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As part of the boys’ half-term culture fest we took a detour on our way back from the Tate to St Paul’s tube station and visited the anti-capitalist demonstration Tent City. To me, the DIY improvised styling of protest communication is particularly interesting. Read More >

Posted: February 16th, 2012
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The Kusama show is brilliant for kids – they especially loved the giant red and white inflated balls, the polka-dot covered room with UV light and went ballistic in the Obliteration Room where visitors are given a sheet of stickers with free rein to put them where they like. The idea of encouraging children into galleries and museums has really gathered pace in the last couple of years with many more organisations offering workshops and events specifically created for children. Read More >

Posted: February 16th, 2012
© Apropos 2009


Film champions the special aesthetic qualities of analogue techniques – glass matte painting, multiple exposures, mirroring and masking. With no post-production, all the effects are created in the studio, within the camera and without any digital equipment or processesing. An unusual vertical format with sprocket hole margins creates a strip of film which accentuates the Turbine Hall space – the architecture and windows featuring within the film itself. Read More >

Posted: February 16th, 2012
© Apropos 2009


Building on an earlier project, I have again started collecting lost and discarded objects from the streets, verges and hedgerows. Pieces of wood, metal, rubber, plastic, bone, etc. These found objects will form the raw material for a series of built objects and printed imagery. I’ll explain more as the project progresses but for now here’s a few photos of collected items. Read More >

Posted: February 8th, 2012
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