- 1 (Mis)adventures In Postmodernism
- 2 Blind Faith Revisited
- 3 **Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood Japan Tour, 2011
- 4 I Put A Spell On You - Nina Simone
- 5 "On The Beach": The film (1959)
- 6 All Other Things Being Equal
- 7 The A-Value Essays
- 8 Lost in the Post for 56 Years -- A Letter from 'Napoleon'
- 9 Green Glass Eyes - 1997
- 10 Soutine Project - 2005 - 07
- 11 "White Nights", and Film
One year on, persons involved in the archive have asked that more background be provided, and its relationship to Postmodernism.
Thoughts about the 1969 British rock band.
Review of a wet night's concert at the Budokaikan, Tokyo, Tuesday Dec. 6th, 2011.
Some thoughts on the dimensions to Nina Simone's 1964/65 recording.
"On The Beach" - an early postmodernist masterpiece? A discussion of the 1959 film, directed by Stanley Kramer and starred Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Fred Astaire, and Anthony Perkins. This was adapted from the 1957 novel of the same title by Nevil Shute. Many of the scenes were filmed in and around Melbourne, where the novel is set.
Making photography work for oneself.
Discussions on art in essay form from the A-Value group exhibitions. From 1991 - 1999.
A discussion of the 1927 Able Gance film 'Napoleon'.
A discussion concerning the "Band Painting" series of work, first exhibited at Galerie Voyant, Shizuoka, 1997.
Chaim Soutine is today regarded as one of the major painters of the mid-Twentieth Century. This project was planned by Mr. Ken Groger, of the Humanities Department, Shizuoka University, and researched by the author. The objective was to investigate the early life of the painter Chaim Soutine while, at the same time, looking into the Jewish diaspora from the Baltic states. This turned into a personal mission for Mr. Groger, as his parents, from both sides, emigrated to the U.S.A. from the region, as well as having Soutine as a grand-uncle (his father's mother's brother). We visited the Baltics in August, 2005, to document this research, with Mr. Groger returning in 2007, to do further interviews.
A brief discussion/introduction to Fyodor Dostoevsky's novella "White Nights" and its relationship to film, including; "Le Notti Bianche", "L'Annee Derniere a Marienbad", "Le Mepris", "Blow Up", "Anthony Zimmer", and "The Tourist" - May, 2011.