[This story was originally published in the October 2018 edition of etc magazine. A PDF version of the article is available at the bottom of this blog post.] Meet the Brighton artist who is inviting filmgoers to challenge cinematic representations of disability. Emily Jessica Turner learns more “What really spurred me on to do this was […]
On Friday, I finally managed to visit Inmate, Inventor, Genius, the Watts Gallery’s exhibition showcasing the life and work of asylum artist James Henry Pullen (1835-1916). This was a fascinating exhibition which demonstrated the artist’s incredible creative talent and technical skill while sensitively contextualising his practice with his institutionalisation. Pullen created ‘extraordinary designs, gigantic articulated […]
These are some pictures I took on my La Sardina analogue camera while attending the Gaming the Gothic conference in Sheffield earlier this year. Rather a lot has happened between now and then – a family crisis, illness – and I think the film has got rather poorly treated and bashed about in the interim. […]
I’ve been playing around with my La Sardina analogue camera recently, mostly getting to grips with the multiple exposure technique. I love how dreamy and strange the resulting effect is. Here are a few examples I’ve taken around Chichester recently, mostly in the Bishop’s Palace Gardens.
[This story was originally published in the August 2018 edition of etc magazine.] Emily Jessica Turner speaks to a trail team member who has been exploring the history of the town’s longrunning celebration of creativity The oldest walking art trail in the world, Arundel Gallery Trail celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. To mark this […]
[This story was originally published in the August 2018 edition of etc magazine. A PDF version of the article is available at the bottom of this blog post.] Emily Jessica Turner meets a Midhurst writer who has penned a memoir about her travels around the world ‘Planning my trip, I breezily muttered: ‘huh, travelling solo […]
[This story was published on July 24, 2018, on the BAVS Neo-Victorian blog. Read the original story at victorianist.wordpress.com/2018/07/24/hidden-histories-and-family-drama-review-of-lives-loves-and-letters.] – Lives, Loves and Letters: The Goring Family of Wiston, Sussex, 1743-1905 is a book with a peculiar origin story. The publication came about following the discovery of a wooden box, labelled Wiston Estate, containing nearly 400 letters, […]