Hi, long time no see. I’ve been away in Singapore (more of that another time) and of course came down with the dreaded lurgy only days after returning home. So I am slowly catching up as my recovery allows.
One thing I have been looking forward to showing you is what I got up to on my return flight from Singapore to Oz. Not particularly long-haul as flights go, but with enough time to want to fill it in with something. Thankfully I remembered Nina Katchadourian’s wonderful work ‘Seat Assignment’, where she uses any means possible to create art while travelling by plane.
Checking my resources I discovered I had plenty of printed material, airline magazines, a freebie copy of Readers Digest Asian edition and thankfully a glue stick in the pocket of my day pack. No scissors of course. But I did have some inspiration – a set of room notes from the Ancient Religions room of the Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore.
So here it is:
These are brilliant! If the inflight magazines looked like these, I might bring myself to read them!
Have just followed the link to seat assignment – the ‘top drs of america’ is hilarious!
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Thank you so much. I did enjoy myself tremendously.
Yes, you can certainly spend ages looking at Nina’s site. I found her work through the Flemish Headress series.