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November 5, 2018
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More Pics. More Press.

A couple of images from the Swansea Fringe, courtesy of Paul Williams: And a couple of newish press pieces: New Music Platform Art Reveal Magazine I quite like the “Global Art Project” idea. Of course this was what I had … Continue reading

August 30, 2018
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Project Japan 34

Monday 27 August One day to see the sights of Tokyo, and the pair of us totally knackered anyway: physically and emotionally exhausted, tetchy, short-tempered, in foul moods because we were about to go back to the UK. Laughable… Because … Continue reading

August 29, 2018
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Project Japan 32

Saturday 25 August Get up late. Exhausted. We’ve peaked. We’re suddenly burnt out. Go shopping. Still baking hot… Have a nice Teriyaki dinner and then spend the evening catching up on the blogging (which has completely dropped off in the … Continue reading

August 27, 2018
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Project Japan 28

Tuesday 21 – Thursday 23 August Daytimes we go out and about in Kyoto. It’s still baking hot (35-37 degrees) and heavily humid. The first day is largely “wasted” by visiting the Emporer’s Imperial Palace (closed) and Nijo Castle (closed), … Continue reading

August 27, 2018
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Project Japan 27

Downtime in Tokyo: knocking these posts out now to wrap this up before we get home and it all goes stale. Monday 20 August Heather and I leave Sugoshicho behind and head for Kyoto. The afternoon is spent finishing off the … Continue reading

August 27, 2018
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Project Japan 25

Some ambient shots of Sugoshicho. Apologies in advance for the overhead power-cable obsession:

August 26, 2018
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Project Japan 24

Continuing directly on from my last post. The scene: Carl and Sueko Boland’s house in Sugoshicho, Japan. Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 August As part of the Resonant Interval show at Gallery G-77 in Kyoto—on Friday 24 August to be … Continue reading

August 25, 2018
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Project Japan 23

Apart from a couple of quickies earlier today I’ve not posted here for a week. I cannot tell you how busy we’ve been. As I sit here typing this on a Saturday afternoon I am absolutely knackered, burned out, washed and … Continue reading

August 2, 2018
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Project Japan 4

After lunch we headed to the Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art. What a lovely building! Artists (from the top): Hanada Kazuhara, Kanda Nissho, Momose Hisashi, Nakae Norihiro, and Richard Anuskiewicz. What a brilliant day! A very special thank you to … Continue reading

August 2, 2018
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Project Japan 3

After securing our precious supplies of paper Yumiko, Heather, and myself headed underground: Sapporo has a very well-developed and inter-connected network of tunnels, train stations, and shopping precincts in the centre of town. Part of this has been given over … Continue reading