Do come along to the exhibition, here are the details
Delighted to be selected for Shutterhub’s exhibition, which will be run in conjunction with the event Marchland. The BORDERS exhibition will be displayed in the Bridewell Theatre Bar Gallery, London from Monday 15 January – Monday 16 April 2018. I will post the flyer when I get it. They selected my photo- life/death1 My Father’s land. Here … More Selected for ShutterHub exhibition-Borders
Its just been confirmed that the funding has been awarded to Fertility Fest for next year. Well done to Jessica Hepburn! This means that I will definitely be doing a workshop with The National Theatre – week commencing 26th February 2018, and also a talk in London about my work on May 12th 2018, for … More More good news regarding my artworks
LIP 29th ANNUAL EXHIBITION THE OLD TRUMAN BREWERY Unit 11, Dray Walk, London E1 6QL Located at street level, off of Brick Lane (MAP) Open Wed-Sun 11am-6pm; Mon 11am-5pm; Tue 11am-3pm 6-12 December 2017 I have one photo in this exhibition. From my project- “My Father’s land”
Song, “Mary, help us for all time” Posting in honour of my Dad. Died on May 11th, 2017 Mary pomagaj nam sleherni čas, is according to Dad, the song they sang at his brothers funeral, during the war. It also happens to be the song they used to sing when they were refugees in Austria and what … More Marija pomagaj nam sleherni čas (Mary help us for all time)
I have included a link about an article about good and evil. It talks about empathy and psychopathy but also how ordinary people do evil things and how empathy isn’t enough, as some people turn away to protect themselves. It relates to both my project about my father and also my project about childlessness. It … More What Science Tells Us About Good and Evil – www.nationalgeographic.com
The first of my photos about my father’s story. This is an experiment and may not be the finished photo, but it’s a start at trying to show what happened. I was lucky to get hold of some of Dad’s diaries, written when he was sixteen and with a death sentence on the whole … More “Go ahead and shoot the devil”
I was recently back in Slovenia, doing more research about the war and trying to start some photography. We used to come here regularly as a family when we were young and when it was Communist Yugoslavia. My father used to stay behind in Austria. I’ve tried to learn Slovenian a few times and have … More A strange kind of tourist.
Looking at the video, I can’t help wonder if I’m being cruel to show the files to him. Although he did want to see them. Hopefully, it will be better next week when we go over his diaries.
How I wish I could understand Slovenian to read my father’s diaries and police files! I’m learning but it’s going to take some years. In the meantime, I will have to use a translator. It may be quite a job, as my father used a mixture of languages, mostly Slovenian, including very old words not … More My father’s State Police files and diaries written during the war at age 16.