Monthly Archives: October 2013

Some further thoughts on audio-description

In trawling the internet it is very hard to find material on the principles of audio-description for the Visual Arts. Audio Description is the detailed narration techniques used to assist blind and partially sighted people, both young and mature, to … Continue reading

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Simon Jenner kindly wrote the following review of the Outside In poetry event at Pallant House Gallery

Reblogged from Survivors’ Poetry Blog on DAO Colin Hambrook’s double launch on Saturday 12th October at the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester was – it’s too easy to use such vocabulary –  the most inspiring Survivor event since the 21st … Continue reading

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Survey Monkey

Knitting Time is an ongoing visual arts and poetry project, which aims to address personal experience of the links between suppressed grief, loss and psychosis through the medium of art and poetry. Through this survey I hope to get critical … Continue reading

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Knitting Time is finally on the horizon

A starting point for the work on show in the Knitting Time exhibition is a collection of poems which explore personal narratives from infancy to the present time. The stories stem from my induction as an infant into the delusionary … Continue reading

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