I will be making two presentations about my interest and work with 360 Panoramic images at the University of Malta in Valletta. The first will be for MA Students (Oct 19) and the second (Oct 20th) for research staff. Link for Further details
Alex Nathanson’s new book A History of Solar Power Art and Design will be available from the end of July. Published by Routledge as part of their “Advances in Art and Visual Studies”, the chapter on installations includes a comprehensive section on my renewable energy work from 1994 onwards.
Climbing Mt. Ishizuchi, a Sacred Mountain and the highest peak in Western Japan I am currently developing a new installation project which will involve making a high-definition panoramic video recording of my ascent to the shrine at the top of Mt Ishizuchi, one of Japan’s Seven Holy Mountains. It will take approximately 3-4 hours to […]
I will be presenting a paper on early artists’ video in the UK on May 25th. Here is the programme for the two-day event which will be held at the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Institut national d’histoire de l’art May 25th: A. Historiographies nationales et transnationales Présidente de séance : Larisa Dryansky […]
Presentation by Dr Chris Meigh-Andrews (Professor Emeritus, University of Central Lancashire and Visiting Professor, University of the West of England ) Japan Video Society of Video Art Research Association, Tokyo. October 12, 2015 (Mon) 17:00 to 19:30 Venue: co-lab Shibuya atelier 2F Conference Room 3 (Shibuya-ku, […]
A 36o degree panoramic projection of a time lapse from “The Monument Project” (2009-2011) was presented at the 23rd Internationale Panoramakonferenz in Altötting, Germany, Sept 2014. Music by Chris Bush and post-production by Stuart Moore.
I have just completed the new installation version of Returning (2002) which will be exhibited in my solo show at the Minories Gallery in Colchester from Nov 7th, 2014- Jan 3rd, 2015. The Preview will be Nov 7th, 2014, 6-9PM.