Saturday, 2 February 2013


A busy week - 3 days at nua including unit briefings, a session on how to run interviews, which are starting next week and individual tutorials. Tuesday was a solid day of assessments at Camberwell - interesting, as ever to see a wide range of approaches to the idea of the book within the submissions. It was a pleasure to spend the day looking at good work and engaging with the creative thinking embedded within the practices which will culminate in the part-time element of what should be an interesting show come the end of the year.
Popped into the National Gallery to check out depictions of cloth within paintings - looking specifically for the fold got me to Veronese and Van Dyck esp portrait of a Flemish Lady
Another faster than sound - in brittens footsteps - a sound piece by chris watson with accompanying cello by oliver coats - based on walks taken by Britten. It was at its most interesting when accompanied but the clarity of sound was excellent.
I think that I may be the only person left who has attended every one of the faster than sound events as my partner is away and up till today she had also seen them all.