Here you will find the archived posts in date order. There is no theme or agenda. It is simply a record of work both individual and collaborative.
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Blue is breath
Blue is a slipped silence
Blue is a silence speaking
Blue is a figure visible then vanished
Blue is a slant in perception
Blue is contradictory
Blue is a body in water
Blue is the water of scattered light
Blue is a body inside another body
Blue is the stammer of pleasure
Blue is essence: call this love or soul
Blue is the ink marking on skin
Blue is the skin branded
Blue is brushed history
Blue is apology
Blue is the mind unfurling
Blue are the curfews of church bells
Blue are the bricks of demolished homes
Blue are the invisible corridors of houses
Blue are the bruised walls
Blue are the flickered hours of dawn
Blue are the ghosts in a house
Blue are the houses left behind
Blue is their confession.
32cm x 59cm archival giclee print on museum quality Hahnemuhle rag paper
Prints available on request
Irregular palettes of colour – stung yellow, mustard brown, buried shades of – off white, umber lining scabrous to the soft fingers of a child who traces its exterior as he learns to walk in a kitchen. It is as if the brick moves through him or we through the brick. The house moves in registers of light, a family re writing their place. Far away – another house rehearses ghost time – neither here nor as yet, a presence spilled, as it interprets the seasons of snow spoken winters, spring shadowed with unsent letters, summers abated from fever. You bury yourself deeper in a bed. The bluster of blue. You bury yourself deeper in the house, listen to the tucking of wind, until the house is empty of you – brick covered by fresh cheap paint, stories cloaked in the notebook of clay and shale, in the irregular palettes of colour, stung yellow, mustard brown, buried shades of – off white.
STUDZINSKA (words) BULLOCK (art)
Sculpture (2003) – 102cm x 152cm x 3cm. cast plaster, barbed wire, razor wire, acrylic paint.
‘God Bless America’ was made in response to the allied invasion of Iraq in 2003 and has been exhibited several times in London at ‘Peace Not War’ events. Available for gallery loan – please email.