Monday, 10 December 2012
Monday, 4 June 2012
Selection from 10 paper collages commissioned by Soanyway for issue 16, the first issue to go to print, provided as a supplementary insert to Corridor8 issue 3 part 3. Corridor8 issue 3 to be launched June 28 at The Bluecoat, Liverpool.
From Soanyway website:
Soanyway is a magazine project initiated by Derek Horton and Lisa Stansbie.
Soanyway is a repository for words, pictures and sound that tell stories.
We interpret the idea of a ‘story’ very openly, in relation to fact and fiction, narration or implication, and structure or a lack of it. And we regard most history, theory and critique as stories about stories.
“There's a thousand sides to everything - not just heroes and villains. So anyway, ... so anyway, ... so anyway…“Soanyway” ought to be one word. Like a place or a river… Soanyway River.”
Corridor8 is an annual international journal of contemporary visual arts and writing based in the north of England published by Michael Butterworth.
Wednesday, 14 March 2012
Saturday, 11 February 2012
Thursday, 17 November 2011
Paper collage illustration to be published in the forthcoming four-part third issue of Corridor8 magazine, the first part entitled Space Frontiers. The first part will be launched at the Star and Shadow Cinema in Newcastle on the 8th December.
GHOSTS A Tribute to Albert Ayler - Paul Hession & Leon Johnson, Eoin Shea & Derek Horton; October 7 2011; Holy Trinity Church, Leeds, UK
Documentation of GHOSTS A Tribute to Albert Ayler, the first performance of a collaborative project between Paul Hession (drums), Leon Johnson (sax), Eoin Shea (video) and Derek Horton (video). Typography used in videos designed by Andrew Wilson Lambeth and New York location footage shot by Les Joynes. Full video documentation to follow.
Wednesday, 7 September 2011
Friday, 22 July 2011
Excerpts from the now out of print four part DVD-R collaboration between Eoin Shea and Michael Flower (Vibracathedral Orchestra, Flower Corsano Duo etc).
45 minutes of manual and digital alterations to the found home movies of some anonymous English family.