(Sally McKay is on blog-sabbatical, writing her PhD.)
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While I wait for people to send me requested jpegs (and because there is nothing but peace on earth, I can't write about a war somewhere) let me divert you with a bunch of strange (British) looking pop stars from the 60's
Petula Clark - I Know A Place
Cilla Black - It's For You
Lulu - The boat That I Row
Dusty Springfield - I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself
Quantal Strife at Open Space in Victoria, BC
Scott Carruthers, Crystal Mowry, Marc Ngui
January 26 - March 6, 2008
Opening Friday, January 25th, 8 pm
510 Fort Street, 2nd floor
Time to post this while I have mysterious lighting on my mind (see Sally's post below)...
Exciting news in art supplies:
"U.S. researchers said on Tuesday that they have made the darkest material on Earth, a substance so black that it absorbs more than 99.9 per cent of light.
Made from tiny tubes of carbon standing on end, this material is almost 30 times darker than a carbon substance used by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology as the current benchmark of blackness.
And the material is close to the long-sought ideal black, which could absorb all colours of light and reflect none.
The meerkat's Xmas.