The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is currently showing an exhibition of the work of Paula Rego. I am hoping to go next week.
This was how Alex Bell began his Opinion Piece in The Courier of the 5th December 2019. Caledonian Antisyzygy may be a term that is not much heard but I … Continue reading ‘A dollop of Caledonian Antisyzygy’
In May of this year I visited an estate near Newport in Fife that had just been sold. I found the faux-Tudor-Italianate House to be dilapidated, and to my eyes, … Continue reading “Sold to one of Scotland’s wealthiest women”
The ‘Lecture in Progress’ sign that features in this film was only illuminated whilst we, as medical students, waited outside the Anatomy Department of Marischal College, Aberdeen. Musical credits: … Continue reading Lecture in progress
I have just read ‘The Wall’ – a novel by John Lanchester. As a warning of a dystopian future it is most unsettling.
This is my latest short film:
This film begins with the voice of Antony Gormley. The music track is ‘Fortune’ by Wye Oak [I do not have copyright] This film is dedicated to Lesley Winton
Low winter sunlight casts tree shadows onto the gable of our house.
This short film is almost ten years old [the text for it is provided below]: All the responses to my films have been different and this is to be celebrated. … Continue reading Responses
the quantitative could not fully capture the qualitative?
In the centre of Scotland, major motorway improvements to the M8, M73 and M74 have recently been completed. As a result, a lowland glen, and the historic estate once known … Continue reading Douglas Support
In the current BMJ, Peter Brennan explains ‘why . . . I garden’.