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.
Blogs - a-n The Artists Information Company
Added Bright to my name as homage to my Dad who inspired my love of art.This blog is about my journey through the BA and now the MA. Looking back it’s interesting to see how I keep returning to swimming as a theme. But hopefully with greater depth of understanding each time.
A blog for a-n Professional Development Bursary 2016 activity which reflects on 2015’s Arts Council England Grants for the arts funded research and development award
2018 has already started to be a year of creativity and design. This has been spurred in part by my recent recovery from PTSD, using EMDR therapy. In the darkness I made myself a vow, to shine a light on what I do. So, my first commission heads to its new owner this afternoon.
The Mourning Stone Project began in February 2015 and is an exploration of a chalk Downland landscape in relation to loss.
Haecceity is a commissioned residency as part of the 2017 Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival. Over the coming months Tracy Hill will explore wetland locations around Warrington. Specifically Hill will be examining our human relationship with these post industrial spaces.
Just Another Exhibition Space
I’ve called this blog ‘I draw’ because my art-work is centred around Drawing. You can also find my wordpress blog at: https://royeastland.wordpress.com/ and my facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Roy-Eastland/1495390357351370?ref=hl and on twitter @royeastlanddraw (https://twitter.com/royeastlanddraw) and on Instagram. I am an artist from Margate.
Tales of the pretty much expected….and sometimes not
Documenting my practice as an emerging artist, while also juggling a full time job and my personal life. Account Executive by day, Artist by night.
A nostalgia for a time that never really existed in the first place.
From January to March 2018, I am resident at x-church in Gainsborough. Over this period I will work with members of the different communities of x-church to develop a body of work about what it means to be a resident in this part of Britain.
Approaching perfumery from a fine art context, this weekly blog describes how scent is a viable means of communication. New post every Monday.
A blog giving a behind the scenes look at Jamboree 2018, an artist-led gathering of 150 artists and curators
Woods to Where Else is a research project initiated by Stour Valley Creative Partnership to explore the ecological tension between nature and cultivation and to examine and question the identity of the woods as a purely natural and harmonious environment.
Having moved to the very tip of Cornwall I have come to understand the power exerted by the sea. West Penwith is surrounded by a vast timeless substance that is so much more than just a liquid pushed by tides. […]
This blog will document the development of my practice and my PhD thesis Traces and What’s Left: Constructing a Communicative Form as an Art Practice as research in the Music Department at the University of Aberdeen.
A Preview of the H_A_R_D_P_A_I_N_T_I_N_G exhibition at Phoenix Brighton.
An experiment in making and thinking about new work. A connection with the sea. A physical immersion.
Threads between words, music and a bundle of old clothes. (Occasionally, images posted here do not display correctly depending on your browser or devices, if this is the case, please try my website where these problems don’t seem […]
How does our community influence our art? And how can the arts impact a community? Some reflections from my involvement in Square Peg’s ‘Underlined’ community arts project, along with thoughts and events that provoke new ‘ways of seeing’
Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007
a blog for 2018 to record my thoughts and reflections in my continued enquiry into potential.
To celebrate the centenary years of Dada, this blog will share the work of dadaists and look at contemporary artists active engagements in politics and culture.
A blog about my research into using TLCs to make responsive glass installations