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Images of studio – 2007

I was cleaning out an old PC and came across these images of Jake in our studio. This studio no longer exists and the various pieces of equipment are spread across the UK.

Limited edition (real) CD

The 100 CD edition of The Sampler #05  featuring This Window and Finish the Story was originally released as an exhibition promo giveaway in September 2007. The discs are numbered and have the exhibition stamp.

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This Sampler - Finish The Story

WE HAVE A FEW LEFT IN STOCK IF YOU WOULD LIKE A COPY FOR £5.00 – CONTACT M4TR

The limited release of 100 CD’s of The Sampler #05 was originally released as an exhibition promo giveaway in September 2007. The discs are numbered and have the exhibition stamp.

REVIEW – FINISH THE STORY – THE SAMPLER #05

“…now their inclusion had been settled five Finish The Story tracks. ‘Playing At Life’ is even better with a mean throb, and more of his sublimely catchy, nagging guitar with Nicola’s unusually piercing vocals and a weirdly spooky synth. ‘Solace’ is more relaxed, actually far more towards the This Window style, being like ambient bellows, billowing………..and there’s an intriguing little slice called ‘Ripples In The Water’ at the end too. Read more…
 
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Naked Painting

There is no such thing as an artist – I am a painter, I create decorations for walls.

There you go the truth is out – I have never been a true artist. The naked truth is I have been and still am a liar. The pointlessness of producing art for decoration and pleasure is a perverted masturbation fantasy and process for the deluded mind. Art and its prettiness have no place in any intellectual society – it has no place in a capitalist society … Continue reading →

Peter Bright (aka This Window)

A painting of mine that is for sale La Belle et La Bête


Some days the words you need to discribe a product or service vanish out of your head. Where do these words go? No matter how hard you try to hunt for those keywords in the dark corners and half-hidden spaces of … Continue reading →

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(Commodity) art is created for and by the wealthy

There is no such thing as art – just commodity. You are either a commodity or a failure as an artist.

The pointlessness of producing art for decoration and pleasure is a perverted masturbation fantasy and process for the deluded mind. Art and its prettiness have no place in any intellectual society – it has no place in a capitalist society – it has no place

The only true pursuit for the creative processes is the creation of the commodity. There are no such things as art schools, public art and art galleries, they are simply empty vessels containing and perpetuating the (economic) elitist stranglehold on the common man’s freedom to think for himself.

The powerful use art to bludgeon the weak into submission by edifying their wealth with totems and monuments to their self glory.

Any person who calls themselves an artist should be ashamed of themselves – because they are a liar.

Peter Bright (aka This Window)

(Commodity) art is created for and by the wealthy.

Biography Contributions Exhibitions

Screen Print in – the ASWARA Gallery, Kuala Lumpur #printmaking

My Screen print was in the “Works on Paper” Exhibition at the ASWARA Gallery,  National Arts & Heritage Academy (ASWARA),  Kuala Lumpur,  MALAYSIA  -  February 1 – 29 2012

Screen print over ink wash

Peter Bright (aka This Window)

The goal of ink and wash painting is not simply to reproduce the appearance of the subject, but to capture its soul. To paint a horse, the ink wash painting artist must understand its temperament better than its muscles and bones. To paint a flower, there is no need to perfectly match its petals and colors, but it is essential to convey its liveliness and fragrance. East Asian ink wash painting may be regarded as an earliest form of expressionistic art that captures the unseen.

Ink wash painting. (2012, February 22). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 07:55, March 7, 2012, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ink_wash_painting&oldid=477731523