Monday, 31 March 2008

Thursday, 20 March 2008

diss morrisons final images


another early start, 2 more blocks, more kit and some medieval knowledge.

assessments MA Book Art

A long day yesterday assessing a unit on the book art ma at camberwell. some interesting ideas within the excellent work - the anti-book, multiple narratives, book objects, memory as book and book as dream

Tuesday, 18 March 2008


a very early start saw the 1st stage in the installation of the Diss piece. The blocks look most excellent and the guys at perfitts did a wonderful job. As the rain came down the possibility of multiple narratives became apparent as words dissapeared when they became wet creating equations within the whole. The blocks look like they have always been there.

Sunday, 16 March 2008


marking out

spent time with Keith on friday marking out where the artwork for Diss will be sited.

Wednesday, 12 March 2008

working negatively

the next stage (of many) at Diss has been to work negatively, creating a mask, while setting out the text and line diagrams to be blasted into the stones.

Tuesday, 11 March 2008

hanging work

a busy day hanging the BA Textiles second year work - 30 people and their work in 4 hours provided lots of issues but the work looks good.

Tuesday, 4 March 2008

agent of change

agent of change
thought tools
all seasons are summer
the action of nostalgia
catalogue of rain effects
consultation loop
still art
knowledge transfer
informal verbal dialogue
strategizing learning
monitoring responsibility
atheists for jesus
human resources
guidance form
action research
simplifying procedure
enhancing quality
the effort of fantasy
learning intuition
public choice economics

to work with a plan is one way
of avoiding subjectivity
Sol LeWitt

Saturday, 1 March 2008

diss stones

met keith at the stonemasons yesterday and all appears to be going well - the final tape is on the blocks and all that is needed now is to blast them and then site them outside Morrison's in Diss.
we also confirmed the type face and size. the modern san serif implies a business like approach and a sense of order which is in keeping with the idea of the diagram..