Using the one word 'repeat' in Microsoft Word, it was possible to alter its visual profile within this single package, as widely as the meaning of the word can be manipulated and stretched through prose, society and context.
1 Transitive Verb State from memory - recite, mimic; express, go through or experience again
2 Intransitive Verb accomplish something again - iterate, rehearse,reiterate, restate, more than once
3 Noun something repeated – repetition, duplication, iteration, replay, replication, copied
"While the nature of conflict changes throughout history, the cause is always the same - competition for food and resources". Christopher Coker, a contemporary military analyst argues "that man's ambition is to establish peace and to maintain it, therefor man must be prepared to go to war. This can only be achieved by having more military/technological power, skill and imagination than the opponent."
. . . and now you don't - Little Swift, Margate
Wired in the Blood - Birch Gallery, University of Kent, Tonbridge
. . . and now you don't
Little Swift, Margate
Curater Alex Walton.
Collaboration with Sophie Barnett on Wired in the Blood.
Barnett's practice tries to assimilate the similarities between European and Islamic cultures.