On such occasions the basic act of attention that creates a place out of a location would be renewed, enhanced by whatever systems of understanding we can muster, from the mathematical to the mythological, by the passion of poetry, or by simple enjoyment of the play of light on it. Here is a gateway to…Read more Understanding a place “without shortcuts”: exploring the Tim Robinson archive
The international conference Lifeworlds: Space, Place and Irish Culture, hosted by the Ómós Áite: Space/Place Research Network, will take place at NUI Galway, 27-30 March 2014. Conference sessions, plenary lectures and the mapping workshop are free and open to the public.
I wrote in early December how our first timber from Hollywood was being used for something special... check out the wedding photo
A dog puts new Carlow forest on the map - a longterm eco art project 'the Hollywood Diaries' named after Holly the dog, highlights continuous cover forestry in the area
The diary form of film-making by its master and leading experimental filmer and expermental film advocate... Walden is Mekas' conversation with a city (New York) and friends. It's nice to see that Jonas' celebratory and generous work now has spread to the new world of internet diary making too - see Jonas vlogging at http://jonasmekasfilms.com/diary/ …Read more Walden by Jonas Mekas
I have often wondered on the new opportunities and places where artists cinema is exhibited. A most comprehensive recent overview is by irish academic, Maeve Connolly in her book 'The place of Artists' Cinema: Space, Site and Screen' (2009). However, while it does detail the relatively recent rise of artists cinema in supposedly 'non-commercial galleries,…Read more the place of artists cinema – off and online