Good afternoon. We recently attended an intriguing lecture by Andrew Graham-Dixon part of 'The Great Minds' series at UOL. Part of the talk was directed towards the Gothic, which concluded in Â discussing the relevance of this genre in art, literature and film today and the influence of Victorian Gothic's encapsulation of politics, society and culture. Graham-Dixon's referrel to art as "visual thought," was perfect.
We have also been reading up on Modern French Surrealism and the birth of the Imagists.
Apologies for the unattended album #Wordoftheday #Phraseoftheday #Imageoftheday. Work from the print room is still drying, however I will divulge words and phrases from November 11th, 12th and 13th:
Phrase: Fixed in a Gauzy Aspic Azure
Phrase: Suckle on an Unattended Thigh
Phrase: I Digest a Bowl of Lukewarm Chowder (Before Collapsing into a Nest of Ripe Mantle and Muscle)
In an additional note L remembered the squid ink that has been in the deep freeze for a few months, probably time to put it to good use.