Lancashire, UK resident
( previously: Glastonbury; London; Åre, Sweden; Isle of Man; Brooklyn, N.Y.; Runcorn; Liverpool )
b. 1952, Liverpool, UK
Given: The brain seeks (needs) patterns.
The simple process of using radii to relate two random points creates a vesica, a 'loaded' archaic symbol. That the two 'random' sites instantly acquire a reciprocal / bi-directional symmetry stirred my interest.
Vector imagery (both officially provided and numerically created), prosaic formats and protocols together with text and numerical data all proved necessary.
I am inspired by:
The perspective of Buckminster Fuller re: 'sphere' & 'number' and his use of an alternative vocabulary in his voluminous writings.
Dieter Roth's outlook and practise.
My Research & musings (links provided):
Fine Art Studies:-
1970 - 1981 culminating at MA level in NY USA
Vocational: 1981 - 2012:-
Master Screen printer, N.Y. U.S.A
Screen printer, Isle of Man, London, U.K.
Art Teacher, Åre, Sweden
IT Analyst, London, U.K.