Category Archives: Colour

July Paintings VI (Stains)

   

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July Paintings V (Impasto and Glazes)

       

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July Paintings IV (Assemblage)

 

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June Paintings III

           

Posted in art practice as research, Clouds, Colour, Illusion/ mimesis, Materiality, Memory, Painting, rocks, Uncategorized, Uncertainty | Leave a comment

June Paintings I

       

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Towards a Selection of Sites of Ruination IV (Back Alley, Westpoint, Levenshulme)

        Bibliography Joseph Amato: Surfaces

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Speculative Paintings II: Co-Authorship

Outside Works At the last supervisory meeting, in May, Tim Edensor suggested allowing human and non-human agencies to create paintings. I had already begun to take up this idea in earnest the month before, as I had left canvases outside. … Continue reading

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