Review of Brighton university MA show: Fine Art, Inclusive Arts, & Digital Arts July 2019

‘Podcast’ review via collage. The internal geography of the Grand Parade campus has changed since I was last there (1967-68) and so, inevitably, has the premise upon which art is made. At that time we were being psychedelic, free spirited, and often quite intensively introspective but to little purpose. Politics didn’t enter into our thinking.  But in this show, politics permeated everything that made its purpose clear; some of that personal, some social, and some encompassing global issues. Some gave us clues as to the raison d’etre of the work, the artist’s motivation or inspiration, their process and how it … Continue reading Review of Brighton university MA show: Fine Art, Inclusive Arts, & Digital Arts July 2019

Unboxing

Unexpected delivery today definitely merited special attention. It took three minutes to make a video, then the rest of the day trying to clip three seconds of possibly confidential material out of it.  Result? Apart from ground down teeth and a little extra hair loss, I’ve made my first vlog and got a tentative grip on a new video editing app which feels like a proper win. Warning: may contain clunks. Continue reading Unboxing