Posts Tagged: death

Afterlife

Originally posted on Conversation Pieces:
This essay was written in response to Afterlife Woodland, the first in a series of audio works exploring the body’s decomposition by the artist duo French & Mottershead: Philosophizing is nothing other than getting ready…

Afterlife

Originally posted on Conversation Pieces:
This essay was written in response to Afterlife Woodland, the first in a series of audio works exploring the body’s decomposition by the artist duo French & Mottershead: Philosophizing is nothing other than getting ready…

Duke of Burgundy Pupa

a meeting point between sun and earth

On the afternoon of Sunday 9th February, a group of us met to hold a celebration of the life of Stanley Messenger in Glastonbury, on the anniversary of what would have been his 97th birthday. I first met Stanley in

Duke of Burgundy Pupa

a meeting point between sun and earth

On the afternoon of Sunday 9th February, a group of us met to hold a celebration of the life of Stanley Messenger in Glastonbury, on the anniversary of what would have been his 97th birthday. I first met Stanley in

queen of the night black tulip dead head not dead at all

a dead flower head is not dead

the older i get, the more i realise how much i need to reconsider my perceptions and embedded cultured understandings. the whole notion of the ‘dead head’ in the flowering plant has been something i’ve grown up with from a

queen of the night black tulip dead head not dead at all

a dead flower head is not dead

the older i get, the more i realise how much i need to reconsider my perceptions and embedded cultured understandings. the whole notion of the ‘dead head’ in the flowering plant has been something i’ve grown up with from a

‘Succession (for the Blackbird)’

Video work ‘Succession (for the Blackbird)’ originally made in August 2012, and re-edited in January 2014, about an event in my backyard in May 2012. I made the moving image work partly as a way of me dealing with an

‘Succession (for the Blackbird)’

Video work ‘Succession (for the Blackbird)’ originally made in August 2012, and re-edited in January 2014, about an event in my backyard in May 2012. I made the moving image work partly as a way of me dealing with an