A link to a new story, the writing update, and the difference between end goals and process goals.
AI with catitude
I investigate how bad AI cat art can be, compared to traditional means of producing bad cat art. Plus, there's a writing update.
Castles in the air
Want to become a Voynich Manuscript generator? Ask me how....
A link to a new poem published today, thanks to The Ekphrastic Review @ekphrasticrev + some thoughts about writing in response to art.
March in April
Why not review 2019's Little Women and draw out half formed ideas about ambition, art, and other stuff.
Some words, a little art, and me
Here's a version of me contemplating a different version of me featured in a special @InkPantry interview, about writing, art, and, um…a version of me.
2020: too novel?
A year ago the most ludicrous thing I didn't have to imagine was a petition launched in the UK for a ban on the teaching of Arabic numerals. I thought it was some kind of stunt, but the woman responsible believed numbers were some kind of new fangled way to, I don't know, get whatever … Continue reading 2020: too novel?
Labyrinth of shadows
Art galleries are closed, in this year of 2020-Covid-19. It has presented opportunities to visit virtual exhibitions at galleries and museums around the world. Bendigo Art Gallery and Beinart Gallery are two I've had a peek at online. In less plague-ridden times, I visit art as often as I can, usually in spaces designed for … Continue reading Labyrinth of shadows
Remnants of paradise
The National Gallery of Victoria is currently exhibiting their collection of Felton Bequest images of scenes from Rajput courts. They are intimate and symbolic, and from 2019 there is something timeless about them, even though many of the paintings depict historical events and individuals. I think this has to do with context, some of the … Continue reading Remnants of paradise
Review: Compare the pear
I left it a bit late to see Baldessin / Whiteley Parallel Visions at the National Gallery of Victoria but I made it at the last minute and was pleasantly surprised. I won't go into a huge amount of detail about every work. Nor will I deliver much on the background of George Baldessin or … Continue reading Review: Compare the pear