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Signapse studio blog - immersive, joined up art experiences

Doug Selway - a visual artist working with drawing, painting and animation to create immersive multichannel art experiences. This studio blog gives you access to his sketchbooks,  journal and working methods that include techniques like sculpting, propmaking, box installations as well as oil paint and charcoal.

Signapse studio blog - immersive, joined up art experiences

Doug Selway - a visual artist working with drawing, painting and animation to create immersive multichannel art experiences. This studio blog gives you access to his sketchbooks,  journal and working methods and techniques like sculpting, propmaking, box installations as well as oil paint and charcoal.

 

Such Stuff at the Minories : show open 21 October - Monday 5 December 2011..

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The show has just started so we thought it might be a good time to share some links in case you are unable to make it to the live event tonight. You are also invited to the closing event on 5 December, which is called "Everything must go".

You can see the web version of the film through this link :Such Stuff : a requiem for all that redundant media and all those forgotten messages. 

We worked hard on the sound, and there is a projection copy available where you will get the full version, rather than the phone or laptop experience.

We will also put up some stills from the show in my blog, and will be tweeting.

There is a special set of 8 catalogue cards. You can buy signed versions of these at either of the events on 21 October or 5 December, or by getting in touch with me through the site. I think of them as a breadcrumb trail you could  follow in whatever direction you like and in whatever order you choose.

This show was challenging and exciting to make, most of it well outside my comfort zone.  If I hadn't had the middle bit working on the large charcoal drawings I could have easily lost my bottle. That seems to be the trick for me, to have enough new stuff to keep me on my toes, and enough familiar stuff to stop me hiding under the duvet. Making this show felt like hitting a bend too fast on the motorcycle. You can't brake. You mustn't wobble. Just lean over a bit more and hang on.