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Artist and wordsmith, whose work engages with issues of access, from acknowledged physical needs to perceived symbolic exclusions. After being selected as one of DAO's New Voices in 2011, Gini's online presence has become an integral part of her arts practice

Evolving the empty vessel

29 June 2014


A white card on pale green background. Contains familiy classification information plus a warning that the artwork may contain irony

'I feel I change my mind all the time. And I sort of feel that’s your responsibility as a person, as a human being — to constantly be updating your positions on as many things as possible. And if you don’t contradict yourself on a regular basis, then you’re not thinking.' This quote from Malcolm Gladwell highlights a persistent contradiction in me that isn't at all helpful for my artist when it comes to exhibiting, publishing or otherwise putting my...

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Is it art?

6 June 2014


two rows of images of sky, photographs captured over 24 hours, each row has twelve colombs each colomb consists of six photographs. Colours are shades of blue and grey with some white cloud and five colombs of almost black night sky

Looking back at May weekends' sky colours, I'm a little dismayed by how grey the 24hr Salisbury weekend sky has turned out. Fascinating cloud formations, but still grey. Inspired by Dai Fujiwara, I was drawn to doing my own colour hunting of Salisbury sky. I haven't figured out if it's a distraction or seeds for a new direction. My little camera tends to interpret the onset of evening with quite a decent illusion of blue, so it looks like things are improving around eight...

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