Stop, Look & Listen – No. 2

This week, we have a slightly more radical subject to consider. Francis Bacon’s triptych, Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion. I confess that for most of my life I have never really ‘got’ Bacon’s work. It was always just a little too angular and the use of colour pushed me back rather than drew me in – and not in the good way. However, some time … Continue reading Stop, Look & Listen – No. 2

Stop, Look & Listen – No. 1

For those of you familiar with Seditious Theology, you will know that one of the core aims of the site is to take a fresh look at expressions to be found within the arts. This ‘look’ is done secure in the knowledge that no poem, painting, song, lyric or piece of music carries just one sole obvious meaning as dictated by the originator. They are all capable of being interpreted anew and … Continue reading Stop, Look & Listen – No. 1