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The Great Lines Project/Blog

Since 2014 I have been chasing the history of a line. Contour lines on maps were first invented 400 years ago, or perhaps only 250; depending on whether isobaths (the submarine version) count. If you stay above ground then Newcastle … Continue reading

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Traces of Place

I have caught the ‘blog bug’. With 2 new residencies – temporally and geographically within a gnat’s crotchet of each other – a new blog is begun: Traces of Place follow me there if you want!Blogging for me has become … Continue reading

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Islands

Each time I take the ferry to Arran there’s the feeling of a perfect 40 minutes. When the weather permits I sit on deck and watch it grow or diminish in size depending on the journey. There’s a point where … Continue reading

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Nature of Change

It’s been a long time coming but finally the postcard packs have arrived: ten different images from the residency in a rather smart cover, they’re available from the museum shop and can be posted out for £2.50 (plus P&P). There’s … Continue reading

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What Else?

So many loose ends, I have just updated the exhibition page and created one for credits which has been niggling me for some time; do you try to include everyone who helped or keep it generic? So many lists were … Continue reading

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Keeping a Blog

The blogging process has ‘taken time’; both time ‘consumed’ – on technical issues – and time ‘created’ for thinking, reflecting and sharing. On balance it’s been a good, enriching process, and it is coming to an end. There are a … Continue reading

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Shadow Play

You can’t have everything. I had wanted the ‘missing fish’ – the void in the [K]not net – to be clearly visible. But in getting the lighting right for other parts of the show this became the casualty. So late … Continue reading

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