Author Archives: Frances Land
An amazing watch if you have a spare hour and a half. ‘Life in a Day’ incorporates stories, some sad, some uplifting, some funny, from all around the world and shows different people’s lives from dawn till dusk. This film … Continue reading
Kevin Meredith aka ‘Lomokev’ is a photographer based in Brighton, he came to my University and I was lucky enough to get to his lecture. He showed us some of his work including this video ‘A Year in the Life’, … Continue reading
Great image I saw re-blogged on my ‘Mentor’ Robson Dowry’s Company blog!
I made a few example tests to research a project. What do you see?
“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” research- documentary on the history of the mental institutes in England. “This documentary tells the fascinating and poignant story of the closure of Britain’s mental asylums. In the post-war period, 150,000 people were hidden … Continue reading
Ken Kesey, writer of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”, talks about his famous “Acid Tests”, experiences, music and his own unique perspectives on being “open-minded”.
Installation artist Jenine Shereos has found an unusual use for human hair. She has created delicate featherweight tree leaves from fixing together individual strands of human hair. (See below) Clever to turn something quite grotesque into something uniquely beautiful? The … Continue reading