Tag: Gutai

Singing Colour, Action and Performance.

In my most recent collaborative Painting performances  interventions and actions I  have been utilising both moving light and transparent materials, such as  celaphane and polyeurathene which is  transparent, immersive and disposable, and discarded at the… Read On »

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Correspondences 15(ii)

One of My favourite sounds at the moment is rain pouring relentlessly outside, some of it dripping into buckets, placed perfectly in a my decaying leaking mouldy studio. Messiaen’s Birdsong, plucked from my Pram… Read On »

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“Transformation and the Cube of Emotion.”

A few years ago I showed a documentary photograph of a performance of mine to a close friend  unfamiliar with my recent work. It was assumed that the image they were looking at was a… Read On »

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The Lingering and Mourning of a Star

Just last month I went to see a terrific and exciting new show of Gilberto Zorio’s work in an elegant space in the centre of London. I found the work revelatory. I loved the… Read On »

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Improvisations, Correspondences and the Canyons.

Here are some improvised performance paintings I have become fascinated with in the last months. By looking at these colours, textures and shapes  I can remember the certain shifting chords, and the intense recollections of… Read On »

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