Dwelling in the Implicate Order

Dwelling in the Implicate Order

Recent academic reading has led me to the work of David Bohm (1917-1992), a theoretical physicist, and in particular his book Wholeness and the Implicate Order (1983).  My interest is that in my PhD thesis, I refer to local and non-local Being, the former a singular...
Among Trees – Formative Practice and Research

Among Trees – Formative Practice and Research

“Trees which move some to tears of joy, are in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way . . . in the eyes of a person of imagination, nature is imagination itself . . .”                                   (Letter from William Blake to the Reverend...
Damascene Moments in my Practice-Led Research

Damascene Moments in my Practice-Led Research

In my PhD thesis, I refer to a visual heuristic The Recursive Loop – A Practice-Led Research Model, created by me. With practice embedded in the centre of my research and the model above, several intersecting recursive loops represent insights discovered in practice...
What is it Like to be a Bat?

What is it Like to be a Bat?

In this post, I continue my thinking about how to present my research in book form by considering the work of Thomas Nagel and how his thinking relates to my practice. Over the last three years, my photographic practice has focused on catching a glimpse of the Being...
Traces of Harman

Traces of Harman

In the context of beginning the process of writing a book based on my practice-led research for PhD, I have been reflecting on how my philosophical turn away from phenomenology at the end of my MA and towards Graham Harman’s Object-Oriented Ontology (2018) has...
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