β€œWhat Is Knolling, Tons Of Fun?”

Knolling is a photography trend you need to know about. It’s growing in popularity, especially in commercial photography. Knolling means arranging items in parallel or at 90-degree angles. This creates clean, striking images, perfect for showing off products...

How Karl Marx Can Guide The Struggling Artist

I figure I would write about how a 19th Century Political Theorist is helping me as an artist – I hope to write out some pointers so that you can implement these findings in to your practice. Yes, I am of course on about Karl Marx. Despite his revolutionary...

β€œReality Is Full Of Depth Of Field”

Sebastião Salgado, the photographer is quoted as saying “Reality is full of depth of field.” He describes filling his images with ‘great and intricate detail.’ Well, that is the technical aspect. But the core of it, the marrow of his...

When Radio Is Rebellion

Offering up your hours to the service of community radio might not strike you as an insurgent act. One might consider such a task as merely virtuous, perhaps even selfless. Giving back, making a mark of positivity in the world, these are the usual platitudes. Yet, I...

Emergence Triple Bill & Tonk

Me and Kathryn paid a second visit to the Theatre in a week. This time, tonight, to see the Emergence Dance Triple Bill. Emergence Dance are the post-graduate dance company of Joss Arnott Dance and Salford Uni. Yeah… I am not qualified whatsoever to review the show. I...

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