Blog Posts tagged planning

Masks and Photography, Ritual and Film

By Paul Watson on .

Over on Twitter yesterday I posted a series of tweets that, merged together, went something like this: What I need is Brighton people who will dress up in masks like those in the photo [above] and these, and be filmed doing some sort of dark folk-horror dance/performance art/ritual. Performers…

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Planning artwork for 2013

By Paul Watson on .

I’ve written myself a list of art-related tasks to do before January 2nd - some involve creating artwork, but most involve planning artwork to be made in January, February, & March. I need 2-3 more people to model for either photographs or life-drawings (in addition to the kind people who have…

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Research on the Broadside or Broadsheet

By Paul Watson on .

In early January I’m planning to print a number of Broadsides as related side-projects of the Book of the Erinyes. As well as being appropriate to the whole atmosphere of the artwork, I’m also drawn to the often scurrilous history of Broadsides, from the 16th century to the mid-19th century.…

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On Promoting Interstitial Art

By Paul Watson on .

As I’ve been working on The Book of the Erinyes I’ve been trying to work out who it’s likely to appeal to. The problem is that it doesn’t fit comfortably in any one area. It sits between art and craft, between bookbinding and book art, between mainstream and underground. It’s art made…

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