Monthly Archives: Jul 2016

Georgia O’Keefe at the Tate Modern: on being fed

Today I went with my parents to see the Georgia O’Keefe exhibition at the Tate Gallery. First, I will say this is definitely worth seeing. O’Keefe was one of the first abstract artists, exploring different forms and ways of painting … Continue reading

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Poetry in public

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Working on my craft

A few weeks ago I watched a documentary about origami on Netflix called Between the Folds. The documentary covered a whole genre of origami called wet folding, that I had never heard of before. The premis is that you work … Continue reading

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Getting started

I’m down on the south coast with my boyfriend and his family. At the moment he’s sitting outside with his hoodie pulled up over his head, scanning the Internet on his phone and looking like something out of Mr Robot. … Continue reading

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The secret to passive income? It’s not that passive

For a while now I’ve been looking at alternative ways to earn money. I have a good ‘day job’, in which I think the work I do is worthwhile and important. But it’s stressful and I’ve been having anxiety that … Continue reading

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Mona Hatoum at Tate Modern

I’m on leave at the moment and have just been to see the Mona Hatoum exhibition at the Tate Modern. I’m not really into doing review pieces, but I do like to comment where I have found things to be … Continue reading

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The Magpie at Midnight

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