Monthly Archives: October 2011

windharp recording

While Nicky and Mary were recording the cathedral-like sound the wind produces by blowing on the strings of the harp, I was just loitering around curious to listen to some glimpses of this spontaneous music that was happening there.  To … Continue reading

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Bands of wood collected from the water on the following day of the open studio

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Fabiano’s tartan rafts before going to the water

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Drift wood collected from the seashore

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Angus’s poems painted on the studio

The two poems Angus wrote were painted line by line on each band of wood. The poems were later placed one across the other to create one of Fabiano’s tartan rafts.

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The barge and the light

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Ripples and waves

After I’d decided to make some work about the Scotch tartans, I started to see grid patterns everywhere I looked. Besides the serenity of the image with the gradient of light that goes from the light reflex surface of the … Continue reading

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