Presented at the ‘What Is? Collective’ event, Heads Up Festival, Hull, March 2018.
Blogs - a-n The Artists Information Company
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
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.
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.
A blog in which I attempt to chart progress in 2018.
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
Approaching perfumery from a fine art context, this weekly blog describes how scent is a viable means of communication. New post every Monday.
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
I’m slowly figuring out what exactly it is that I want to convey through my work. I’m finding it difficult because I work quite intuitively with materials, so I tend to reflect on what it is I’m trying to say […]
Just Another Exhibition Space
Reflecting on the experience of opening a gallery in an area simultaneously denigrated, marred and celebrated for its unique political history,
The Autonomous Artist is a dedicated blog detailing activities, thoughts and reflections about my time as 2017/18 Visual Artist Fellow on the Clore Leadership Programme. I will exploring the role of the artist in arts leaderships and reflecting on independent, self […]
Something I’ve been really considering with my work this term is how to display pieces. My degree show is coming up really fast and it’s forcing me to consider different ways to display my work. For this piece in particular […]
XSexcentenary appearing at Glasgow International 2018. Register for our events, make alternative mourning clothes, be part of the Necropolis procession and more……
Professional Development Bursary 2016
Study of foil placed on window- exploring it’s colour and reflections, studying the way in which it can be transformed as a material.
This body of work explores the collaborative relationship between Emily Hartless and Anna Rogers.
This blog will chart my adventure as I navigate some of the oldest construction techniques ever used. City Lit run a two year course of basketry skills and I am on it.