Posts Tagged ‘UK’

A letter to all you the house of o’dwyer patrons x

June 13, 2017


I was enjoying the deluge here in London, but it did go on far for too long!




Drawing and painting




+ Editing novel and writing lyrics

Crouch down

bent double

over the counter

blunt force trauma

fill the empty interior

shut me up,

shut me down

manage the beast

stop the hysteria,

work for the tongue

roughly speaking

worship and adore

under the weather,

Come in my eye

post traumatic stress disorder

Let me go

out patient

I can suck at it myself

taste the meat

feel the heat…


Organising next Dalston Ballet show




Still vegan: Chocolate Tart perfected. Next Tiffin.




Doing air bnb




Loved Alien Covenant




… and in love with this tile




Still decorating the new house




and off to venice with Ariella and Qila.




AND rejections. But we don’t talk about that!

p.s. Couldn’t vote






Writing retreat, Xmas celebration, performance making, Xmas celebration with fam & a lowly cattle shed!

December 29, 2016


Writing and reading



Just got back from my lowly cattle shed where I stay each christmas

on the Broxted estate in Suffolk, just outside Woodbridge,

with my extended family.



The fairies on the xmas tree oversee present opening and feasting.

Soon it will be Xmas dinner.

I must confess, it was not very Vegan!

My painting Goddess hides behind the xmas tree.







video / moving image art and performance – compilation of artists from July Edition of At home with the Ludskis at the Rio Cinema…

October 3, 2013

including my film ‘When i got back to London (part 13)… and … Yoko Ono, Doug Aitken, Pipilotti Rist, Ryoji Ikeda, William Wegman, Cory Arcangel, Richard Mosse, Stefan Hoderlein, Meg Mosley, Raga Woods, Moreno Solinas, Kei Ishikawa, house of o’dwyer, Makkio Watanabe, Aymeric Ayral, Eleanor Clare, Marcus Davidson, Wam Kam, Maddy Cullen, Sharon Bowen, Alexander Anzemberger, Eva-Marie Elg, Shali Lu, and Sue Frumin.

CURATED by Granny Ludski.

The next edition is on the 9th of November at the Rio Cinema: ROMANTIC MALADY.

Hope you can make it along.

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