Posts Tagged ‘Christine Hill’

…of opportunity and fruition.

Home from Berlin

Berlin is amazing. I wish we had been able to visit for longer, but it was very exciting to get a couple of nights there and – natürlich – it was wonderful to see Christine Hill and inspiring to see her work – DIY Bauhaus – included in the Bauhaus Modell exhibition in the Martin […]

Christine Hill and Volksboutique

In 2002 when I was studying for my BA at Dun Laoghaire in Ireland we took a field trip to Liverpool to visit the Biennial. There was much to see at the Biennial but the work that made the greatest impression on me was Christine Hill’s Volksboutique Accounting Archive which was installed in the Pleasant […]

Tea Spoon

Recently I acquired a very beautiful knitted spoon by one Suzanne Stallard of Reading. The museum archive box in which the spoon is housed instantly appealed to my archival tendencies. Somehow a relative of the plain brown tags employed by myself and Mundane Appreciation in the development of our respective sound and Mundane museums, this […]

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