This blog follows French & Mottershead’s work with Forensic Anthropologist Dr. Carolyn Rando, who will be advising us during the development of new work Afterlife … a series of audio monologues reflecting on death and human decomposition. Information about our […]
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This blog will document and reflect on my a-n New Collaborations bursary projects, planned for the period June-October 2014. I’m collaborating with a voice/singing teacher, Lucy Legg, and an artist who specialises in video and projections, Lynn Dennison.
‘Welcome! Drawing your attention: to spatial metaphor and mythopoeic laboratory’ I am here to reflectively ponder about my current research project exploring sustainability via myth and permaculture, nature/culture dichotomy. I will use this platform as a means to store and […]
a-n New Collaborations Bursary Award Collaboration, experimentation, trial and error (with salt)
Rubbish, garbage, debris, junk, leftovers, litter, refuse, scrap, crap, shit, trash, waste, ruins, remains, rejects, discards, shreds, dirt, detritus… Practice based research into contemporary rubbish in art practice and news from the Museum of Contemporary Rubbish.
From design and plan of the building, to moving in, setting up and getting down to ‘making’, this blog explores my journey towards a studio of my own.
As an artist I have worked with narrative in various ways my whole life. I just want to hold the idea of narrative art up to the light a bit by having conversations with artists who love stories.
A log of continuing professional development
Having being offered a place on the MA Art Psychotherapy course at Roehampton University I decided that I wanted to document how my involvement on this study programme might inform new ways of thinking about myself and thus lead to […]
a potted history of what is (or was) current
I’m finding that making a film is rather a complicated thing. Actually, it’s nowhere near the actual making of the film yet; it’s the, ‘getting the story out of my head into some kind of readable format thing.’ The toughest […]
The local golf course has been sold. It is an area of land in transition and I am watching what happens there.
The Pointeso Art Scene brings you all the latest news from the Sporting City progressive contemporary creative suburb.
An ending of sorts? Yesterday I met with fellow students to take down the Degree Show. As discussed opportunities, residencies and open exhibitions I realised that, after six years of part time study, this is an ending.
Capernwray is an incredibly fun site to dive at. I can remember my first time in there. I completely forgot I was meant to be paying attention to the instructor, instead gawking at the trout all around me. It felt […]
For the last year I have been working as a healthcare assistant at hospital, but due to a number of reasons I have become very unhappy working in that job, to the point that I was always miserable. So I quit my day job and am now on the journey back into self employment.
this time it’s serious……
Portraits of trees etched onto paper made from their own leaves. An exciting collaboration between two printmakers.
Am I an artist who writes or a writer who makes art? Are these hybrids even possible? Should I even have a blog here? I was hoping you might tell me…
Investigating aspects of being continuously assessed and the fascination of question-testing ourselves this blog forms part of my project and show Test taking: every, never, none. I am looking with humour at questions, responses and instructions associated with tests. […]
In June I decided to take my art practice back to a studio environment. This blog explores my studio and how it effects my work.
Projects unedited blog by Stuart Mayes
Threads between words, music and a bundle of old clothes.
Notes on work, working, making work, and all the stuff that goes into being an artist
So this blog, is just that – my work, reasons behind it and what happens to it…………. while trying to balance it all with having a full time job………..