‘nobody is dead until warm and dead’

https://www.wired.co.uk/article/cold-trauma-suspended-animation A great article written by Natalie Healey published on the wired.co.uk site, raises some interesting questions starting with the basis of the definition of death, through to possible roles for body cooling in the treatment of trauma particularly when trying to increase the odds of survival for patients who have bleed out half of [...]

‘Gore’ at the Joan, Penrith, Sydney

From the 2nd July until 30th July 2018, Gore will be located in the foyer of the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre  in Penrith, Sydney. Curated by Dr Anika Mostaert and Christine Ghali, Gore is the last of four exhibitions as part of the Art/Science series called Curious. Detail of Blood on Silk ; Bleeding Out [...]

New video of the viewing experience of three of the hallucinatory scenes in Blood on Silk: Bleeding Out


SMACC podcast – ‘There’s a hole in my bucket ‘ panel discussion

This is a great panel discussion about the treatment off site of a patient bleeding out (amongst other things) and getting them to site, to the hospital. Click on this link - https://www.smacc.net.au/2016/04/theres-a-hole-in-my-bucket-the-exsanguinating-patient/  

Article on Artshub looking at artists who make art using body fluids.

My work is included under the blood section after a whole lot of much more shocking materials like urine etc. Click this link to go to the article. http://visual.artshub.com.au/news-article/bits-and-blogs/visual-arts/visual-arts-writer/artists-who-turn-body-fluids-into-art-253684 photo credit Alex Wisser

New video of interaction of the audience with the artwork – Blood on Silk/Bleeding out

A short video ( 1 and a half minutes ) showing the interaction of the audience with the work Blood on Silk: Bleeding Out .   click here  to watch and then let me know what you think.

New Work – Bleeding out (internally) the book

This book, Bleeding Out (Internally) consists of two parts, A and B. The sizes of the two parts are slightly different so it is not obvious that they belong together.  Part A is a picture book intended to be touched, pages turned and held close by the reader. The images are representations of the sublime [...]