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Digital art, film, music and text.

Graphics are hand drawn and computer mediated creating visual effects with clear, pure colours and patterned designs exploring depth and minimalist repetition.

Designs output on screens, as knitted woolen and cotton wraps, on paper and as silk prints.

Short films take these designs further into new media as morphing shapes and layers set to music including nature music, composed from the sounds of birds, insects, water and frogs as well as using more conventional instruments.

Reflections on theoretical dimensions of the world of aesthetics, the use of signs and images and living in the world. Presented are some of the ideas of European and American philosophers on cultural practices, including the following:

A picture makes its own time. It is a unity, complete and whole. The time of a picture is discontinuous time, different to the idea of continuity we use to divide up the day into functional intervals. It is time in the sense of stages of life, where suddenly we change from being a child to an adult, or from a mature person to old age. When your senses enter a picture you give yourself to its time ...

Art reveals to its participants how to see. It complements language and texts to make thinking possible, drawing attention to the dimension of seeing. It focusses concentration on what is special in the world and makes visual experiences significant. Human beings are unable to perceive without a symbolic structuring of their thoughts ...

Art, whether ancient, medieval or modern, captures existence in the stream of time and gives a persistence to its temporary moments. In a reciprocal way the dallying observation of such captured experience teaches us to pause and take our time in the present, to enhance our consciousness of the phenomena of our lives as they pass and become past ...

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