Back from Berlin

I am not long back from Berlin and let's just say, it is one of those places you don't easily forget. I am struggling to pinpoint what exactly about the city had such a lasting impact on me, but it's difficult to specify given the broad range of things that appealed. Firstly, of course, was all of … Continue reading Back from Berlin

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Alice Theobald and Atomik Architecture

 I have viewed this piece at The Baltic a few times now. I did not run to write a blog about it, as I wasn't entirely sure what I thought. I needed more time to process what I'd seen and I also felt like I had to see it again before I could formulate my … Continue reading Alice Theobald and Atomik Architecture

Doodle Galaxy (Doodle Time Part 2)

I didn't really notice the kind of doodler I was until I compiled them altogether for these posts. Given that they tend to be entirely separate and individual occurrences, I don't pay much attention to the technique or style at the time. So photocopying them from my notebook and creating digital copies was quite a sterile process for me, as it almost diluted … Continue reading Doodle Galaxy (Doodle Time Part 2)

Pop Up Pink (Part 1)

Tuesday night was the Pop Up exhibition of Pink inspired by and a result of the 'Pink' talk for Colour Studio Northumbria (http://colourstudionorthumbria.weebly.com/). These are weekly conversations mostly led by fellow course mate Rebecca Gavigan. Having led one this week myself on the topic of 'Time', I am even more in awe of how she … Continue reading Pop Up Pink (Part 1)

Hajra Waheed

So I had a wee trip down to The Baltic this afternoon thinking there wouldn't be anything new on given how often I go. But I fancied a walk and some fresh air before the gym so decided to go anyway. I was pleasantly surprised to be greeted by Hajra Waheed's exhibition. Waheed's work explores … Continue reading Hajra Waheed