I think of paintings as geographies where the map-reading can be approached as (theatrical) gestures within a designed landscape; actions in time within a defined frameset.
Ontario College of Art, Experimental Art (1985)
May promises a red herring in every pot. https://t.co/rq8olBXmE0 https://t.co/4ssctbqlT5
Also on this day.... https://t.co/C3eByCvORt
Very Nice, Very Nice - Arthur Lipsett https://t.co/MTmYuDVbgc via @YouTube
BBC News - 'Oldest animal painting' discovered in Borneo https://t.co/zTP0S6MRGr
RT @adamjmaynard1: Launch party for my book, Three Poems, happening at The Bodleian Library on Friday 16th November. Come along if you're i…
So Brexit's entered the 'tunnel' phase. Synonyms rejected by marketing: hole, pit, shaft, burrow, crawl space...
@Jenn1fer_A Ah, I see, I'll keep an eye out then. Thanks.
@Jenn1fer_A Any chance of these on CD or mp3?
@jonandali True, they all have that awkward, 'I'm sorry for your loss' expression.
Installation shots from 'Now It's Here ' (with @BekkWells et al.). https://t.co/oSOfof5CYq
Just when you thought it couldn't get worse... 'climate change to cause 'dramatic' beer shortages https://t.co/eoZ7utVJQc
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