Tag Archives: curation

The ordinary as spectacle and vice versa

I met up with a friend at Tate Britain yesterday. The place was pretty busy (largely because of the Hockney exhibition. But other areas were also doing good business. Indeed I think there were as many people people watching as … Continue reading

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Stadium, Punctum, Spectacle, discourse

I received an email from Elizabeth letting me know that now the Open Collage of Arts is merging with the University of the Creative Arts its association with the Big Issue in The North will come to an end, and … Continue reading

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Deconstructed, lost and reconstructed narratives

I’m pretty much in the middle of processing my late parents’ analogue photo albums. Firstly I photograph each page and import the images into Lightroom and check that they are okay. Then I take the pages out of the album … Continue reading

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Review of process

So far I have been placing single jpg images of the pages of my late parents’ photo albums on the blog and then scanning the individual images in to show the world. But I am not sure this is the … Continue reading

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