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Threads

Threads between words, music and a bundle of old clothes.

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Postgraduate?

Following my progress during MA studies at Edinburgh College of Art, this blog originally documented my first year after graduation, and my attempts to create a sustainable practice. It shows the activities I have been involved with in making this […]

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Reciprocity

An artist-initiated research project investigating ideas of gift, generosity and exchange, exploring what they mean in art and in life

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For when all that was read... so as not to be unknown
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Practice as research

This blog documents my progression through academia as a visual artist. I am currently undertaking a Practice-led PhD in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds. The focus of my research […]

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art at the park

whats it like to be an artist working with the over 60′s, creating an sustainable arts community at the pavilion cafe in Didsbury park Manchester?

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The Artistic Urge from Prehistory to the Present.

My Fine Art degree project is based predominantly on cave paintings and carvings. I am painting on large canvases, using oil and acrylic paint as well as oil sticks and pastels. The work is spontaneous and bodily movements are important. […]

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getting inside sound

A New Collaborations Bursary Blog between Claire Docherty (Composer) & Jane Pitt (Artist) documenting their 3 day collaborative ‘soundlab’ and the stuff that’s still resounding from it..

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Re: What we talked about

In this blog I hope to sort through some ideas, discuss some processes and engage in a dialogue with you about art, so feel free to comment.

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A Barefoot Residency..

A space to map an experimental six month residency in a church..an exploration into listening, relocation and slippage..to slip through the door, to slip through a crack, to slip through one’s fingers, to slip off one’s shoes..

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Permanent research, ‘The source of resilience’

‘Welcome! Drawing your attention: to spatial metaphor and mythopoeic laboratory’ I am here to reflectively ponder about my current research  project where I use myth and permaculture to explore the many facets of Sustainability and the nature/culture dichotomy. I will […]

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Graduate Residency at Airspace Gallery

This blog will document my current residency at Airspace Gallery in Stoke-On-Trent.
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Bank Street Arts Residency

Follow the progress of my residency with Bank Street Arts, Sheffield. The residency will see the development of participatory cross-stitch project, as well as a large scale cross-stitch piece by the artist.

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Balancing Act

Everyday artist concerns – the fun, the struggles, the successes and the failures, the best bits and the worst as well as the just plain mediocre. From exhibitions viewed, books read, experiments, exhibitions, discussions, it will all be here.

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Restart

A log of continuing professional development

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Family therapy

With support from a-n i have started a new collaboration with Reenee Singh, a family psychotherapist. The aim is to develop an exchange between us which will inform the creative film process in my research for an artist’s film on […]

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My grandmother's handbag.
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Barcelona in a Bag

An exploration of the second generation post memory experience of exile following the Spanish Civil War through object art, performance and installations. I blog about my research, the process and the finished pieces as they emerge.

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Yesterday,Today,Tomorrow
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One Hundred Years of Industrialised Warfare

I’m horrified by the persistence of violent conflict involving civilians all over the world. Ours is such a small world, and it is being destroyed. Towns and cities reduced to rubble in Syria, middle-class civilians in Kiev making ‘napalm’ bombs, […]

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