Make our peer mentoring sessions and exhibition preparations transparent by isolating the dialogue and transcribing it, to create a permanent record, an inscription.

By transcribing a season of our sessions the ideas of individuals and the formation of the artworks in the run up to the exhibition become visibly fluid as they are discussed and often tweaked/transformed through dialogue rather than simply the finished products which appear, as if fully formed in the exhibition.

These discussions are usually only recorded via meeting minutes, if at all and I’ll be transcribing them in their entirety (including mishearing’s and typos).



1)  Write or carve (words or symbols) on something, especially as a formal or permanent record.
2)  Draw (a figure) within another so that their boundaries touch but do not intersect.
3)  Issue (loan stock) in the form of shares whose holders are listed in a register rather than issued with certificates.


1)  A thing inscribed, as on a monument or in a book.
2)  The action of inscribing something.


Put (thoughts, speech, or data) into written or printed form.



Cream paper
Audio recording devices
Peer mentoring sessions in London


Record peer mentoring sessions July to October (November if time) and type via audio transcription onto cream paper, mistakes by mishearing and typos included in final product.

Recording in person when I’m there, virtually over Skype when I attend that way and via a willing volunteer when unable to be there at all.

I’m questioning what is and isn’t newsworthy.
Is honesty valuable?
How transparent can our peer mentoring group be?
What value does focussed discussion have?


Recently I’ve been tweeting excerpts from my inscription via the groups Twitter account @Juggernautsart