Category Archives: Visual Enquiry
The liquid gesture; The poem in her left hand; Mountains or rivers?(instant Haiku courtesy of Mackenzie Gray)
(This entry was first posted on Sept. 17/11. The Haiku was created for me by a friend and I’ve held it close, wondering when I should use it as text or script and as part of or to inform another … Continue reading
Rist: “I wanted to make rooms where the people were the most important thing…why did you ask me to have a show?” Gallery: We though it was important to show London “how you work with space”…how you project”. “It helps … Continue reading
(Above: “Tower” in Berlin Gallery.) The two completed maquettes each have a distinct personality, yet include ideas fundamental to the research and findings in this paper. “Victory” sits on a wobbly base which circles around on itself in both a … Continue reading
“Untitled” by Izumi Kato. “We The People” by Danh Vo. Installation of works by Javier Marin Cabera de Mujer. “Karma” by Do Hosuh.
Henry Moore Sketches for Sculptures. Henry Moore Assorted Maquettes. Alexander Calder Intermediate Maquette at 1:5 scale.
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My choice of colour-shifting pigments for my visual enquiry sculpture project was informed by the work of the 1960’s California Light and Space school of artists.
The finished photographs that I submitted from the items left behind at my (e)merge Art Fair Give & Take installation are intentionally ambiguous as images. They look like slick, commercial product photographs, yet the subject matter of these professional images … Continue reading