Someone mentioned Derren Brown to me today, and I thought about his powers of suggestion, interested to consider how our thoughts and beliefs can be manipulated. Continue reading “’The more bewildered we are, the more suggestible we become.’”
Blue has crept into my work. For Spanish artist Joan Miró, the colour blue was connected to dreaming. Continue reading “Miró dreams in blue”
The colour blue fed into a short, simple, experimental film.
A few nights ago I saw a light reflected and filmed it as best I could. When edited it looked like Continue reading “Film in blue”
I had an idea relating to colour. Blue.
Guillaume Amat’s photographs involve the use of mirrors, positioned in such a way that they reveal details from beyond the frame. Amat is careful to present details which correspond with the image itself, his practice involving the assistance of others to position the mirrors. In the project ‘Open fields’ the process of framing is therefore doubled, as Amat works with great detail to create an image within an image, captured at the same moment. Continue reading “Guillaume Amat: ‘Showing you the trick’”
Over the last couple of weeks I have been thinking a lot about the visual aspects of my project. Deception/psychological manipulation, are not easy themes to work with, and I am self-charged with the task of conveying the effects of these experiences visually in some way. Continue reading “Reflections”
Inspired by the work of Samir Ahmadzadeh, an artist weaving together images to express combined family cultures, I decided to try this technique for myself, but from the perspective of bringing together a fictional scene with one of a day to day domestic situation. Continue reading “A quick test – weaving images”