Texts

This is an ongoing series of articles and essays with subjects including art, performance and culture.

Some vignettes on shadows and best kept secrets

As with early hand tinted cinema films, certain sections of a performance may appear in ethereal colours, augmented by ultra violet light, or accentuated by mutlicoloured shadow play. The initial effect is as fleeting and arbitrary as it is accidental; …

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Towards a new barbarism of expression – Essay March 2014

Notes from the Zone: Towards a new barbarism of expression. Some notes about prehistoric art objects, images and notions about shamanism/performance art.

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Bury Me The Mask – Essay 2013

Shaun Caton with inserts by Andrew Cochrane. Shaun Caton: I have been making performances since my childhood, when I created a secret world, with impossibly obsessive rules. A world of bizarre croaking languages, confined spaces full of weeds, broken glass …

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Texts on Drawing

Drawing is commenced by the movement of the wrist and hand, somehow an image is born from the chaos of mark making with ink. I often superimpose and blot out an image with white paint, only to reform and regenerate it …

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