Tag Archives: Fishing Nets

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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[K]not Net

The exhibition opens next week, posters are going up, but I realise I

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Light Drawing

Normally I try to devise a method for making artwork that is engaging of others – that people would want to be involved in – it’s easy to work big that way. At the Museum however

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Fish Tales

Slowly elements fall into place; the focus is fishing, an end event will take place in Sandy’s building – which was an old fish processing plant, the material: beach-combed ropes and nets.

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Play

My studio space in the museum is beginning to smell rather fishy. I have begun collecting materials to play with; each with a connection to the fishing industry,

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Rubbish

“I want to see a corn drying kiln” I say, not really knowing why, following instinct – a gut feeling. So Anne takes me to meet one. We reckoned it was last in use about 150 years ago, pretty much … Continue reading

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Ups and Downs

The radar station was beginning to represent the ideal location for an artwork. It’s an interesting building with a history, a potential new home

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