The Juyongguan Great Wall climb
Being on Juyongguan Great Wall, Beijing, today was a great way to celebrate one month in China, and connect with my grandfather’s ancestral roots.
CHINA Week 4: Language, technology and diplomacy
During Week 4, we learned about Mandarin, technology, democracy and new diplomatic relations
CHINA Week 3: New and old
Week 3 did not disappoint. Chinese film and sci-fi technology and traditional cultural experiences.
China Week 1: Hit the ground running
The highlight of this week of course, was being inside the Great Auditorium of the Great Hall of the People, an imposing building just off Tian’anmen Square.
China Week 2: Pinggu District and painting
The Foreign Minister’s press conference, a field trip to Pinggu, a painting session and a free day filled week 2 in Beijing, China
Gre-nay-dah, not Gra-naah-da. That’s in Spain.
I hope to start conversations on shifting landscapes and narratives of Grenada’s past and heritage education/appreciation/conservation policy
Reclaiming Fédon’s Rebellion: Identifying and Acknowledging the ‘Rebels’ in Modern Grenada
My proposal will be sacred to the memory of the participants of the Rebellion, some of whose descendants live in villages named after persons in the Attained Traitors book—a more meaningful representation of their history than the Westmacott monument acknowledges
Grenada in Feutersoey: 30 November Part 1
Suffice to say I have enjoyed this Open Spaces residency… the unlimited run of the schoolhouse, free accommodation and studio with heavenly view, meeting fellow artists who are all great human beings, and just being able to create and think in a different space, breathing deeply, crisp alpine air.
Grenada in Feutersoey: 15 November
Eventually I settled on what you see in the opening image… I culled 80 images to show just a handful representative of my thoughts and various techniques used.
Grenada in Feutersoey: 12 November
The last few days, and nights, have been really cold. The last few mornings, off and on, it’s been snowing — some mornings harder than others. Sometimes the snow lingers, other times, you blink, and it’s gone. As I approach the Open Spaces residency deadline of 15...