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The Hubris Tree
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Parent v Process- Degree Show Dilemma’s

The Degree Show countdown has begun….., the kids have achieved more fine art upon the walls than I have managed to apply to canvas, my partner has lost half a stone and the twins are nearly feral, but hey – […]

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Myndd Presceli, Wales
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Research into Creativity

Earlier this year I was contacted by a research student at the University of East London and asked whether I would be willing to take part in current research into creativity, creative individuals and creative experiences…

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A last look at the view from my studio window
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My Residency in Banff, Alberta, Canada

I have just arrived in Banff to take part in 5 week co-production residency programme ‘Liminal Screen’ at the New Media Institute, part of the Banff Centre. I will be developing a project that uses mobile camera technologies to record […]

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Susan Diab
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Making art politically

As artist animateur at Fabrica Gallery, Brighton, 3 October – 16 November, I am considering my own and other people's responses to Thomas Hirschhorn's work 'The Incommensurable Banner'. The exhibition is part of Brighton Photo Biennial 2008. I welcome your […]

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Cleaning Forum Kiosk
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Forum Kiosk

The artistic process of creating a site-specific live art intervention for a public art exhibition. Notes from the invitation to the performance.

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Leeds Metropolitan University

Fine Art- A wildly diverse community of artists, both staff and students contribute to a rich and stimulating studio based environment.

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Jamie Shaw
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Field Dynamics

A Blog about the development of an upcoming exhibition that includes both work hung on walls and a large site specific mural.

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Complexities of the Aesthetic
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Edinburgh College of Art

BA in Sculpture. I think it is the only true ‘sculpture’ (by title) course left in the UK, at least that is what I heard, but that doesn’t make any difference. Course is compiled within four years of three elements: […]

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The lie of the land (detail)
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You can go anywhere from anywhere

The title of the blog, from a piece of writing by Anni Albers is a rather apt description of the exhilarating feeling of freefall (or is it flying?) that I am feeling now as I emerge from a twelve month […]

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You Can See My House From Here
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Pigeon Hole

Pigeon Hole Art Interventions In Leominster I provide a handy perch- a small shopfront to show new ideas, interventions and reactions. The first show is Pigeon, Naughty or Nice. It's my own work to pilot the space and see how […]

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Floc
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Floc

Will you draw a little bird for me? You are invited to take part in a collaborative artwork to gather together drawings of birds from around the globe. Please send me your drawing via e-mail stating whether you are left […]

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A Universe in a forest
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My first year in a waygood studio

Like many artists I have spent much time in need of studio space and a supportive artistic community. Thankfully in Jan 2008 I got my chance at having a studio at Waygood.org. This has made all the difference rejuvenating my […]

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Blanche Pease Annex
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Darlington Arts Association

After hearing that the buildings used by various independent art groups may be sold off to the local Sixth Form College it was thought that a group to represent all the various individual groups should be formed as a united […]

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Jack Davies
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Fluid Dynamics

Fluid dynamics removes the connection between artist and art, surrendering creative control to machinery, blurring boundaries between art and science. This project uses machinery to apply the scientific principles of fluid dynamics into an artistic context, where science and art […]

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The Crisis Meeting
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Jeckels foundation Residency Denmark

I was recently selected for a residency in Denmark running between mit November and part of December.It is at the very top of the mainland in a town called Skagen where two sea meet. Skagen It is famous for a […]

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A megapolis skyline
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Simulated cities

I'm off to Shanghai for a 3-week photographic project funded by the Arts Council England. I’ll be exploring a series of western-style ‘satellite’ towns that have been emerging over the past decade in this rapidly expanding city.

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