The trinity of artists – CODA

The trinity of artists – CODA

The works I’ve been given to respond to are made by a trinity of artists I’ve long admired. It’s a daunting prospect, but an invigorating one. It’d be daunting enough to respond to each artists’ work in isolation, but to respond to them...
hs4 Experience and Evaluation

hs4 Experience and Evaluation

‘Caught in the Web’ 2018 Evaluation – my personal HS4 program experience and outcome The definition of ‘evaluation’ according to the Online Dictionary: the making of a judgement about the amount, number, or value of something; assessment. This leads...
Was it worth it ?

Was it worth it ?

Was it worth it ?         On coming to the end of this HS4 journey, that is the question that I am often asked. I have thought up a few ‘wordy’ responses but in reality the simple response is YES. What is ‘of worth’ to one can be so...
Artists as Collectors

Artists as Collectors

Great to have Liesbeth den Besten in New Zealand again and to hear her talk about Artists as Collectors.  I was especially interested in the work of one of the artists she spoke about – Hanne Darboven, a German conceptual artist who accumulated a vast collection of...
‘schmuck’ or not

‘schmuck’ or not

‘to push it into wearable – no ….. just let it go without thinking about wearability maybe later on if you have really have a want or idea you can go for ‘schmuck’ again’ Volkers words on crit with Otto Kunzli 14th April 2018. So with words...
Multi-tasking?

Multi-tasking?

Blog 19 February 15th Pile of MDF dust Is it better to claim to be multi-tasking than to admit out loud that I’ve (again) taken on too much?  I did think that the move to working with the MDF would be a quick and easy project but it has not turned out that way at...
Human wear

Human wear

Sitting on stone steps, a casual remark or waiting in airports.  Inspiration arrives in strange places and in unexpected times.  The beginnings of this project began with a conversation while taking a break from the install at Pah Homestead, where I was sitting on...

Pin It on Pinterest