November 2022

THE NOVEMBER BLOGS-TRAGEDY

The dog is FINE, don’t worry. I mean, they’re made entirely of yearning and contemplating some canine scuba action but they are fine. Tragedy by Becky Howard is another one of those zines that embodies everything good about the art form. It’s an A6 foldout, a single page of A4 that’s crammed full of humour […]

THE NOVEMBER BLOGS-TRAGEDY

THE NOVEMBER BLOGS: WEIRD FIELD WORLD

Rob Turpin makes beautiful spaceships. Gloriously lumpy, and weirdly graceful, the Weird Field (WF) ships are almost abstract collections of parts, the idea of a spacecraft filtered through the practicality of not having to worry about atmosphere. Weird Field World, Turpin’s first book, collects them all and provides some welcome, and expertly designed, context. In

THE NOVEMBER BLOGS: WEIRD FIELD WORLD

the november blogs-There is something in the in-between moments of making art

I’m spending a lot of time at the moment trying to make the invisible visible in my artistic process. That means spotting assumptions and asking why they’re assumptions. It means a lot of planning and it also means constantly trying to look at the bigger questions about a piece of work and why I’m doing

the november blogs-There is something in the in-between moments of making art

The November blogs-ghostwatch

On Halloween 1992, TV presenters Sir Michael Parkinson, Sarah Greene, Mike Smith and Craig Charles hosted Ghostwatch, a live TV event exploring the apparently paranormal events surrounding two young sisters. The events that ensued scarred a nation. With FUN! Ghostwatch is a classic piece of TV close up magic. There’s a ‘by’ credit for writer

The November blogs-ghostwatch

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