Archive for July 22nd, 2008

At the end of the exhibition I was left with the question of what to do with the pictures I got back. What was more pressing is what to do with the pictures I had framed because I don’t have any space to store them at home in their framed state.

My walls at home and, as you can see here, my office at work have been the beneficiaries of my quandary.

So you see, some good does come out of not selling any work…

This is the new “exhibition”. Currently I don’t have any plans to expand, but there may be an announcement some time in the not so distant future.

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To see a higher definition version of the video, go here.

I saw this in the unlikely place “Astronomy picture of the day” labeled “Happy People Dancing on Planet Earth”. The story is this guy Matt Harding, going round the world recording himself dancing in 39 different countries with local people. A lot of fun. As they said in the blurb on Astropix: “Happiness is frequently contagious — few people are able to watch the above video without smiling” (their hyperlinks).

It reminded me of another blog I am currently following “The art of non-conformity” by a guy called Chris Guillebeau who is amongst other things, trying to visit every country in the world.

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