On Wednesday 24th, I headed to Brighton to attend the Brighton Photo Biennial. I had only visited Brighton at the age of 12 during my very first trip to England (16 years ago!); all I remembered was the seeing the Pavilion from the bus, a bunch of local drunks throwing stones at us for being … Continue reading
The video lecture capture of the talk we have held in occasion of the Digital Learning conference is now online and can be seen here: http://vimeo.com/49025486#at=0, with some interesting feedback: “There was such a maturity and confidence from these students that I can see why their proposals were chosen for the showcase, and the work … Continue reading
Last weekend, I was happy to be an extra on my friend Brian film about Zombies down at the Heygate. Thanks Laura for the photos, hope to post some more pics soon!
I have been out all day today running errands and doing my shift at Tate Modern. I have a sore back.
The Hotel Elephant gallery has now moved to the old Surgery in the Heygate Estate. I got in touch with them a few weeks ago regarding our Final Degree Show and as they were in the process of refurbishing the interior I took the opportunity to take a few photos of the rooms. I had … Continue reading
Unpredictable weather today. But I just loved the light coming through to the garden. It felt like an enchanted forest..
As I went running yesterday I found some workers putting up new barriers at the Heygate. Most of these barriers have now blocked most stairways and passages and I sincerely do not understand why, since the estate is still widely accessible by both foot and car. I’ve been told that the barriers are supposed to … Continue reading
I’ve recently been scouting for a suitable location to host our final degree show. The Hotel Elephant Gallery has relocated in the old Surgery of the Heygate Estate in Brandon Street and I have had the chance to go an check out the premises. I finally got to see what was behing *that* wall surrounded … Continue reading
After an inspiring evening with my classmates, cold and unable to find the right bus-stop, I resolved to walk home. All photos taken with my Bloggie.
I finally managed to get back to training after a two weeks break due to a knee injury. I was feeling a lot better and decided to join the Women’s Jam at Parkour Generations for the day to do some upper body exercise. I took some photos of the girls breaking a cat-leap. Yey! … Continue reading