When people tell you about their dreams it is entirely tedious, unless you feature in them in some way.
With this fact clearly in mind I shall now tell you about my dream last night. (It’s my blog and I’ll bore if I want to)
I just returned from the loo and seemed to have missed the first half of a lecture Martyn was giving the class in an abandoned warehouse. One very large wall had white paint dripping down it and Martyn standing close by with a shovel.
I asked Anna to fill me in. She didn’t seem to care very much about informing me. I deeply regretted missing out.
Martyn was teaching us how to paint telekinetically.
In an attempt to catch up, I concentrated very hard and as I parted my hands, the paint moved up and down the wall like magic.
Who knew Martyn was such a wizard?
FOZ’S SEMINAR FOR THIS WEEK:
What are you Mastering?
Suggestions to think about –
*colour,composition,material quality,-(breaking down the image) (colour yes, composition yes, I think, who can say really?)
*levels of content and focused research (uhm I guess not. My research is limited to mostly nonsense)
*understanding of appropriate contexts for your work (o idea what this means. Seriously, no clue.)
*sense of touch (my work is not furry or touchable in any way, so no)
*production value/craft skills (kaching kaching!)
*independent learning ability (fuck knows if I ever learn anything)
*observation (on occasion, but probably not mastering it no)
Are there other criteria you should be thinking about? (narrative?)