Furtherfield Blog has been running since 2006 as a shared space for personal reflections on media art practice: making it, curating it, translating it.
This is a place for informal, day to day exchange between people; for intuitive exploration of how they work; to make connections and to learn, without any pressure to formulate complete ideas, theories or arguments, or to come up with answers. Bloggers explore their own perspectives on their own terms: personal thoughts, emotional responses and critical intentions that are rarely publicly discussed elsewhere in such detail. If you think your blogging belongs in this stream get in touch.
my artistic practice is almost entirely live performance, and most of that takes place online; it's ephemeral, fleeting, transient and notoriously difficult to document. usually i don't even have physical publicity material such as flyers or posters - it's all done digitally, and when it's done sometimes it's hard to believe that it happened, there are so few traces.