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From the New Zealand poet Allen Curnow’s ‘Canto of Signs without Wonders’ ‘I look where I’m going, it’s the way yesterday’s and the day before’s clouds depict themselves over and over an affluently planted skyline: the clouds lay the whiteness on thick over the bluenesses. The impasto is unsigned, there’s a kind of an impression […]
‘And here again I come and only find The drain-cut levels of the marshy lea, Gray sandbanks and pale sunsets, dreary wind, Dim shores, dense rains and heavy-clouded sea. Yet tho’ perchance no tract of earth have more Unlikeness to the fair Ionian plain, I love the place that I have loved before, I love […]
This image is a collage, made from photograms of glass cubes exposed to low angle light from a torch. The success or failure of the juxtaposed sections all depends on factors over which I only have partial control: the exact height and angle of the torch, the direction(s) from which I shine it, the length […]
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