Cube & Mist


Half the time, the building the art is housed in is just as or if not more impressive to experience than the art. There is no better habit than associating yourself with good company and communication. It’s always good hanging with my good pal @Giloscope.

We hit up The White Cube to see what was going on and the colourful Vapour filled room at the Wellcome Collection (States of Mind exhibition)


Wellcome Collection (States of Mind exhibition)

White Cube

Cerith Wyn Evans “The Illuminating Gas” is one of the best installations I have seen in a long time. So much life, reflection and a soft concentrated sound to go along with it, its one heck of a space to stand in.

If we don’t change, we don’t grow. If we don’t grow, we are not really living. Keep it playful, keep it moving and learn or create at every opportunity.

Another time another day, wandering town and also of course checking out one of my favourite spaces, as they just updated it with Marc Quinn’s latest exhibition. It is what it is, but our perception can make things a lot more fun. Playing with perspectives and people watching, This Frozen Wave piece is stunning and a bunch of fun to look in to. 

The greatest education in the world is watching the masters at work. I have been lucky enough to experience first hand, by watching a good number of masters of there crafts do there magic. Those truly creating the work that communicates with us, is based through a selfless united goal of producing only their best by there personal craft.

Getting out and taking in as much inspiration is key to reflecting on your own work.

Till next time.