I don’t think I have posted this view of Instrument Five in action before. The throw of paint is almost spent, but the splatter on the backside of the drawing pieces is one of the clearest examples of this series, giving away the range of stories that emerge from the collision between the paint and the drawing pieces. The Paint discusses a certain occupation of the architecture that is modelled int he drawing pieces.
Another of the latest instruments, with my drawing in the foreground and Perry Kulper’s behind.
If you want to find out more about this work Pamphlet Architecture No.34 will be released on the 10th of December.
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Perry Kulper’s drawing and drawing piece is on the right foreground, with his paint catapult in the centre and my drawing behind.
Mark Smout, Laura Allen and Geoff Manaugh’s British Exploratory Land Archive exhibition opened at the AA this evening – well worth a visit. Some views of the show.
Set in rural Manitoba (in the middle of Canada) this film set for a Western lies abandoned and vandalised – until quite recently a western town marooned in the frozen north.
A Kinkajou skeleton from the Booth Museum. Worth seeing in stereo.
But with greater depth…
A 3D view of the latest drawing instruments, with Perry Kulper’s drawing and drawing pieces in the foreground and mine behind. Usual process for resolving the stereoscopic image.