A different placing a different dialogue…


“I’ve got your name carved into my tongue.” Georgia Ruth.

Tongue to Tongue, Back to Back

Words spoken are symbols or signs (symbola) of affections or impressions (pathemata) of the soul (psyche); written words are the signs of words spoken. As writing, so also is speech not the same for all… Continue reading

Velvet Pouch Tongue

Velvet and Bronze….


Quick Sketching


FInger Limb of body Sensation Touch Trace FEELER All fingers and thumbs Lay a finger on Slip through one’s fingers Point a finger at Put one finger on Have a finger in Work… Continue reading

Semantic Typology

Finger Spoon

Juxtaposing, fragments, uncanny, constructing, creating a new meaning – my language…

Juxtaposition of materials.

Today I was thinking back to November when I spent a fabulous day in london going to exhibitions. I’ve been thinking a lot about language and material use lately, and remembered this Cathy… Continue reading

For the love of spoons….

Melissa Gamwell – New Bronze Age Spoon.


Thesaurus: –  ‘Interior’ ‘Impress’  From ‘intimus’ – ‘in-most’ 


How do we distill our thoughts, emotions into words, sentences, that allude to the essence of what you are trying to convey? I’m trying to look at how poets do this – so… Continue reading

…From the words of others…

“I take pleasure in my transformation. I look quiet and consistent, but few know how many women there are in me.”

Ultimate sacrifice


Egon Schiele, 1917 We trace and map each other, exploring and discovering how we experience sensations; all the intimacy, the pain and pleasure we share

“intimacy colours my voice”

“Every mouth you’ve ever kissed was just practice, all the bodies you’ve ever undressed and ploughed into we’re preparing you for me, I don’t mind tasting them in the memory of your mouth,… Continue reading

Bell Jars

I have always loved bell jars and these hand blown bell jars by artist, Andy Paiko are amazing

David Whittaker ‘And I heard her voice for the last time in a text of love’ 2012

A mirror reflecting the jumbled landscape below. A moment, stage of life that we are all in, at some stage or another. I’m thinking about how by focusing on certain elements and letting… Continue reading

Inspired by Louise Bourgeois

Bourgeois once said that: “the cells represent different types of pain: the physical, the emotional and psychological, and the mental and intellectual. when does the emotional become physical? When does the physical become… Continue reading