Art Pete Pete Ashton is (becoming) an artist

Archive for February, 2011
Monitor conundrums

Now I’ve got a template figured out for the May Library exhibition, it’s time to work on the practicalities. If I want 200-odd screens each showing a different animation, how exactly is that going to work? A brief investigation tells me “not that easily.” The issue is each monitor (and we’re going with computer monitors [...]

Library exhib plans coalescing into a big blob

The exhibition I’m doing at Birmingham’s Central Library in May with Claire Farrell has been 100% confirmed as 100% happening. All we have to do now is do it. The original plan of hanging up some prints has been dropped in favour of something much more interesting. Claire saw some of the animations I’ve been [...]


Thanks to eagle eyed Catherine O’Flynn fans for noticing a couple of my photos in the background of her interview on Channel 4′s TV Book Club. Her interview is on 4OD. Scroll the bar to the halfway point. And if you’re somehow not aware of Catherine and her work, please become aware. She’s dead good.


Art-Pete is the blog of Pete Ashton when he's thinking about art. It primarily contains photos and videos of work he's completed in this quest. The majority of his writing occurs on his main blog.

Through 2010 this blog was the home of TTV Pete where I talked about and sold my Through The Viewfinder photos. That stuff is still in the archives but I've moved on. Through 2011 this blog was a little confused but I think I've figured it out now.