Monthly Archives: September 2013

Thoughts on Library Interventions

By Garry Barker Tony Hancock’s ‘The Rebel’ was my first exposure to the idea of the artist’s life, meant to be a comedy, I read it as straight and saw for the first time an avenue of escape from the grime of the Black Country. I was soon to read W. S. Maugham’s ‘The Moon […]

Ekphrasis: an exhibition of physical fictions

A Library Intervention by Garry Barker Leeds College of Art Library September 13th – December 13th 2013   Taking place in the Leeds College of Art, Blenheim Walk Site, artist myths, stereotypes and preconceptions are drawn together in this intervention as a library of possible readings. The work consists of a bookcase that has been […]

sebastiane hegarty

an audio visual notebook

Ensixteen Editions

Unlocking the cabinets

Drawing

~ notes from my studio ~ thoughts about drawing ~ books read ~ work seen ~ music heard ~ places explored ~ conversations with artists ~

Words and Pictures

By Lesley Guy

Boats for difficult times

our evolving relationship with boats

Painters on Paintings

A conversation between contemporary artists and their influences across time.

Urban travel tales

by Lisa Samloglou

The Typewriter Project

The Subconscious of the City

The Halt

Silt and shingle. Prose and poems by Brian Lewis

Grilled fish

Unlocking the cabinets

Indie Hero

Brian Marggraf, Author of Dream Brother: A Novel, Independent publishing advocate, New York City dweller

The Art of Enchantment

Dr Sharon Blackie: writer, psychologist, mythologist