It never rains but it pours: another PARSE

Hot on the heels of issue # 10 on Migration going live, there is now also issue # 11 of PARSE Journal on ‘Intersections’. With an entirely different focus, this issue – not surprisingly edited by three women, Kristina Hagström-Ståhl, Jyoti Mistry and Jessica Hemmings – comprises a wide ranging set of contributions that relate toContinue reading “It never rains but it pours: another PARSE”

Niek Kemps, Big Eyes, Small Windows: Selected Writings

Having worked on a previous publication in relation to Niek Kemps’ work (the catalogue for his solo show at the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven in 1992), upon my move to London in 1996, I set out to translate his collected writings. This followed an installation of Niek’s work at Tramway in 1996, curated by CharlesContinue reading “Niek Kemps, Big Eyes, Small Windows: Selected Writings”

The wrong way round…

Some 17 years ago I made the UK my well-chosen home, and over time I started to translate texts for various clients. As my confidence and fluency in English improved, translating from Dutch into English became an irregularly recurring activity. An exception were two pieces for De Witte Raaf last summer. I was invited toContinue reading “The wrong way round…”