In the lead up to my exhibition I did some writing. Some went into various print media, destined for Europe (The Art of Watercolour – French and English Versions), or Australia (The Australian Artist). Some was destined to wrap up last night’s fish and chips (the Northen Rivers Echo). But in this digital age one article never got to see ink. The digital magazine “Verandah” is published in Bangalow, but it lives in the world-wide-web. You can read about it here while it continues to exist in some parallel universe without the smell of either salt nor vinegar nor the sound of offset printing machines thundering out the words. I wonder if in that space can anyone hear you scream, and I wonder how that feels.
This was the title for a lecture I gave when I was artist-in-residence at the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery in 2010. An essay with pictures, it