Tag Archives: installation

Friday Night Flicks: Mia Pearlman

Sometimes people start making paper cut art almost by accident. That’s the case with Mia Pearlman and her cut paper cloudscape installations.     There are more of Pearlman’s paper cut works on her website just waiting for you to … Continue reading

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Some Degree of Success

I accomplished a few things this week. I re-strung the prototype wind spinner, back on cotton cord. It was more complicated than the previous time since the three parts of each unit were now glued together, and therefore I had … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Cat Lamora

May is Paper Cutting month on Friday Night Flicks. Since this coming Sunday is Mother’s Day (in North America), it seemed appropriate to show Cat Lamora working on a piece inspired by the words of her grandmother.     Here’s … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Mirrors of Babel by eL Seed

I showed work by eL Seed once before on Friday Night Flicks. Mirrors of Babel is not instantly recognizable as calligraffiti, but it comes from those roots. Installed for Nuit Blanche in Toronto in 2018, the work is based on … Continue reading

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Square Dance is now open

My solo exhibition Square Dance has been installed at the Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery and is now open to the public under current Covid-19 rules.

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Friday Night Flicks: Pnit by Pneuhaus

Tonight’s flick is an unlikely choice for two reasons: the video was featured on Colossal, which means it already has extensive exposure, and it has nothing to do with paper, or books, and only a tenuous relationship with animation. It … Continue reading

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More Paper Toys

I have continued to play with making paper toys and produced two more this week. This one’s called Feed The Troll. The object of the game is to flick small items (paper clips, candy wrappers, used chewing gum) at the … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Emmanuelle Moureaux

I don’t usually include still images in the Friday posts, but I wanted to show you what caught my eye on Dezeen this week: images of a paper installation by Emmanuelle Moureaux entitled The Colour of Time. The exhibition is … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: How To Catch A Bird

Tonight’s haunting little stop motion short was made by Vera van Wolferen as her MA in Animation graduation film at AKV St. Joost Breda.     You might want to spend part of your weekend viewing more of her videos … Continue reading

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Pictures Of An Exhibition

Done! (Well, almost.) The exhibition was hung, displayed for a week, celebrated for an evening, and dismantled. The ‘almost’ is because I still have to finish all the little books to go with If I could save time in a bottle.

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