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26/10/06

Put up new paper over the wild dog piece.
This has altered the entire reading of all the pieces. I am relieved to see that none (other than the Three Figure piece – incomplete) have suffered as a consequence. The interaction between the drawings is not sequential or narrative but a formal visual conversation. In some respects the rearrangements has clarified what has to be done on the new sheet. The silver sea in the Corpse’s Dream will be echoed in the Icarian figure in the final piece. This is started and worked on throughout Friday 27/10.

25/10/06

Complete the Self confrontational piece.

 

 

There is a again a lecture in the evening about Traditional Arts by Liz Doherty from the Arts Council. 

 

24/10/06

Continue on all pieces. 

 

The Corpse’s Dream is completed. The sea is now less linear and the marks have a density and mass that is more appropriate. They in fact, in part, reflect the sky.

Help arrange the room for a lecture by Louise Bourgeois’ printers, Harlan & Weaver, due for the evening.                                                          

                                                                                           

 

23/10/06

Vincent Andrews and Mary-Anne Gelly bring +20 students around for a talk. The group is interesting and interested. I reply to Questions as best I can. This seems to go down well. Some indicate that they will return during the last week to see how the drawings have developed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20/10/06

Continue on the below, inserting a viewing figure.
Rearrange room so that it is ready for Monday morning’s talk to Vincent’s students.

      

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