Category Archives: Found Art

Another Green World

  Another Green World     Concrete dreams of Catterline (Found Art – after Eardley) .    After the fall Small increments in green   ≈≈≈ Now playing: Eno – ‘In Dark Trees’ from Another Green World

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The Surface is a Zone of Encounter (An Assemblage)

I think that light makes material space … light is really the primary form of our habitation and makes surfaces come to life. The surface holds what we project into it. It is an active site of exchange between subject … Continue reading

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When a wall whispers: Not I

  When a wall whispers: Not I     Caesura || Sentry     Island   ≈≈≈ Now playing: Morton Feldman (Ensemble Modern) – For Samuel Beckett

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Requiem for an Unknown Event

Found object, St Stephen Street, Edinburgh. Now Playing: Lawrence English/Thor Harris Requiem for a Reaper / Pillar of Cloud’ from Cruel Optimism.

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At Crombie Point

. Ink etched blue silence. Cold harbour spires, sketched over cubist sails. Thorn pinned birds still tethered. Wings opening, sensing the sky   … . The ruined pier at Crombie Point. (January, 2017). Jules Verne travelled to Scotland for the first … Continue reading

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Spectral Dreams of the City Stones

 A dream in masonry and living rock Robert Louis Stevenson the habit of dreaming and the ability to dream are primordial Fernando Pessoa . adrift casting a line to pull down the stars . . at the threshold of hearing, … Continue reading

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Following Ben Jonson: From Culross to Dunfermline

To begin the journey, we congregate almost four hundred years after Jonson. In front of the Palace walls, a set of variations in muted ochre, the orange pantile roof catches weak strands of sunlight on this September morning … ≈≈≈ Tales for Travellers and Travellers Tales … walking in the footsteps … Continue reading

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