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DYCP is go!

Really pleased to have been awarded DYCP (Develop Your Creative Practice) funding from Arts Council England. It is to go towards developing my work with point clouds and virtual interaction, […]
DYCP is go!

Helmholtz 2.0

Hermann von Helmholtz, (1821–1894) is often considered to be one of the last polymaths in science: the final incarnation of a time when the whole of science could be grasped […]
Helmholtz 2.0

Ichor

The word ‘petrichor’ refers to the wonderful scent given off by dry earth when rain falls upon it. It comes from the Greek: ‘petra’ for rock, and ‘ichor’, which was […]
Ichor

Splat!

I spent yesterday in the CobBauge workshop at Plymouth Uni, finding out more about this material. The day was spent fluctuating between two poles: one, earthed, that what we are […]
Splat!

CobBauge

So where to start tackling the climate emergency? How about over a cup of tea? Well, not quite, but the cup did come up in my first meeting as Creative […]
CobBauge

what4words

gut.place.belief.interact [Thought experiment for Creative Fellowship in the form of a Venn diagram, following a conversation with Steve, using a portait of John Venn. Don’t know what to make of […]
what4words

It

Things are moving on with the Creative Fellowship at University of Exeter. Here is a working drawing, entitled ‘It’, in the form of a mini-manifesto to the AMR network. I’m […]
It

Smash and grab

I’ve been trying to get my head around next-generation genome sequencing. How it has revolutionised our understanding of microbiomes. From what I can work out, somewhat similar to the arrival […]
Smash and grab