The Kick-About #47 ‘Marriage’

Some views on combinations and recombinations.

Red's Kingdom


Our last Kick-About, inspired by the writings of Gaston Bachelard, encouraged us to examine our domestic spaces and think about the physical and emotional parameters of home. Now, with John Stezaker’s uneasy marriage between photographic fragments as our starting pointing, we’re exploring issues of identity, affinity and discord.


James Randall

“Life can be scary – survival of the fittest – relationships can bring together different strengths, and if nothing more, give you the courage to bungle on. My image is simple – a river pushing dangerous detritus along – life. I was wanting to have an overlay of two figures swirling about and holding hands but it was too naive looking, and too complicated with the background, so I struggled to find an alternative representation. The lines represent two different shades of people (a couple – sorry such a vanilla representation of marriage) and their individual positive qualities merging…

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10 responses to “The Kick-About #47 ‘Marriage’”

  1. philgomm says :

    Cheers Kerfe! 😀

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  2. D. Avery @shiftnshake says :

    That worked out very nicely, marrying Van Gogh with the other artists. Very cool!

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  3. robertawrites235681907 says :

    Hi Kerfe, I really liked your pieces, especially the one with the woman alone in the room and the round window to a man outside.

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  4. D. Wallace Peach says :

    I loved what you did here, Kerfe. The images you created were fascinating, and I agree – the experiment worked well. 🙂

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  5. Bela Johnson says :

    Interesting. ❤️

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