latest cube nearing the end, its still yet to be installed within its cube, however nothing is ever simple, and I still need to do a bit of tweeking as the walls are not as tightly knit together as I would like, the locks on the inside fell off tonight, and some lines are not straight, it photographs pretty well though.


Creating the cube...                                                                                                 to be continued

Kubik Installation in Berlin

Kubik Installation in Berlin


Loving this installation by rietveld landscape (ronald rietveld and erik rietveld) who have been invited by the netherlands architecture institute (NAI) 
to make a statement in the form of an installation about the potential of landscape architecture to contribute to 
resolving the major challenges facing society today.



imagine Beautiful drawing by eibatova karina


Project so far this is the model for the final larger piece. This cube measures 1.4m sq, the next cube will measure 2.4m sq.  

Polystyrene adventure

The end of the year is close, and my obsession of collecting and my Bricoler tendencies are starting to shine through.

In the present cont...

450 meters of christmas wrapping paper and lots of sticky tape later.

In the present

                                           materials: wrapping paper and cellotape

Originating from the northern hemisphere with many Christmases spent in Scotland. The festive season for me has always been cold, the days short, and the wrappings and decorations have invariably matched the outside veneer.

The work in this exhibition explores the Christmas phenomenon, as it emerges as the most promising candidate for the first global festival.

“In the present” considers Christmas in July. The name given to social events with a winter Christmas festival theme in the southern hemisphere,. Christmas in July highlights the dualities underlying the spirit of Christmas, and the resulting tensions between religious and secular, celebration and angst, and the relationship between Christmas and materialism.

It started with some glass jars

The Sketchbook Project: 2011