One of my favourite speeches ever, from the first third of the play, A Thought In Three Parts by Wallace Shawn who is one of my favourite writers. Neat-oh!
Note from Peter Liversidge Arts Admin Weekender. Good to think about self in relation to dark matter!
These are feedback forms from an amazing, life-changing workshop on making solo work run by performance artist, Bryony Kimmings. At the end of the week, we all showed a few minutes' worth of material. This is some gorgeously generous feedback from the group. Am indebted to Bryony and the team. This was the start of... Continue Reading →
GS and I have been sending each other writing provocations on a daily basis. Here are some snippets, out of context, that I thought I'd share. *** I have been thinking about train journeys. Why are they so romantic? So evocative? Is it because we’re part of a big engine that we can feel? We’re... Continue Reading →
Image and text below by artist and poet LP, in response to my piece. I wrote about making art, valueing it, and being an outside here. I received some lovely responses and here is one I want to share with you. Towards the end, there is a rather interesting consideration of the relationship between love and... Continue Reading →
A piece made by Ann Wood for Phil Morrison's film "Junebug." A Chicago art dealer (Embeth Davidtz) travels South to research the work of a self-taught artist named David Wark (Frank Hoyt Taylor). Someone lovely once caught a glimpse of me and bought me a copy of The Outsider. Not the Camus, but a non-fiction... Continue Reading →