forcefield videos

the forcefield exhibition at seventeen gallery is being extended, check it out. it's downstairs in the gloom and full of lots of videos that aren't ripped to youtube already


lux laze

vhs tapes and some dvds will hopefully be made up by the start of july


dream 5

had to go to a friend's wedding. my parents were homebound for some reason. kept going between the wedding and the house because it was boring. the bride kept talking to me and my girlfriend about how pretty one of the bridesmaids was and i was trying to deflect it and disagreeing. she thought i was rude. she was a bit drunk. i left to go back to the house. inside there was a security guy who was quietly bragging about his past job as a burglar who used to torture people in their own homes. there was also a special guest, jim davidson. as i came into the front room i had a chocolate in my mouth and told everyone something about the wedding which set davidson off talking to my dad about some joke he used to do with john virgo.





vison off

video triptych projected around corsica studios south london a couple of months ago


process - the faces of cities and architecture: the climate of the middle east and india

kandariya mahadeo temple, kajuraho. c.1000

lakshmana temple 950-1050

raja rani temple, bhubaneswar. c.1000

brahmeswara temple, bhubaneswar. c.1075

lingaraja temple, bhubaneswar. c.1000

towers of silence, located on the rocky hills, yazd, iran

citadel, jodhpur, 17th - 18th century

tomb of jahangir, shadera, near lahore. c.1626

cave temple, 2nd century b.c.

facade of cave temple

 interior of cave temple at kali, 1st century b.c.

cliffside tombs at naqsh-i rustam, near persepolis

cave dwellings at uchisar, cappadocia

remains of mohenjo daro (mound of the dead), pakistan

persepolis, the great steps of apadana terrace

ampitheatre at pergamon

temple of apollo. one of the largest temples in the ancient world, sardis. 300 b.c. - 150 a.d.

hatshepsut temple, deir el-bahri. 18th dynasty

small village at bande amir, afghanistan


the end of the world I & II

two sludgy oily drawings for an apocalypse-themed issue of spain's cosmos zine.
on a similar topic, the deaths of civilizations etc, currently reading this book:
"(the cover) drawing was made in the temple. could primitive imagination have produced anything so remarkably similar to a modern astronaut in his rocket? those strange markings at the foot of the drawing can only be an indication of the flames and gases coming from the propulsion unit."


i mean all these ancient people came from mu anyway. anything went on mu