It's been quite some time since i last updated my blog. Simply because so much has changed since my last post.
Sadly you can all still look forward to my typically shit spelling and grammar... but then it wouldn't be as good if you could make sense of it all right?
Any how. My last post was from The Glasgow Fleeto Exhibition in Shoreditch.
Who'd have thought back then i might be living in London and working in Shoreditch?
Here i am, sat in my small over priced flat in Kentish Town. Londons big, smelly at times, large scale and overwellming with extreme highs and extreme lows. It's no Glasgow thats for sure. But every city has it's pro's and con's - Highs and Lows.
Any how. On to the important stuff.
My last exhibition was at the Leeds College of Art and Design.
I had a few ideas in mind, but due to time and lack of money i decided to re-use the hod in a similar way in which i worked with in London for the Fleeto exhibition.
Unit 13 - 43m
Rules Applied (brief)
- 3 pieces of work to be produced around the city of Leeds
- 3 seperate locations
- 30 minute walks from one destination to the other to determine where the work will be produced.
- Once the 30 minutes is up the work must be produced in the line of site in a ratio of 360 degrees from that specific point.
- Although many images will be taken (by the photographer Sarah Hackett), Only one of each works will be selected to show as photographic documentation of the event.
Young Contemopries at the Royal Contempory Arts in Edinburgh