Someone at the exhibition thought that my Story Builder transparencies were supposed to go on top of the prints from my book Sorry and I was happily surprised with how well they match. It was lovely to see people engaging with my work and it’s good to know that children have played with the Story Builder as well, as I had only shown it to adults before the exhibition. I’m going to develop it further the coming year and hopefully will find a way to publish it as well. To be continued…
Another project I’ve been working on, about the creative process. Do you ever feel nostalgic about the time in your life where you would just draw, without thinking, as a child? I wonder sometimes what happens when I let her be in charge. Maybe my ideas would be more obedient, like this lot here, and they would just follow me. Hopefully I’ll manage to have this book ready as well for the degree show next week. Check @csacbi for more details and artwork by my talented fellow students.
I may have gone overboard with the colours of my newest project. Sorry. I’m ready to bind this book finally, let’s hope I don’t mess it up as I don’t have many prints and am not sure if I can deal with anymore risography this week.
Come see the final book at our degree show next week at Candid Arts Trust Gallery in London. Check out @csacbi for more info.