a week home, I ventured down to Plymouth and the Barbican, somewhere I haven’t been for years and years.  The weather was lovely, and although I found the sun a bit tricky, I got a few good shots while I was there. 38 more words


The Wild Duck takes over the Barbican

Henrik Ibsen’s “The Wilk Duck” takes over Barbican’s Belvoir theatre from the 23 of October in a play remade for the modern stage.

Simon Stone and Chris Ryan are the responsible for bringing the story to life: “Hjalmar lives in a flat with his wife, senile father, visually impaired daughter and a duck. 45 more words



Just some concrete… I went to the Barbican today to see the ‘Constructing Worlds’ exhibition, which was excellent and inspiring. After walking round I made this little image which looks like a homage to Helene Binet.



For the last month or so, I have been developing a new blog for the University of Aberdeen’s George Washington Wilson Centre for Visual Culture… 44 more words

A night in the museum of London: sherlock launch

Forgive me for sounding cocksure, but I am pretty confident that I would make a fantastic TV detective. Sure, I wouldn’t be much of an asset in a tower-block stair chase, or able to stare down a criminal with a gun pointed at my brain, slowly walking towards them with a withering confidence that caused them to gently hand me the weapon (like my hero… 312 more words

London Life

Object Lessons: The Case of Exhibit B

At the end of September 2014, London’s Barbican had planned to host Exhibit B, an exhibition conceived and directed by Brett Bailey. Bailey is a white South African playwright and artist (I will return to the perceived relevance of his race shortly) and… 3,265 more words