Monthly Archives: January 2013

‘My darling child’

Happy Birthday Pride and Prejudice! Published 200 years ago today! You have been a part of my life since I first read you aged 14. Before my English class broke for the summer (the summer of 1994, a beauty) My … Continue reading

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“Trace a path that others can follow”

“Trace a path that others can follow” Continuing my review of the needle is always at hand tour last year… The Text & Textiles Conference run by The Material Texts department at Cambridge University, September 2012 This post has two … Continue reading

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“What you see, is what you see”

“What you see, is what you see” Jasper Johns The needle is always at hand on tour Last year I toured different versions of the needle is always at hand exhibition original made for Keats House in 2011, to the … Continue reading

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“My dear lady, I very much fear we have nothing under control”

I know I am hugely behind on my blog updates, I sit here looking a four neat little piles of papers ready to be written up, lets see if I can get it done over the next week… I’m going … Continue reading

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