Some photographs of the recent Papergirl Estonia Exhibition are on their facebook page.
My work was previously highlighted here, but some images of my work can be seen below.
The Exhibition was on the 25th of April in Tartu and judging by the photographs it looks like it was pretty cool.
Here is another sample image (not the full one) for my response to the Noise Project Week 6.
NOISE CHALLENGE #6: THE EAVESDROPPER
This week use your listening prowess to tap into the bits and pieces of fleeting information, conversations, and auditory activity happening around you. Pay particular attention to the sounds you hear stuck in transit, waiting in line, or passing by strangers on the streets. Create a response to this hyper-aware listening experience. What did you discover? What sound or idea or thought struck you the most?
NOISE CHALLENGE #5: THE SENSES
What colour is the sound of springtime? What does the sound of gridlock taste like? Feel like? This week spend some time sifting through the hazy layers of noise that make up your everyday. Explore the way these sounds affect your senses, your body, your daily experience. You have one week to discover and share your mixed-sensory noise experience.
NOISE CHALLENGE #4: THE SOUNDTRACK
Choose one song on your mp3 player and choose one day this week (or multiple days if you wish) to play this song on repeat. On these days, you are only allowed to listen to this one song. Listen to it when traveling to work or school. Listen to it on your lunch break. Take a long walk and listen to it again, and again, over and over. Let the song inflitrate your everyday experience. You have 1-week to create some kind of response to this multi-sensory experience.
NOISE CHALLENGE #3: THE EMPTY
This week spend some time exploring an “empty” space (or place), manufactured or natural. Consider the creative potential of this space… its acoustics, its untold story, its emotional content. You have 1 week to find an “empty” space and change it, transform it, or influence it, through your physical interactions.
Another page from my Memoir Project Submission. Clown Noses. This is one of my first attempts at concrete poetry. Just thought I’d try something new. I’m not too sure that this page is quite representative of the book as a whole or if it is even a memoir, but I think it is quite an interesting image that makes use of words and imagery.