Oh my first visual memory! … I don’t know if it is my first visual memory , but I seem to remember one of my earliest visual memories, it was a painting, I thought that it was a painting at the time in my Grandma house, I called her Grandma but for all of us we call her mama, so in mamma’s house there was this painting. I just remember it. Sort of obsessed with it I suppose, I looked at I was always interested and years later I realised that it was not a painting it was actually a cheap sort of reproduction thing, one of those, well actually it became quiet a bit kitsch, quiet cliché accessible thing that you could buy at Woolworths the one she had was the crying boy with the guitar that famously use on the cover of beautiful south album, it was a hit album, she had a couple of them she had the crying boy, the green lady I feel to remember she had a girl with big eyes holding mandolin or something like that . I grow up with this image and when I was a teenager one before I thought I would like to go to art school which actually did, I have tried to painted but in my mind eye I thought it would be absolutely easy as I was so familiar with it . So I tried to painted and it was disastrous it didn’t look like it, it was horrible I only draw it but the drawings were horrible. So use to draw , scroll and draw again and scroll I never get it reproduced it mama has passed away now , I would like that painting but I didn’t get it but funny enough, unconditionally I think I was looking for it and I think I got it on a recycling centre, it is of cap thing peoples drop away without thinking about it when I discovered on the centre it was a real find for me I got it in my house and mean lots to me not my first visual memory but definitely one of the earliest ones.