A great deal has happened since our last blog entry and our press release. Our collaboration (Elena Thomas and Sonia Boué) is working behind the scenes on research and development for the project, and in the next few weeks our archive from the a-n site will appear on the menu here at WordPress. The … Continue reading The shape of me – the shape of you: project development.
We've been a little quiet lately. Much work behind the scenes preparing an Arts Council bid is the reason why. But the the news is good! We've been given a Grants for the Arts award to develop our Museum for further consideration in an even more ambitious bid in six months' time. So this is … Continue reading The Museum goes into research and development!
Ah well… It’s all Arty-Bollocks… Right up to the point where you find something you have experienced, and can see it as real. So, having finished my MA nearly five years ago, and having suppressed the urge to burn anything with Deleuze and Guattari written on the front, I now find myself in the confusing … Continue reading Bloody Merleau-Ponty
This is honestly the best of Twitter. Making accessible the thinkers who can bring your practice on through their insights, and who you instinctively know will get what you're about. This can only happen when people are open and generous with their time. Thank you Marius!
Interest in and attention to the world of objects is currently high in our culture yet it is often throw away. Precisely the opposite of our intention. We want to create something of lasting value. Bring it on!
My slow-grown friendship with Sonia and my involvement with the Museum for Object Research then, is way up there in my list of Important and Meaningful Things.
Don’t all museums have a building, curators, attendants and plenty of visitors for company?