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Brazilian artist Lucia Nogueira had a ten year career before her death at 48 in 1998. She lived in the UK and had previously worked as a journalist and photographer. She described the process use to create her work is “empirical”. I had to look the term up… it means that information is gained by observation, experience and experiment. By contrast she saw European art as more linear, due to a long artistsic heritage. Read More >

Posted: January 27th, 2011
© Apropos 2009


Sunday afternoon at the London Art Fair – a popular show selling work to the general public. We took the kids, for the full middle-class experience, so only managed a few snatched photos – sorry for lack of credits. I seem to have photographed more objects than prints or paintings, much of it with a folk theme. Some artist’s editions cropped up very often esp. Bridget Riley and Rob Ryan. But generally there was a broad mix of work from big names and less well known. Also good to see SAATCHI and ICA exclusively showing work by unknowns and graduates. Read More >

Posted: January 23rd, 2011
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FF Trixie High Definition Typewriter Fonts from FontFont on Vimeo.

Designed by Erik van Blokland – who I watched speak at the FUSE98 conference in San Francisco with Just van Rossum. They spoke through a pair of on-screen animated versions of themselves, who they manipulated through font software. Read More >

Posted: January 21st, 2011
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For the last few days my cousin has been keeping family and friends informed of the floods local to them at Auchenflower – a suburb of Brisbane. She lives on high ground and has managed to keep her electricity. Above: Grimes Street Eagle Terrace, Auchenflower. Photos © Linda Bray and Rod Burchby. Read More >

Posted: January 13th, 2011
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A group show at Kettles Yard named after John Smith’s 1975 film “Associations.” AS SO CI ATIONS brings together an international group of artists to explore language, narrative, subjectivity, iconic imagery and the manipulative potential of cinema. Much of the work feels retro due to the use of analogue film/slide projectors and the constant clicking and whirring of carousels and 16mm film projectors. Read More >

Posted: January 5th, 2011
© Apropos 2009