Solo Expedition #4

About two weeks ago, I decided to try out some glass painting with tracing black. This was after a fellow artist suggested that I might enjoy the process as it was similar to pushing around dust particles (which I am used to with charcoal on paper). The process turned out to be quite similar toContinue reading “Solo Expedition #4”

Reading from Michel Foucault, Discipline & Punish: The Birth of the Prison (1975), Panopticism translated from the French by Alan Sheridan in 1977 at Cork City Gaol 13th February 2018

Foucault begins with a description of the measures needed to be taken against the plague in the seventeenth century such as, partitioning of space and closing off houses and constant inspection. Extreme order was required to control the spread of disease. All modern mechanisms for controlling abnormal individuals derive from these as Foucault examines aContinue reading “Reading from Michel Foucault, Discipline & Punish: The Birth of the Prison (1975), Panopticism translated from the French by Alan Sheridan in 1977 at Cork City Gaol 13th February 2018”