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Translating the Invisible Wind

by Geoff Hall on April 29, 2016

April, 2016. 4 years ago ‘Translating the Invisible Wind’ was published by Chris Lorensson’s Upptacka Press.   Translating is probably the most mystical book in the series, affirming that art is a spiritual discipline with a task, an end game (…)

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The Wilderness and the Desert of the Real

by Geoff Hall on March 30, 2016

February 2016 – The Wilderness and the Desert of the Real Five years ago this month, ‘The Wilderness and the Desert of the Real’ was launched at Cafe Kino in Bristol. You can still find it here as a PDF. (…)

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The Group – Monthly Letter

by Geoff Hall on February 28, 2014

February 2014 – Seeking Justice         Hi, This is a speculative, ‘what if?’ kind of letter. I just wanted to ask this question about our focus as artists. So, here goes! The ‘what if’ is “What if (…)

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The Group Monthly Letter – December 2012

by Geoff Hall on December 31, 2012

December, 2012.  Times and Seasons   Hi, Well, Happy New Year to everyone. I trust it will bring a greater realisation of our gifts.   At this time of year we are meant to look back and reflect upon our (…)

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The Group Letter – July 2011:

by Geoff Hall on July 30, 2011

July, 2011. Oslo and the Artist’s Responsibility   Dear Arts Mentoring Group, The events which unfolded this month in Oslo should cause serious reflection from us as artists; stirring thoughts about our identity and purpose in this democratic and free (…)

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Art is a Spiritual Discipline

by Geoff Hall on August 6, 2010

An opening parenthesis:Before we define the ‘art of perception’ and bring to a close ‘Translating the Invisible Wind’, we should stop to think about the nature of art and the artist.  For if as artists we don’t know who we (…)

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