I don't often post about this step in my process but it's a necessary one: breaking down all of the tins to make flat, workable pieces. It's productive in a destructive way and I can get with that. This is where I cut myself the most. Trying to tie up all my loose ends so I can go south next week and relax my face off with my baby brother and his family. Wrapping up an order for the @thewarholmuseum and a few private commissions. #bestjobever#tincollage#handmade
Sir Basil Spence's Physics building (1963-67) at Exeter University sits at one of the highest points in the city. It can be seen from many places in the city & has views across Exeter to the Exe valley estuary at Exmouth & Dawlish. However up close it's hard to photograph as it sits high on a red brick plinth & is nestled in the beautiful botanical campus with tall trees.
Today's Venetian brute is the Brazilian Pavilion at Giardni for @labiennale This porch over the entrance travels through the heart of the pavilion & out over the rear door. It's a major feature of the otherwise regular architecture.
This is such a patchwork of textures & materials. Walkways, stairwells, sidewalk & bridges. The busy road affects the acoustics & vibration here making it a stimulating & potentially hostile place. Behind the scenes in Exeter.