a blog for 2018 to record my thoughts and reflections in my continued enquiry into potential.
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Just Another Exhibition Space
A nostalgia for a time that never really existed in the first place.
How on earth to continue a practice with no income??? Dealing with financial abuse and neglect.
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’
New Blog – From West Midlands Based Artist Bec Broomhall
If one year equals 7 dog years; Me and Cosmo embarked on our middle age together, and I looked to him for inspiration for a new body of work!
Approaching perfumery from a fine art context, this weekly blog describes how scent is a viable means of communication. New post every Monday.
My first blog ‘Keeping It Together’ came to a natural end when I moved in to my studio. ‘Keeping It Going’ picks up where that left off. Will I be able to maintain a blog at the same time as […]
A blog about art practice and practicalities, from an artist with an interest in making her own paints from pigments chosen both for their aesthetic qualities and their role in the history of art and trade
This blog shares my experiences as the inaugural Artist in Residence at Tower Bridge throughout 2017. As the residency ends, I reflect upon the year long development of my multidisciplinary practice.
Threads between words, music and a bundle of old clothes… … and the ongoing exploration of drawing… (Occasionally, images posted here do not display correctly depending on your browser or devices, if this is the case, please try […]
A blog in which I attempt to chart progress in 2018.
During my residency I’ll be working on the planning and development of The Great River Run, an endurance running and live performance artwork that will follow the trajectory of the river Thames from its source to the mouth of the sea, a distance of around 220 miles.
Recently I’ve been exploring making domestic objects useless as their intended purpose. I’ve had lots of fun with the project so far and I still have more work to come, but this has been a new way of working for […]
Presented at the ‘What Is? Collective’ event, Heads Up Festival, Hull, March 2018.
Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007
Time to start a new blog, I think. Returning to studying for my BA was wonderful even though it felt unfinished, so the MA was the logical follow-up. But now I feel it’s just up to me to push my practice into the unknown using the learning experience as a catalyst.
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.
This Professional Development Bursary was to pay for mentoring from curators to help me develop and contextualise my practice within current curatorial thinking. Aiming to examine and reflect on my work and make future plans for directions and potential outcomes.
A collaborative contemporary art project offering disadvantaged, socially excluded people the opportunity to connect, reflect, cooperate and develop agency
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.
A selection of things – artworks, ideas, fictions – which are all somewhat fragmentary
Bringing together ideas about life, death, growth and evolution, developing new printmaking skills, and putting on a show. Supported by a-n’s invaluable Professional Development bursary and a partnership with the Fine Art Printmaking department at the University of Brighton.
Following an artist-led community engagement intervention on the Trees Estate, Preston