Monthly Archives: June 2016

Illuminated Contours

In lieu of the publication – which is still not ready – I created an exhibition ‘Companion’ which I’ve seen quite a few library visitors reading (by the way, the Library is closed this Saturday so the last opportunity to … Continue reading

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Maps & Words, Lost & Found

Is there a correlation? A month before the exhibition opening my mum finally lost the map of her house, even when stood in the kitchen surrounded by ‘white goods’ there is nothing there she recognises. I say “by the sink … Continue reading

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Modelling

I imagined handing over 2 sets of ‘data’ to a university department who would use some modern process (thermo-form blah) to create 2 models: one of Hutton’s contour lines of Schiehallion and another – same mountain – but current contours. … Continue reading

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Talk about Hutton

Without Professor Robin Johnson there would be no ‘centre piece’ map in the exhibition, Robin was able to enlighten and elucidate on the maths Charles Hutton used in inventing lines of equal altitude. As Nevil Maskelyne – the Astronomer Royal … Continue reading

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The Exhibition

The Exhibition opens tomorrow with Preview & meet the artist: 5.30 to 6.30pm (FYI Library closes at 7). The Lit & Phil, Newcastle, NE1 1SE Alongside 4ft map, models and drawings will be material held by the Lit & Phil pertaining to … Continue reading

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