I don’t know if the road knows that I run over it. I don’t know if the trees know that I breathe their breath.
This week: Conversation #2 let’s imaging being human thing interacting with other things rather than a Human Being looking down on things.
Photos from …. if you knew me, curated by me at DEMO 25 October 2018 My thanks to Denise Batchelor, Mark Harvey and Gitanjali Bhatt for contributing their work for this exhibtion
I have curated an exhibtion at DEMO, Auckland NZ In 21st-century suddenly everyone cares about climate and how it might or might not be changing, the atmosphere is filled not just with CO2, but with information and misinformation, blame, denial and handwringing. Beneath this cloud of discord, hype and anxiety we collectively and individually faceContinue reading “….if you knew me.”
conversations about intimacy and closeness with all who share our biosphere A blanket hut constructed in my lounge. Rules of construction: nothing is bought. nothing is cut. no holes are made. everything can be returned unchanged to its former use.
Blanket Hut: sharing in an intimate world acknowledges the impossibility of maintaining an anthropocentric worldview in an era of eco-crisis and invites us to tease out ways to orient ourselves within a biosphere in which we are continuous with the network of entities we previously called nature. If you are interested in joining this conversationContinue reading “Conversation pit #4: Blanket Hut: sharing in an intimate world”
the sewing phase of building Golden is complete – here he is on my lounge floor
I got this horse in a mixed set of plastic animals at a $2 shop. He stands 14cm high and is slightly unbalenced, requiring a firm bend to his rear legs to get him to balence. He has become something of a muse for me, summing up the blend of fantasy, romance, deceit, history andContinue reading “Golden American Saddlebred”
A big THANK YOU to everyone who supported my Art Ache for Nepal night. The event was great fun and it was lovely to be supported by some many friends and family members. It was a pleasure to have the opportunity to see some of my favorite drawings go to some of my favorite people,Continue reading “Thanks for making Art Ache great: we raised $1134.00 for the Red Cross Nepal Earthquke Fund!”