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Project #2293

Saturday March 11th was the launch of our exhibition, project #2293 – a collaborative project between myself, Martha Sakellariou and Christina Vervitsioti. The exhibition was the result of many conversations Martha, Christina and I had about how to produce and share some work again, following several years of domestic preoccupation! This site-specific exhibition held in a suburban home, explores themes around suburban life, architecture, domesticity and identity, as seen from three different angles.

Thank you for all the support from family and friends. It feels great to have had time to focus, get some work out there again and in particular, collaborate with two like-minded brilliant people! Here’s to the first in many collaborations to come and lots more work!

Now back to giving a little more attention to the kids, catching up with the laundry and cleaning up the house … ;-)

www.project2293.com

 

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How to build a city.

I love this work by at swim-two-birds. Collage made from paper trash, then embroidered. Beautiful.

Retna wall.

One of the things I kept from a magazine was this photo of a wall in a parking lot. I thought it was quite beautiful and found out more about it here. This work is by Retna as part of ‘Wallworks’ – a project inviting a select group of graffiti artists to create a series of murals in the parking lot of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in December 2010.

Tokyo Project 21

Tokyo Project 15

Up There

http://vimeo.com/11060208

I’ve always wondered how they do it! This is a beautifully shot short documentary about the art of hand-painted advertisements. Shot by Malcolm Murray (Mekanism) for Stella Artois.

Tokyo Project 12