July 30, 2018

Heartfield, Heinecken, Baldessari, three artists who have appropriated photography, who are not themselves photographers, who have kept photography central to the core of their work, have used text to subvert an identified typology and from who I've borrowed, perhaps a...

July 23, 2018

An exhibition is all about what you leave out and yesterday, as Bridget and myself took down the Rescription show, I went through the boxes of prints that became the 'left-outs'. Many of the cornerstones to 'For Our Love of War' deal with appropriation and what interes...

July 16, 2018

Two exhibitions in one month and I'm behind in keeping infront. Cornucopia's 57th Issue is now out and carries an article of a ride I took accross ancient Phrygia in Turkey's Anatolian region in 2016.

Published twice a year, Cornucopia is the magazine for connoisseurs o...

July 9, 2018

William Fergusson's recital of his War Sonata as part of the Rescription exhibition was an extraordinary experience. Infront of an invited audience of 40 we timed the end of the recital with the moment of sundown, giving a heightened presence to the sculptures and pain...

July 2, 2018

After a four year delay it was good to be back with William Fergusson rehersing his War Sonata to be 'premiered' at the opening of Rescription: For Our Love of War. Rescription brings to an end a run of 'pop-up' exhibitions held at the UtterBooks studio and is a collab...

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