working on these gilded photos again…
Mynydd Llangyndeyrn, 4 to 4.30pm last of the sun, bone cold, a few flakes of snow falling making a few small experiments in framing
These photographs are taken with a mobile phone camera this evening on Mynydd Llangyndeyrn. In digital photography, something called ‘noise’ appears in photographs taken at low light levels, making the image grainy. What we are seeing as graininess is randomness in the image. Either the constantly present randomness in photography – a question of which […]
Arriving at Mynydd Llangyndeyrn at quarter past four, and walking the short way up, past the stone circle and the trig point, circling back round. A clear sky and cold today. These photos taken using my mobile phone, near the top. Walking down in the darkening.
Some days I’d like to have an overview, of my life, of my work. See what the pattern is, that can’t always make out. Climb to the top and look out over the sands and the waters. As a person might climb to the high point of the castle at Llansteffan, and stand and look […]
Gathering my thoughts in the woods today, also seeing and hearing interesting things
Today, I’m thinking and writing again about hope and contemporary art. The thought which I want to follow up just a little today is that an art which is hopeful must address trauma also. It must look at the past and it must look at violence, and it must seek to be with the pain […]