Posts tagged ‘Visual Arts’

June 10, 2013

Rampage Installation | Never Seeing Nothing


My installation at Never Seeing Nothing exhibition last month at Nursery Gallery, London [thanks to Christina Vazou for the first image].  You can view the installation showreel here.

May 4, 2013

Never Seeing Nothing (13-18 May)

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I will be showing my project Rampage in Never Seeing Nothing, part of the Moose on the Loose Biennale of Research organised by UAL Photography and Archive Research Centre (PARC).

Private view: 15th May, 2013 – 6-9pm

For more details please visit: www.neverseeingnothing.com | www.mooseontheloose.net

February 17, 2013

Matthew Barney | DRAWING RESTRAINT

The ongoing DRAWING RESTRAINT series began in 1987 as a series of studio experiments, drawing upon an athletic model of development in which growth occurs only through restraint: the muscle encounters resistance, becomes engorged and is broken down, and in healing becomes stronger. In literally restraining the body while attempting to make a drawing, DRAWING RESTRAINT 1–6 (1987–89) were documentations made using video and photography. DRAWING RESTRAINT 7 marks the influx of narrative and characterization, resulting in a three channel video and a series of drawings and photographs, for which Barney was awarded the Aperto Prize in the 1993 Venice Biennale.

Matthew Barney is an American artist who works in sculpture, photography, drawing and film.

February 28, 2011

A relationship with art

This set of photos for my ‘relationship’ assignment was the least successful of my 3 shoots.  Two other options fell through so this was a last minute alternative.  Its quite interesting how people relate to art……..Elliot Erwitt also plays with this theme and has shot some exceptional images on the subject.   I don’t think my images  are successful  as ‘relationship’ images, nor are they a patch on Erwitt’s but I quite like them as candid street photography images.

August 16, 2010

Interviewed on PAS’s blog

Karen Rapp interviewed me about today’s new print sale releases on Photography Art Store’s blog.

August 16, 2010

Limited Edition Prints now available @ Photography Art Store

Over the last few months I have been working with Karen Rapp at PAS getting these new releases ready and I’m delighted to announce that they are now available as limited edition prints on their website.  You can view them here

Mojave Desert, California.

August 4, 2010

Featured on PAS blog

A bit slow spotting this one but one of my images was featured on Photography Art Store’s blog as their Photo of the Day last month. My prints should be released for sale soon on their website – check it out here.