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Join in celebrating this extraordinary moment with me – this week marked 70 years of the The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) – and coincidentally the launch of my transport for London, Art on the Underground night tube map cover commission The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was adopted by the General Assembly […]
John Payne in W.G Sebald’s Footsteps…. There is no doubt in my mind that Austerlitz Station in Paris is the key to this rather enigmatic novel which draws a personal and emotional and rather misleading map of Europe, said John, misleading in that the novel appears to be meandering nowhere and the story and […]
On the 6th December 2018 I was very happy to participate in the 10th Online Performance Art Festival, conducted solely online and broadcasting from my home in Saigon, Vietnam.I chose my performance 'The Path to Enlightenment' as I had not performed it ...
they came to stand and listen a hushed communion old gods. new gods. uncanny colours, shapes and forms the strange, disorienting world of the wild wood listening station (listen in) ≈≈≈ Now playing: Harmonia & Eno … Continue reading →
Score No. 49 - Waylaid Walking in the book 'Ways to Wander' by Clare Qualmann and Claire Hind, currently being interpreted by Dr. Blake Morris, is 'Waylaid Walking' by Dr. Charlie Fox.Blake is re-enacting all 54 walks to be found in the book.This score...
Dear Lester and the Auckland Transport Board,London, New York, Melbourne, Sydney, Berlin, Copenhagen, Amsterdam and ParisThese great cities of the world have speed limits of 30 km/h.Their safer speeds have resulted in less death and serious injuries, h...
Associations and 2.1 km drawing.Falling and 2.7 km drawing.
As we try to unravel fact from fiction, whether it is the novels she wrote or her autobiography, Dame Muriel Spark led us on an obscure trail in Kensington. Once well established as a literary author, in the 1980s she wrote two novels, on reflection set in Kensington in the 1950s: “A Far Cry from […]
I'm selling 6 little pictures from my website If you're interested you can see the individual paintings at: http://www.janettekerr.co.uk look under 'Paintings' and then click on 'small paintings for sale'
The Menopause pot arrives in a wheelbarrow at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London on a wet November day
Its been a busy 2 weeks here in AucklandThe pedestrianistion of Queen st has been approved as part of the City Centre masterplan - here are the details Buses get to use the shoulder on the motorway to speed up the journey - here are the details Walk A...
thaw of the frozen lands heat of volcanic flux air of the salt lake ≈≈≈ Now Playing: Kassel Jaeger – Deltas
shattered bottle / Zen garden ≈≈≈ Now playing: John Cage – Ryoanji
how it begins (or ends) ≈≈≈ Now playing: Morton Feldman – For Samuel Beckett
“Interrupting my train of thought. Lines of longitude and latitude …” (56.036997, -3.395852) ≈ Either side of a surface Cross section of a world (in concrete) ≈≈≈ Now playing: Wire – Map Ref. 41°N 93°W
As winter and rain and flooded lanes set in, the lovely colours of autumn become a memory. All those days, dozing in warmth, will come again next year. Bo and I had plenty of rides, here by the river Taf … Continue reading →
The Women’s Arts Association autumn show set a challenge to members: to make something out of cardboard. It was another success, with the artists coming up with new creations for the exhibition in Llanover Hall. My friend Kathy brought her … Continue reading →
The long-term interpretation of the 'Ways to Wander' book by Dr. Blake Morris continues and I was able to participate once more from my location in Vietnam.This time the walk was No. 48 in the book, a score written by Tobias Grice that (...