In this post I am going to examine ideas, questions and observations about my own practice in relation to work by Francis Upritchard, Matthew Craven, Hieronymus Bosch and Graham Hancock.

All these people have a common interest in the anthropological study of our history and the future of the human race. Some treat this subject in a visual manner while others take a  philosophical approach in their writing and verbal discourse. At the base of it all lies many vivid imaginations questioning the reality we live in, have lived in or are about to live in. Continue reading