Glasgow photography competition: movement

Showing brutalist Brunswick Centre with sun rising on the left - reflecting off the window glass - and the moon going down on the right

Ive been trying to submit to this competitition They seem to be looking for photographs showing rapid small-scale movement? I want to show much more fundamental movement: that of the Earth rotating round the Sun, and the Moon rotating round the Earth and Sun.Of course it appears as though we on the Earth are stationary – and …

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Wake Wash Work

Shape Open 2023 has the theme Open All Hours and this above is my submission.For several decades I’ve been Open All Hours to a torrent of diagnoses and disabilities. Even with the Social Model, each new diagnosis needs time, both practically and emotionally. Time for the worry that inevitably comes alongside an uncertain future with degenerative diseases. Time …

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Curating Theatre Deli festival: Social Model .. and More. Some of my specific outputs.

My role is much more listening / influencing than ‘doing specific things’. But here are some of my specific festival outputs. After my comments initiated the festival, my first input as a curator was to say: We must start as we mean to go along – by listening to and hearing the diverse voices of …

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Is this me?

I want to be clear that my disabilities – like many other people’s – are not static. And that I’m much more than my diagnoses.See what I can and have created!Look at what else I am!But I also want to be clear about the uncertainties I live with. Is this me? This image started as …

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Measurements of time for the people Q2/179

The Lunar Calendar determines – and remembers – so much for Muslims. All the key historic events during the earliest years of Islam. The Hajj. And, of course, Ramadan.I installed these images the day before Ramadan 2022 started. So check this out for an appropriate starter image: Whoever sights (the new moon) Let him fast …

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I’m in the British Museum!

my freeswimming freeweaving weave on an easel

The gorgeous Joy in Weaving wanted my Freeswimming Freeweaving weave to be included in an exhibition she was organising in … the British Museum. So my work has been in the British Museum!! Temporarily anyway. As my friends said: kind of unusual to have something Made in Britain, and not looted from somewhere!

Other examples of my previous work for 2022 Choreodrome residency

– The Deathbed skiing video I submitted in my application, followed a pilot in The Showroom, with the movement there shown in some 2D digital art : https://carolinemawer.com/deathbed-skiing/ – Luscious Fruiting Forest of Dreams: the video here shows a later part of my Tara Arts performance: – with the pilot shown in 2D here: https://carolinemawer.com/4-ultimate-living/  …

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