Location. No idea. Time. No idea. Date. No idea. From my archives.
Found it on my archive. I think it is sometimes in the 1980s, although I am not sure. Possibly York.
Two women, likely to be mother and daughter, walking into a shopping center, in the city centre, probably on a Saturday early afternoon. A long time ago. Hull 1978
Watching Andrei Rublev Watching Tarkovsky's Andrei Rublev, a film I was mesmerized when, as a young man, I saw in the late 1960s, I found out that Domi is also a fan.
at the Ferens Gallery... Sabine Bieli It was good to see this work, which I had seen through her Facebook account, for a while. Winner award by the Friends of the Ferens.
when hanging it for drying. I should have exposed it for the shadows, or going down to the shadows. However, I quite like that finger mark on the top left corner, and the extraordinary large amount of dust on it... My bedroom
December 2018 From the Cathedral project : Liturgy. Although I am not sure, yet, if I will keep it in the project. Cathedral is a wild graveyard-forest I encountered when I moved to a bedsit across the road, back in 1976. A sanctuary of nature in the midst of Hull city centre.
Path to heaven Saturday 8 July 2017 Image made for the Cathedral collection. Cathedral is an exploration of an old graveyard located on Spring Bank West, near the centre of hull. My first encounter of it was in late 1976, when I moved to a bedsit opposite it. A cathedral of nature in the midst... Continue Reading →