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Monthly Archives: September 2016
The eighth album from my late parents analogue photo collection. This covers 1990 and 1991.
Here is the seventh of my late parents fifteen analogue photo albums. This one covers 1989 and 1990.
When I presented some work at the Camberwell Summer show a couple of months ago a colleague mentioned that there might be an opportunity to show some work as an individual exhibition at the RAUM gallery in Peckham. This has … Continue reading
Here is the sixth of my late parents fifteen analogue photo albums. This one covers 1988 and 1989.
On June 1st 1962 my dad began to keep a household ledger and its data is proving very interesting. It opens with a balance of £98.2.6p and shows dad’s monthly salary as being £75.19.9p It was interesting looking through the … Continue reading
The other day I posted a collage of dad through his life – see here. So today I present a similar grid for mum. When considering dad’s collage I thought about the form of representation in terms of static or … Continue reading