Thursday, 20 March 2014

notes on fieldnotes

i've put together a pocket sized [but quite fat] catalogue for 'fieldnotes', 
the exhibition currently showing in New Orleans
it weighs in at about 5200 words
no academic essays, just me telling stories about the work

you'll find it on Blurb


and thank you everyone who has sent pix for the student book
i will respond to you personally soon
meanwhile i have a bit of sorting to do!

24 comments:

  1. india you work day and night, the time are AUS time i think , rest also a little mrs. Flint , a great thank you , i will order from BLURB in Holland , i can see some pictures are from Scotland!!

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    1. I'm NoT a Mrs but I am very happy that you have ordered it....thank you

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    2. sorry , India , please give me a explanation when we meet !!!

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    3. The only explanation needed is that only married women are addressed as Mrs....

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  2. so pleased to see this out already - ordered! yes, I agree with Bodil, rest a little too ..... but sometimes you just have to get it off your chest and out of your head while it's there ... looks beautiful, am so looking forward to it.

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    1. Nike nicked their motto from Sagittarius...
      "just do it!"
      and besides, i have to head to Melbourne today to tell other stories tomorrow
      [plenty of time for sleep in the grave]

      thank you for buying it!

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  3. head... spinning.... dizzy....

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    1. Time for a lovely cup of tea, to quote my friend Judy across the ditch

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  4. India, I'm attending your Melbourne workshop this weekend and very much looking forward to it! I hope you don't mind that I linked you on my blog post about it... www.ahomefortandy.blogspot.com.au

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    1. I was delighted to get such a friendly mention!

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  5. Some of the flowers in the pic i haven't seen before. Thank you for them.........

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    1. i think it's eucalyptus newmanii
      either that or conferruminata

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  6. ordered it as soon as it came on my radar. yay! giv emarion my love--

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  7. See you in Melbourne! And I'll see Deborah there too and not only in the comments :)

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  8. Hi India,
    I tried to order the book from Blurb Germany - not available ....(yet?)

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    1. That's odd. I haven't put any limits on it? Will investigate when I am near a computer again

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  10. let's try this again . . . tis a lovely book that takes me into realms i would love to explore. thoroughly enjoyed reading the stories behind each evocative piece. stories make everything - even things that are already wonderful - better. don't ever stop.

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    1. It was lovely to wake up to this comment, thank you so much!

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  11. I tried again today - successfully! The book is on ist way...

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  12. Oh, wonder of wonders.... I have fieldnotes downloaded onto my Kindle and may wander in fields with it. hee, hee. I am a process oriented person more than a product one, and thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and steps on the journey as well as the completed works... makes it all that much richer.

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    1. i should have said
      happy fieldwandering....

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