Creative spaces on the road – triumphs and tribulations of adapting to ever changing spaces.
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I recently had the opportunity to visit Delhi and Rajasthan, and started looking at making new work investigating the activities of street dogs (The Cynics of Rajasthan). I was able to take portraits of over 200 street/village dogs and plan now to create new film/performance work
‘On Drawing’ is an artistic research project that explores the connections between thinking and drawing in the realms of arts & science. Supported by a-n (artist company) Artist Bursaries 2018 and using public funding by Arts Council England
A close-up, chronological documentation of the processing of a specific art work from the perspective of the artist.
The research in this book encourages other disciplines, both within the arts and outside, to understand the aspects of an artist’s practice
I travelled to Longyearbyen, Svalbard, for a three-week research and development residency.
Honest and generous writing in relation to my expanded-drawing practice, the things I do and everything else in between. Thoughts, ideas, experiences, reflections…
Taken from my original blog at www.laurensaundersart.co.uk/blog
Aidan Moesby works extensively in arts and health – particularly where wellbeing intersects with technology. Here he reflects on his experience of being Curator and Artist within a Disability Context
Hi this is an introductory blog to say hi and tell you a wee bit about myself and my work.
Hi, I have recently been unable to work in my studio because of illness and also, waiting for a new heater to arrive. I have been working at home for a change. it is a thought of mine that when […]
what it means to be a graduate starting out as an artist
Recipient of a-n Mentoring Bursary 2018
exploring psychogeographical themes in a playful, accessible way with children in a community setting. Also published at www.playradical.com
TRANSMISSION is a pilot project devised as part of my a-n bursary research into setting up a radio platform in Digbeth (Birmingham) from which all programmes are made by artists, musicians and composers based in the West Midlands.
a void weekly : weakly avoid
My latest project aiming to make creativity more accessible to everyone
Woodblock print of a Fish.
I’m planning to be on the move again. It takes some planning to be in the right place at the right time. Is that even possible? How about being able to just go with the flow? Can we make our […]
This blog documents my progression through academia as a visual artist. I completed a Practice-led PhD in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds in December 2016. The focus of my […]
In 2018 I received a professional bursary to understand the basics of using machine learning in art. Across these four blog posts I describe what I learnt.
Every day for 365 consecutive days I will make a new small artwork from scratch around the idea of Black Squares
The IAA component of the a-n card enabled me to freely access the permanent collection of The National Museum of Modern Art (MOMAT), Tokyo, Japan. MOMAT features artworks from the beginning of the 20th century, including both the Japanese (Nihonga) […]
Intention: to develop my current practice beyond cardboard structures and explore a move into ceramic, focusing on the sculptural possibilities and limitations of paper clay to create more robust forms with the potential to endure outdoor environments.
Portal is a new collaborative installation project initiated by Ceramic Artist Emma Summers. It is inspired by traditional folk and fairy tales and the the historical medieval market town of Ludlow and the community of South Shropshire.
For my A-N artist bursary 2018 I will be attending mentoring sessions with the artist Rory Pilgrim and organising an event for peer to peer critique with artists who make moving image in Devon and Cornwall.
a new group in West wales