Blogs - a-n The Artists Information Company
My digital sketchbook of documentation through my final year of Fine Art.
Using 40,138 plants, we are hoping to create an art installation, to show Bristol and other communities, that this vast number of people are unseen carrying the burden of care while not being recognised. Each plant represents one carer in Bristol.
I’m going to be studying MA Fine Art at Birmingham School of Art, BCU from September 2020 – September 2021. This blog is going to be documenting the ideas and artworks I make, as well as the thoughts of the […]
Experimental performance art photography with laser and technic lego assembly
This work makes reference to the cycle and vital processes of being human which are marked by a series of rituals that help us to reconnect with age old customs within our daily lives.
Acrylic paint on paper.
Finally putting my a-n Artists Bursary to good use and climbing the learning curve of coding.
A peer learning group exploring co-production in socially engaged practice, centred around practice of place. Written by Lead Artist Niki Colclough with contributions from collaborators.
Developing a new body of work in 2021 with an ACE Develop Your Creative Practice Grant – achieved with the help of the a-n Mentoring Bursary 2019/20.
A personal, connective and transformational journey into deep listening and kombucha brewing…
Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007
Walking between viewing points.
Sneaking under surfaces.
Pausing where paths cross.
When I have activities growing in parallel, it is at their intersections that the most interesting shifts occur. This blog is an opportunity to consider the interplay between projects.
Art isn’t an iPhone.
An arts-based inquiry into human and limpet entanglements over time.
A blog written by Freelance Artist, Raising the Bar Project lead and Neurodiversity in Arts Consultant Gaia Redgrave focussing on access in the arts for those who are neurodiverse and/or disabled. This blog is intended as a resource for artists, organisations and funders alike.
This is my blog for Professional Practice 2 where I will be looking at how people in the creative field promote themselves and how galleries and foundations promote artists.
This blog is for my Professional Practice 2 module where I’ll be analysing and researching artists’ websites and their social media presence e.g Instagram, in response to help grow my professional engagement in the art world and my professional presence on social media.
What’s it like to be a neurodiverse creative with a late diagnosis of ASD aged 54 years old? Time to find out I guess…
This blog is for my Professional Practice 2 module, in which I will be reviewing and analysing the social media accounts/blogs of various artists and galleries.
New beginnings in Lincoln with a very special studio visit (our two kids).
It dawned on me that all my paid commercial work is human centered but my fine art is generative, or made by chance, or performative using plastic cats as the actors. There is little human contact in the core of my fine art.
Has Covid altered the way I work? My journey through my final (!) year studying BA (Hons) Fine Art at the University of Suffolk. Sketchbook submission.
Professional practice 2 module blog. This blog will be reviewing other artists’ blogs, social media, websites and other platforms. This will help me develop my own practice and gain an understanding of what works for me as a practitioner.
Crab Nebulae , from The Cloudy and Hot Atmosphere of a Quiet Sun. Acrylic on paper.
From the light projection of the same name.