Monthly Archives: January 2015

January 30, 2015

8.00 am. I reviewed last night’s incoming emails, completed a little research admin,  and wrote a student reference. 9.10 am. I’m now on Matt. 20.22 of The Floating Bible visual manifestation, with only two more verses to do. Every few … Continue reading

January 28, 2015

8.00 am. Early-morning admin: emails, registers, and course work uploads. 9.10 am. I returned to the Intercessions work. It requires four monitors displaying independent random sequences of words, for which there are 65,536 possible permutations: Processing was slow; there was … Continue reading

January 26, 2015

8.00 pm. I completed a reference and endeavoured to finalise the curriculum outline for the new art history module on abstraction, which will be offered in 2015/16. This year, I say goodbye to Contemporary Art 1, Contemporary Art 2, British … Continue reading

January 24, 2015

9.15 am. I recommence micro-masking the Image & Superscription panels, and adding layers Trust in Thy Word and YHWH. Ideally, all the paintings need to be resolved by the close of Monday. Then, I can attend to mounting works and preparing … Continue reading

January 23, 2015

The morning began with an excursion into town and to the School. 9.30 am. I resized Preaching = Painting in the light of yesterday’s unresolvable failure to convert one version of the artwork into an image file. However, the successful file … Continue reading