I have had a paper accepted at the Spatialising Illustration Symposium. It's about the Luton Airport Residency. I'm just in the process of getting the together for the presentation.
Wednesday, 12 December 2012
… the images that inhabit time – the recursive time of rereading – are historical, in a peculiar way. Being recursive, they flow with time yet also arrest it… They are allegories punched out of time waiting… Chronology is grasped and analyzed in a spatial image…
Michael Taussig (2011) I Swear I Saw This: Drawings in Fieldwork Notebooks, Namely My Own.
Friday, 30 November 2012
I have been given a really great opportunity to have a Drawing Residency at London Luton Airport. The residency will last approximately 3 months and I will be visiting the airport as regularly as I can. I have been given access to all areas of the airport (supervised) of course.
These types of spaces have always interested me - those which seem so familiar and yet so alien. You feel like I stranger. Here are some of the sketchbook drawings I have been working on so far. The Residency will culminate in an exhibition at the Airport.