You may have noticed a change around here. On the other hand I suppose you may have never been here before, in which case welcome along, but the big change to the blog today is the name.
Yes, that’s right, I’ve finally realised that no one except me and old people in Vatican City with big beards understands Latin anymore, so it was out with “Ex virborum auditorum” and in with “This is Entertainment”. I thought I’d opt for a name which reflected a little more the content of the page, something which I hope to build up on in future.
Also there’s a snazzy banner at the top (comments?), which I knocked up on trusty Photoshop Elements (6.0, none of this archaic 4.0 University nonsense) so hopefully it gives things a little more cohesion, I suppose only time will tell.
The name of the post, for those who are interested, is from an artistic work I saw (above) in the Tate Modern in London a few years ago by Louise Bourgeois, which consisted of three large metal towers called “I Do”, “I Undo” and “I Redo”.
I just the symbolism reflected here quite nicely, I hope you’ll read on…