The only reason that I did any writing … is really the fact that the critics had not understood things very well. They were writing about Minimal Art, but no one defined it … People refer to me as a Minimal artist but no one has ever defined what it means or put any limits… Continue reading 46 Days Left To Go—The only reason that I did any writing …
It is a question no one likes to answer: In what way is art different to other objects? Answers such as ‘it is more meaningful’, ‘it has intent’, ‘it is more beautiful’, and ‘it is culture’ don’t quite cut it—especially if you value the thought, integrity and ingenuity that goes into first-class design that is… Continue reading 47 Days Left To Go—Is art different to other object?
After some sound feedback I replace the video on Pozible with a new one I just made. In it, I try and describe why we need people to collect art. To do so, I had to try and describe the way an art object is different to every other object. Maybe I am completely wrong and art… Continue reading 48 Days Left To Go—Replaced main video
In one way of looking at it, everything that occurs does so at a specific place; it occurs at a specific latitude, longitude and point in time. The ice-cream you bought the other day while guiltily looking over your shoulder occurred at a pin-point on a map with a timestamp, whether someone saw you or not. While a pin-point in time and place… Continue reading 53 Days Left To Go—When art is misplaced
Again, thanks to my first supporter who left these fine rallying words: ‘Authentic art is critical. More of it.’
Truly, I was just putting the tablecloth on the table when word of my first pledge came through. As with all good things in life, you can’t image how it feels until it actually happens. May jasmine flowers appear along every footpath my fist supporter walks along, so they are eternally reminded of Spring. Thank you.
Need I say more!
Rather than rely on the distortions of my disappointment to write this post, I google searched for voices who have already discussed the agony of waiting for the first pledge. Will it happen? How long do I wait before realising it will never happen? When I realise it will never happen, do I pull the plug and… Continue reading 57 Days Left To Go—Looking for that first pledge
They say the first port of call for campaign support is the circle most immediate to you—your family. From there, pledges ripple outwards. Without that first drop in the lake, there is no ripple effect. So I tried one of my brothers who, very kindly, replied with the suggestion I make a five year business plan and… Continue reading 58 Days Left To Go—without potato salad science
Second day of the campaign, and finally I send an email notification to those on the studio’s invitation list. Something tells me this should have happened yesterday. With no supporters, YET, I can’t help but begin to dread my odds. In an attempt to assuage the dread I have done some digging, only to discover it is justified. Before I delve,… Continue reading 59 Days Left To Go—what are the Odds?
Brakes screeching, cars skidding, cars piling-up—because: I just pressed LAUNCH for ‘Studio: Key’ on the crowdfunding platform—Pozible. Well, that’s how it felt as my mouse clicked and before the realisation dawned that I could hear no traffic incident on the road outside as a result, at all. To launch I had to climb what felt like Mt Everest only to discover,… Continue reading 60 Days Left To Go—Launch