Leonardo: Live Visuals, Volume 19 Issue 3 In Darwin’s Garden: Temporality and Sense of Place Vince Dziekan, Chris Meigh-Andrews, Rowan Blaik & Alan Summers Click here for full article.
I am showing two new small-scale video installations in “Re:Locations”, a group exhibition at Fabrica in Novi Sad in Serbia which opens this evening. Here are some images of the work.
Mary Fitzpatrick working on Lawrence Cassidy’s installation “Untitled (Retracing Salford)”
On Aug 6th I flew to Belgrade to meet up with six of the artists involved in the “Re: Location” exchange project and we travelled together to Novi Sad, about 80 Kms to the NW of Belgrade, where the exhibition will take place. This exchange, which has been organised by Mike Walton, also involves UK-based […]
A new book focusing on Palestinian artists’ video, edited by Bashir Makhoul and published by Palestinian Art Court- al Hoash, 2013, is now available, which includes my chapter, “Location & Dislocation, Site & Architecture: Video Installation by Palestinian Video Artists” as well as contributions by Jonathan Harris, Sean Cubitt, Laura U. Marks, Tina Sherwell and […]
Terry Flaxton and I have recently conducted an interview with video pioneer and counter-cultural visionary John “Hoppy” Hopkins. Click on this link to view.
On Feb 28th, I met with Alan Summers to discuss the next stage in the development of the In Darwin’s Garden project. Alan has produced a preliminary augmented reality (AR) visualisation of the mulberry tree that can be viewed using smart phones or ipads using the “Junaio” application.