Month: November 2021

Reading

This week we have to do a 20 minute talk on something we’ve read that has been inspiring or is helping us with our work. I went to my bookshelf the other day to grab Simulacra and Simulation, as that has been the most interesting book I’ve read/been reading....

Tutorial 15 Nov 2021

15 November 2021 with Jonathan I talked about how I want to put up some ‘boundaries’ so that I will ‘be allowed to/be forced to’ dig deeper into the stuff I’m looking into. It’s very easy for me to flit along finding new things to be interested in and...

Hello, Normies/Science Fans

As I’m getting hundreds of visitors a day to my blog at the moment, I thought I’d interrupt the Fine Art MA notes and stuff to say ‘hello’ and ‘glad you’re enjoying his show’ and ‘yes, I really am writing on my blog again’. Here’s a short film I...

Video Test

I pushed this too far… and earlier versions aren’t particularly good… Hmmmm. There are some nice stills, but other than that: Fail. I used a video which recorded a film projected onto a cinema screen. I put this video on my computer and made the video as small as...

Peter Tscherkassky

Peter Tscherkassky’s films are amazing. I love his technique (see below) and the result. Outer Space- is made with footage from The Entity (1982) by Sidney J. Furie, starring Barbara Hershey. Christa Bl├╝mlinger at Senses of Cinema on Outer Space. LUFF.tv “Peter Tscherkassky gives us a brief userguide of...

Metamodernism

I learned about ‘metamodernism‘ when I was in my second year at Chelsea. I honestly don’t remember how I came upon it, but it blew my freakin’ mind and spoke to me in the deepest way. It suddenly made everything I’ve been increasingly feeling over the past 15 years...

Video Experiment

I had an idea for something last week and wanted to try it. This is my first go and it hasn’t quite worked in the way I was expecting, but there are some interesting things in it that I can use. It’s a time lapse of clip from the...