“I’m exploring how codes can be used with different fabrics, textures, embroidery, dyes, inks, thermochromic inks and luminous inks looking at how issues like stretch, weave, texture, shade, shine affect the use of the codes.” Continue reading
Stalkers is an interactive wall artwork illustrated by James Dawe and written by Alicja Shaw. Continue reading
Every guitar tells a story, from the tonewoods that form it, to the craft of its making, to the players that own it, to the places it visits, and to the many songs that it sings.
This is the story of a unique guitar; one that has been created with the express purpose of capturing and telling its own life history.
Our guitar is called Carolan in honour of the legendary composer Turlough O’Carolan, the last of the great blind Irish harpers, and an itinerant musician who roamed Ireland at the turn of the 18thcentury, composing and playing beautiful celtic tunes. Like it’s namesake, Carolan is a roving bard; a performer that passes from place to place, learning tunes, songs and stories as it goes and sharing them with the people it encounters along the way. Continue reading
Artcodes are made up of a boundary, regions and blobs. They have a simple hierarchical structure: blobs are inside the regions, regions are inside the boundary. You can draw as much as you like outside of the boundary as long as it doesn’t touch the boundary.