Taking a step backwards in the mist...

Hmmm... a cryptic metaphor of how I'm feeling and forecasting in this current Lock-down situation. I was born a stoic optimist - trusting...

4am

I woke up this morning (4am-ish) celebrating 50 years and 1 day around the sun. It feels great. At the sudden fear of sounding...

"ANd...where oFf!!.."

I have echoes bouncing around in my memory banks (.2K) of somebody recommending un-filtered journal/blog entries...so here goes some...

Collaborating towards the unknown...

It sounds interesting and fun, but it's a dilemma I find myself and my students in constantly; stress inducing, produce diluting effects...

Home Stretch Crit session.

Yeah that was a good one. Loved seeing everyone's work; taking me into the darkest crevices of ya'll's minds via ya'll's works. He he!...

Issues of Style and Subjectvity

July 26, Masterclass with Dr Martin Patrick I thoroughly enjoyed this particular morning's meander through the above. It gave license to...

NAISA = mind blown!

"Yep! Keen as! " I said. Wow. Talk about expectations surpassed. I should have done this a long time ago...heoi anō. So I know that...

Kerry Anne-Lee May 3rd

Gosh! Kpow! Zamm Blamm! Wikachikkah Wowowowow!!!...and every other excited onomatopoeia thingy that I can think of...I just loved Kerry...

Privileged Art

March 15 - Luke Fowler, Florian Hecker and Susan Philipz. I was feeling optimistic as I entered Adam Art Gallery last Friday - oh what a...

March 8: Latham Zearfoss Masterclass

I loved his/their honesty. Latham seemed so comfortable revealing his vulnerabilities to us and while I acknowledge that being vulnerable...

"Yes..and" - Prof. Frances Whitehead

'Yes and..." instead of "No...but". There were moments of inspiration, confusion, revelation, dis-connection, re-connection and at some...

Te ihihi!!

The above refers to my excitement at starting my MFA journey today. Workshops listening to what our tuakana (2nd year students) have been...

First Blog

Hullo to anybody who stumbles across this. I feel like the scientists who sent that 'Vitruvium Man' out into space in the 70's?? Anyways...