Travelling through art history

My PhD research is the first in-depth scholarly study of the painter Karl Weschke (1925-2005). He’s mostly unheard of, yet he played a significant role in formations of Modern British Art in post-Second World War St Ives, and wider…

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The leafcutters

Leafcutter ants are an iconic image of the rainforest, with their large leaf trails making the forest floor come alive. They mimic a busy highway, moving to the sound of nature.Β  But why all the leaves? Leaf fragments are cut…

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Journal of International Photography

Practice used to be something you did repeatedly on the way to achieving something else. A means to an end repeated so often you no longer had to think without doing it well. Not only could it get you to Carnegie Hall, practice, so they say, would make perfect. These days practice is the beginning, the middle, and the end. It’s…

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