I’m currently looking at a project that I’m calling ‘Conjoined’, and I stumbled across this video of two living conjoined twins. I found it emotional, and full of questions about identity (for them, it’s not about ‘one person or two’ – they say just see us as we are). It also raises questions about cognition, and seems relevant to what I’m thinking about right now – even though I don’t know exactly how yet.
How workers spent a day’s wages for an honest photographic portrait of themselves http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/treasures/trm037.html I’m interested in this history of the emergence of photography, and how workers paid for a portrait of themselves at work – a visual image that represented that identity.
I recently booked a room with Holiday Inn. The Holiday Inn ‘Best Price Guarantee’ says “we promise you access to the guaranteed best available prices, or your first night is free.” Sounds good? Read the small print. Continue reading →
Beehive Art Trail, Rochdale Feel Good Festival 2010
Using empty shops and offices in Rochdale, the Beehive Art Trail showcases the work of 25 local artists as well as providing opportunities to make art. It’s part of the Rochdale Feel Good Festival on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th August 2010.