This project will retrieve some things that are not completely lost, not completely forgotten: a collaborative artists’ book / ideas for exhibitions / project proposals that have ideas that stick / drawings about walks / drawings about mountains / 8mm films / photographs / dialogues.
Installed at articulate today
(Placed In a line on the floor beside the brick wall)
Watercolour tracings of objects in hand onto print out of 4 pages of reality check by invited artist John von Sturmer
“The plan was for me to simply continue to write (not so simple) and to produce a new text every day - as well as a scan. Therefore my work would be self-documenting. Of course this immediately draws attention to the restricted and selective nature of all/any documentation/documenting process”jvs
1 Pocket Diary/ 2.zip pencil case/ 3 change purse and penknife/4 open ray ban sunglasses case/ 4. wooden comb
Retrievals Placed on gallery floor
Waterfall words to a song by Jimy Hendrix (tw)
Image scan and scan manifesto text (jvs emails) January2012
Mountain drawings on canvas and muslin
Yesterday I put the animation rostrum designed and made for me by my father ,and consigned to the weather without my knowledge, into my car.
Today I placed it on the floor of the gallery, under the stair case, and began to write a text about the 8 mm animated films I made with the help of this contraption.
Eye of Horus / lost and found is the eighth of Articulate's project space projects
above: Juliet Fowler Smith*
above: Peter Charuk**
above: Peter Charuk*
above: Noelene Lucas**
above: Nola Farman**
above: Jason O'Brien*
*Photos: Peter Charuk
**Photos: Margaret Roberts