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Posts Tagged ‘Red’

Earlids EP1 Visualiser

Using paint and light, I created a visualisation for Earlids’ first EP. Four tracks: Intro, Tyran PTI, Spills and Tyran PTII. A continuous flow of colour and sound for 14 minutes. Watch ‘full screen’. Enjoy. Find Earlids EP1 on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes and Amazon.

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Q – Expressions

These small acrylics are expressions of my feelings during ‘lockdown’. Away from the studio, and working on the dining room table, I deliberately limited myself to one, two or three colours. They can be emotionally raw, or combine the raw with gratitude for nature seen during my daily walks. Quite often, I would setup colour…

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Let’s go for a drive

Title page for Ruth Dent's video Let's go for a drive, featuring a still from the video of a forest, caught at speed as the camera passed by.

See the trees swirl past. We move, they move, Our eyes sense speed as elongated shapes slip away, Impossible to catch in their entirety. I appear, as a tree – as trees, at intermittent intervals, Rushing past or attempting to keep up, to remain in focus. That’s the point: Blurred focus gives a sense and…

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Messengers

Title for Ruth Dent's video, Messengers. Shows a detail of abstract artwork The Messengers in gold, amethyst and king's blue.

Who is waiting on your path? A winding path. A fallen tree. A winter walk. What might you see? A fallen tree trunk blocks the way, forcing us to duck to continue. As we slow down, what thoughts and messages might we receive? And who are the messengers? Why artworks, of course! You can see…

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Moonlight Shadow

Title page for Moonlight Shadow video, with abstract artwork Orbital, which has a pale grey background and is covered with orbiting and crossing lines in pale blue, deep blue and rich chestnut.

It’s a dark night and there’s a bright full moon. I ventured out into the darkness and captured the clouds creeping across the sky. Masking the light until it burst forth to look one straight in the eye. Then added some artworks. Why ‘Moonlight Shadow’? Well … Moonlight Shadow by Mike Oldfield is one of…

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