October 28, 2019

The visibility of war  is dependent from where it is being viewed. As an artist with no direct experiential knowledge of war, it has nevertheless been a constant experience. There has not been a day in my life, without war. Streamed as quotidian entertainment it's omni...

October 21, 2019

Working towards the exhibition opening on the 28th November - 7th December, plus the launch of Utter Journal 3. The underlying theme of both is how the child is held in thrall to a process of war through deliberate propaganda and message. Co-opting children into the th...

October 14, 2019

There is a fascinating inevitability to war. In the fifteen years of looking I have come full circle. I can see the path I've taken but no longer recognise the map, the camouflage of history, the repetition of events, as if that which matters is no longer there. At the...

October 7, 2019

It's always exciting to come across an artist completely unknown to oneself. Earlier in the year I experienced the paintings of Joaquin Sorolla at the National gallery and last week it was the turn of the Finnish painter Helene Schjerfbeck, on show at the Royal Academy...

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