I’ll be presenting On the Generation of Sounds, the second in my series of Grosseteste projects, at 1.15pm on Tuesday 14 March at the Arts Technology Research Lab, Pearse St, Dublin 2. The event will be hosted by the School of Creative Arts Research Forum at Trinity College Dublin.
I’m pleased to announce that an article of mine has just been published in an exciting new book from The Orpheus Institute, edited by Bob Gilmore and Darla Crispin. My article is titled, ‘Composing as a Way of Doing Philosophy’. In it, I talk about the works I wrote between c. 2005-9, including An Audience… Read more »
I’ve added a piece from my archive about Robert Wilson’s ‘Walking’ project, which I experienced at the 2012 Norfolk and Norwich Festival. It is in the ‘Writing’ section of the site. Click here to read it.
I’m in the process of adding pieces of writing from my archive to this site and have added the following in the past few days. More to follow in due course: i) ‘How to Keep a Villa in Arcadia‘ – on the Venice Biennale in relation to Virgil’s Eclogues. ii) Two items of programme notes:… Read more »
The planes of Henry Moore’s sculptures convey a plasmic organicism. They seem to curve around you as you approach and to spin like a barrel on an axle as you move away. The skill in controlling our impression of these planes is the sculptor’s manoeuvre. It distinguishes itself from the two-dimensional mark-making of the draughtsman… Read more »