Posts Tagged: 10September1977

The acute above the é of the guillotiné

Cut / Slash / Chop / Slice / Shatter This Headline got me thinking. That accent above the É, I thought it was called a grave (which would have been fitting) but it is in-fact an acute accent (which is all the more

The acute above the é of the guillotiné

Cut / Slash / Chop / Slice / Shatter This Headline got me thinking. That accent above the É, I thought it was called a grave (which would have been fitting) but it is in-fact an acute accent (which is all the more

Hamida Djandoubi. Off with his head!

At 4:40am on 10 September 1977 Tunisian born Hamida Djandoubi was executed by guillotine at Baumettes Prison, Marseille, France. He was to be the last person to suffer the infamous fate as the french abolished capital punishment in 1981. Hamida

Hamida Djandoubi. Off with his head!

At 4:40am on 10 September 1977 Tunisian born Hamida Djandoubi was executed by guillotine at Baumettes Prison, Marseille, France. He was to be the last person to suffer the infamous fate as the french abolished capital punishment in 1981. Hamida

Apophenia exhibition

The Apophenia Exhibition On 14 August 2015 this work will be part of a group exhibition at Entrepôt gallery, Hobart. The work is a response to the exhibition’s theme; ‘Apophenia’ and acts as a summary of the larger project that this

Apophenia exhibition

The Apophenia Exhibition On 14 August 2015 this work will be part of a group exhibition at Entrepôt gallery, Hobart. The work is a response to the exhibition’s theme; ‘Apophenia’ and acts as a summary of the larger project that this

Iteration 4: 10 September 1977. Hamida Djandoubi

Wikipedia Synopsis: Hamida Djandoubi Hamida Djandoubi (Arabic: حميدة جندوبي‎) (c. 1949 – 10 September 1977) was the last person to be executed in France. He was a Tunisian immigrant who had been convicted of the torture and murder of 21-year-old

Iteration 4: 10 September 1977. Hamida Djandoubi

Wikipedia Synopsis: Hamida Djandoubi Hamida Djandoubi (Arabic: حميدة جندوبي‎) (c. 1949 – 10 September 1977) was the last person to be executed in France. He was a Tunisian immigrant who had been convicted of the torture and murder of 21-year-old

77 to 15

77 to 15 is an aleatoric archeology, and an art project for my 2nd semester BFA painting major. The whole project focuses on chance (or aleatory) finds and the arbitrary choices made from the results of those finds. The premise is

77 to 15

77 to 15 is an aleatoric archeology, and an art project for my 2nd semester BFA painting major. The whole project focuses on chance (or aleatory) finds and the arbitrary choices made from the results of those finds. The premise is