This is in Paris, but it could be anywhere in the world. With a suggestive title it could transport us anywhere. Robert Adams says good landscape photography should contain geography, autobiography, and metaphor. I’m not suggesting this photograph lives up to Robert Adams’ notion of being ‘good’, though for me the metaphor is autobiographical –
Seven days. Seven black and white photos of your life. No people, no explanation. Challenge someone new each day. Day One – 4 Sept Day Two – 5 Sept Day Three – 6 Sept Day Four – 7 Sept Day Five – 8 Sept Day Six – 9 Sept Day Seven – 10 Sept
Choose to see the lesson and beauty of the micro miracles that are present in mere coincidences.
In 1993 when I started my degree in Newport, I visited the university library to find some interesting books. This one caught my eye straight away. Seeing the title, I couldn’t believe it even existed, let alone be in my university library. Shock and awe is an understatement. I took out the book and must
On 27th July I went for a 4 hour walk and talk with my good friend (and former student) Sarah Connolly, who runs the Avon Stories project, which sees her interview various artists, historians and other interested people about their connections with the river. This wasn’t an official Avon Stories walk, and I wasn’t being
By Dr Shawn Sobers, 20.7.2017 Associate Professor – Lens Based Media, University of the West of England, Bristol Twitter @shawnsobers Graduation season this year for me coincided with funeral season for my family. Last Friday, in the morning I was giving out certificates celebrating the achievements of children I did not know for a
Went to the Arnolfini with my youngest and brought back a poster by the artist for the eldest. When the eldest saw it she said thanks but she’s already got it, and had it signed by the artist. Ok then. 😂👍🏾 #JobDone #YoungArnolfini #Proud