Tag Archives: science

Brain and Being

There is often a strong duality to my artworks, as shown in my frequent use of opposing materials – heavy natural stone for instance, juxtaposed with lightweight manufactured paper. It is a lifelong struggle of mine, to find a sort of wholeness … Continue reading

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TREE: Natural History Museum

I thought to share this image with you, of Tania Kovats’ magnificent installation at London’s Natural History Museum.  It is made from thin slivers cut through the entire length of a 200 year-old oak. I must say, I have some reservations about felling … Continue reading

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Crossing the Event Horizon

” Crossing the Event Horizon: Rise to the Equation” Do you, like me, have a bit of trouble figuring out how the universe works?  Do you get exasperated too, with the general antagonism between those in the science/ technology camp and … Continue reading

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Ancient Sites

A bit of philosophical rambling here… When I first moved to this part of North Devon, on the Torridge estuary, I was dismayed to find there was no prehistoric rock art here (one of my abiding passions), and, as far … Continue reading

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