With Dad, Spotswood
13.3.16, start of autumn
Materials: 2B pencil, markers
At: The Art Room, Footscray (highly recommended!)
12.3.16, two weeks until Italy
Materials: conte on newsprint
With Dad, Caulfield Park
6.3.16: Day after I bought an apartment
Materials: Blue colour pencil, 2B pencil, markers
Me: So…are you working on anything new at the moment?
Studio mate: …Oh nothing much!
(bustles about in drawers)
…I just need to sort out the insects…
(produces bulging bag of insect husks, casings and wings)
…and then of course there’s the electronics.
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