Journey from Alison Stewart on Vimeo.
This is mapping a journey by train which is leaving London Victoria. It captures layers on camera by filming the window pain reflection as the train slowly puts out of the station. Steep learning curve:
- how to video
- upload video to Vimeo
- embedding it into website
Journey 2 from Alison Stewart on Vimeo.
This journey is a train leaving Fratton station using an Ipad Mimi. Again showing layers inside and outside the carriage.
A couple of weeks ago I went to see this exhibition when it was exhibited at the Turnpike Gallery in Leigh, Lancashire. The gallery staff were very accommodating to my friend and I, issuing us with photocopies of statements and additional literature to aid our studies. Below is a link to a good review when the exhibition was previously exhibited in Barnsley:
LIGHT AND LINE: POLLY BINNS AND ANNE MORRELL – A REVIEW | Alternative Barnsley.
In November 2012 Polly Binns came to Chichester Uni to give a lecture. This was followed by me having a 1:1 tutorial to discuss my art practise. I always record tutorials on a dictaphone, then write them out in full to help my dyslexic brain remember the important bits. Binns said: “you will remember what you need to remember.” What stood out for me was our chat on hanging textiles. Binns explained that she had used many techniques over the years but found using panel pins straight into the cloth a satisfactory method. Indeed this is what I remembered!