Grainy phone-camera time
I don’t really use my phone enough – or rather I don’t use its fancy features enough. There’s a web browser, e-mail and a reasonable little digital camera – not bad for a two year old phone in fact.
This is us on Tuesday night, bashing out who’s doing what for our ‘zine, which will be published this week as the culmination of our six week live project. As you can see, the time change hasn’t helped our long days: we are always finishing in darkness now, emerging from the Arts Tower into the cold dark nights after lengthy days pulling pieces of work together.
The project finishes this week, and then next week we begin work on our main studio, which will carry us all through until next summer. BMM and I are heading north to Selby for our project, and I’ll doubtless have reason to tell you more about that as and when I know it. In what is looking like a Sheffield right of passage as well, we’re off to Venice the weekend after next. Happiness is a winter weekend break in Italy.