You should all have a look at this little blog by Tina Richardson, based in Leeds, UK.
YOU WERE HERE!
“This is an ongoing project that takes place on the University of Leeds campus and was started in November 2010. I am taking photos of found objects… that could have conceivably been dropped accidentally.
These items may well be classified as rubbish at the point they hit the ground, but the objects that intrigue me are those that could have possibly been lost, and at that moment in time, could have been attributed some value by the owner.”
The project focuses on the idea of accidental loss of an object; objects which are then indexed, temporally and spatially. Kind of like a map of loss. There are some similarities between this project and one of the first projects I posted on this blog, titled MISSING
I was interested in the body as a found object, and I see similarities in the projects because we’ve both concentrated on the place of discovery then mapped, in one way or another, those places.
The lovely DRAWING PAPER have done a small feature on some of my drawings – cheers!
If you haven’t seen any of the physical publications, try and get hold of one, they’re great!
Just a quick post to highlight a great blog!
I was made aware thanks to my good pal Sarah Smizz.
We’re hatching a plan for city wide domination! Not really, but we are pulling together a great proposal for an exhibition that will *hopefully* be in Manchester. If not, probably Sheffield. We’re very excited!
But what the hell has this got to do with BLDGBLOG? Well, everyone is inspired by something. So, thanks BLDGBLOG – you’re an inspiration!
Not only is James my best friend but he is also an amazing artist who creates unique and eccentric work. He’s (finally) started a blog which you can have a look at HERE.
If you like his drawings you can buy them HERE.
Some of my work has been featured on the b-uncut blog. Have a look HERE.
What do you think?
One of my collages was featured on b-uncut.net.
Have a look HERE.
I’ll also be doing a guest blog there soon, so keep an eye out!
is one of my favourite blogs, have a look. What do you reckon?