Aesthetic Infrastructures | 9 Photographs, São Paulo (2015)

This piece is the first in a series considering aesthetic infrastructures. It follows on from a presentation and discussion of 9 photographs taken in São Paulo, at the When We Build Again Assembly III // Merely!, hosted at the Wick Common Shop on

Aesthetic Infrastructures | 9 Photographs, São Paulo (2015)

This piece is the first in a series considering aesthetic infrastructures. It follows on from a presentation and discussion of 9 photographs taken in São Paulo, at the When We Build Again Assembly III // Merely!, hosted at the Wick Common Shop on

Motherly horizons*

I. “I am feeling a little bit nervous, just like you do when you set your child off. But I have absolute confidence that it’s going to do what it needs to do to collect that science. And it’s going

Motherly horizons*

I. “I am feeling a little bit nervous, just like you do when you set your child off. But I have absolute confidence that it’s going to do what it needs to do to collect that science. And it’s going

Tile

Tile = architectural seaside dreamscape patterns and calendar line lyrics.  The patterns on the tile on the sea walk in Eastbourne make the music for these four tracks. Each track a different orientation. Each pattern a different song. Free download (just

Tile

Tile = architectural seaside dreamscape patterns and calendar line lyrics.  The patterns on the tile on the sea walk in Eastbourne make the music for these four tracks. Each track a different orientation. Each pattern a different song. Free download (just

Assembly III – Thursday, 21st June, 6.30 – 9pm

James Smith. Temporal Dislocation 006, Antenna 2012. At the Wick Common Shop Thursday 21st of June from 6.30 – 9pm When We Build Again hosts the third in a series of open-format, salon-type gatherings, this one on the theme of “mereness”

Assembly III – Thursday, 21st June, 6.30 – 9pm

James Smith. Temporal Dislocation 006, Antenna 2012. At the Wick Common Shop Thursday 21st of June from 6.30 – 9pm When We Build Again hosts the third in a series of open-format, salon-type gatherings, this one on the theme of “mereness”