My proposal for this project was originally for paste ups or stickers with QR codes that would lead to a post on this blog, going in depth into an issue of online life. The posts were meant to be a… Continue reading If you look for it, I’ve got a sneaky feeling you’ll find that life actually is hell online →
Post pandemic the idea of maintaining an online feels like a third limb of my art practice, but one i’m becoming quite fond of! This essay addresses how my practice has come to revolve around digital worlds and social media,… Continue reading Essay: Modern Tech, Fine Art and an Online Practice →
Traditional printmaking techniques require a lot of equipment, and even the more kitchen table friendly approaches require a decent amount of space. During lockdown my bedroom was probably 2.5 x 3 meters, which isn’t the smallest room, but with my… Continue reading Live, Laugh, Ponder Orb →
Hi everyone, don’t panic, this is just your run of the mill project breakdown. So put down those pitchforks, pick up that adventurous spirit, and relax, while I tell you all about why I do the things I do. November… Continue reading How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Emergence of a Neo-Feudalist Digital Oligarchy →
I have a love hate relationship with visual art diary’s. I understand completely why they are a useful tool for teachers when trying to grade the work of an art student. It’s kind of like showing the working with a math equation, it helps the teacher understand how the student got there, and what their thinking was… Continue reading Diary Schmiary →
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