2015 Review

  Two- thousand-and-fifteen was a year where I learned a lot about myself. I learned who I want to be and it is not a carbon copy of someone else; low self confidence and social anxiety for nearly all my life lead to the belief that I could never be valued for my self, so … Continue reading 2015 Review

YouTube Channel

I have just started a YouTube channel¬†¬†where I plan to talk about my art, writing, poetry, being a Hellenic polytheist, being a vegan, fashion, tattoos and piercings; basically everything I am interested in. There is only one video up on there now about my art practice but I plan to upload a video every week … Continue reading YouTube Channel

Trains/ Travelling

Train journeys are such marvellous things, there is a touch of the 'old-ways' about them, even though technically they are not that old. I went to a new train station today, it was almost walled with wild lavender. Of course something was broken and/or being fixed (as everything is these days) so my stepfather had … Continue reading Trains/ Travelling

Pro-active Procrastination

Living in a weird bubble lately where I am doing everything but the most important stuff; reading fan-fiction, writing fiction, drawing, moving my bedroom around, and playing with my dog. Good news is that every-thing I mentioned above is basically on track, but my essay (its half done) and sketchbooks (the things that are actually … Continue reading Pro-active Procrastination

MA Creative Practice 1- ‘Pecha Kucha’ Thought Experiment

For my second Creative Practice lesson we started a 'Thought Experiment' which is based on the Pecha Kucha presentation style. Using the book '101 Experiments in the Philosophy of Everyday Life,' by Roger-Pol Droit our tutor selected random experiments and placed them in plain brown and white envelopes with the title 'thought experiment' placed on … Continue reading MA Creative Practice 1- ‘Pecha Kucha’ Thought Experiment

MA Creative Practice 1 – Poem workshop

For my first Creative Practice lesson on MA degree, we were taught by poet and writer Catriona Ryan who completed a writing experiment with us. Our first exercise was to write with our left hand(as it is suppose to be your more creative side) with out thinking, something alike the Dada and Surrealist poetry movement … Continue reading MA Creative Practice 1 – Poem workshop

Art Installation help!

Hi guys, I am starting a project on the abstract personifications in Greek mythology and would love your help! Starting with Hypnos the Greek God, I would like for people to send me a photo of their unmade bed after they have awake, and if willing tell me about the dream they had or dreams … Continue reading Art Installation help!