Running in the park with Kierkegaard

“that which is repeated has been, otherwise it could not be repeated; but precisely this, that it has been, makes repetition something new.” Søren Kierkegaard When I go for a run in the park I nearly always take the same route. It’s not that I’m a creature of habit in general, but with running I … Continue reading Running in the park with Kierkegaard

On Leonor Antunes’ new stained glass window at St Lukes, The Box Plymouth

One of the permanent public art commissions of the Box Museum opening in Plymouth, is a new stained-glass window for St Lukes Church, made by major Portuguese artist, Leonor Antunes. It sits in the east wall of the building, which has been converted into a contemporary gallery space, and the grand unveiling of the window … Continue reading On Leonor Antunes’ new stained glass window at St Lukes, The Box Plymouth

A Devil for the South West? On Antony Gormley’s LOOK II

For a while my morning routine involved walking down to the Hoe here in Plymouth, passing along the balustrades, and taking in the quiet atmosphere of a seafront at dawn. There is a beauty to the natural light, the sun just rising, which would often surprise me, as the light cast on the rocks of … Continue reading A Devil for the South West? On Antony Gormley’s LOOK II

The Scroll – a short film

During the coronavirus lockdown I was furloughed for about a month. One of the things I made during that time was this short film called The Scroll, with Camilla. https://youtu.be/20a5OyoL2x8 The Scroll | Directed by William Kemp and Camilla Bostock We entered it into the South West Filmathon Thing run by Devon and Cornwall Film, … Continue reading The Scroll – a short film

Humans are wasteful – it’s time we made the most of it

During lockdown many people turned to the home and the garden to make improvements. It’s hardly surprising - spend more time in the house, and you notice more things that need doing, you start coming up with ideas, and find home improvement tasks that can’t be put off by simply going out for the day. … Continue reading Humans are wasteful – it’s time we made the most of it

Review: O YAMA O at Aller Park Studios, Dartington

O Yama O is a genre-less music project created by Keiko Yamamoto, artist and cofounder of Cafe Oto in London, and Rie Nakajima, a Japanese installation and performance artist, who had her first major solo exhibition at IKON Gallery in Birmingham last year. I went along to experience it last night at Aller Park Studios, … Continue reading Review: O YAMA O at Aller Park Studios, Dartington

Review: Secluded Bronte live at Dartington’s Space studios

Anticipation built as the trio - Richard Thomas, Jonathan Bohman, Adam Bohman - sat talking each other through the programme on the steps outside the Space studios at Dartington. ‘Just remind me of the sound world of that one,’ said Richard, as if trying to recall the aroma and taste of a fine, rare wine. … Continue reading Review: Secluded Bronte live at Dartington’s Space studios