I am a final year fine art student working across multiple disciplines to explore the concept of destruction within art.
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I will visit Iran for the first time as an adult and artist following an AN- travel grant.
Funded by the A-N travel bursary 2017, I was able to return to Mexico to strengthen and develop connections with galleries, museums and individuals, widen my understanding of working internationally, and develop my ongoing body of work Conceal with the aim of publishing it.
In February I received the A-N Travel Bursary to enable me to return to Mexico where I began the first stage of a new major body of work.
This summer I spent a month in Northern California for a residency at the Exloratorium, a museum of “art, science, and human perception”. To support the venture I received a £1000 bursary from a-n towards the travel costs of the […]
Notes from a travel to HangZhou with Macclesfield Historian Dorothy Bentley Smith (a-n Travel Bursary)
Thanks to an A-N Travel Bursary, foundations were laid for a photographic project exploring Finland’s rich history of couple dancing. The first leg took me around Savonia in the east of Finland and this blog is a kind of unravelling of the people and places I encountered.
Part 1 of a reflective blog about reevaluating my practice during an A-N supported Fellowship
London based illustrator Charlotte Edey explores hand-engraving in an intensive short course funded by A-n professional development bursary
I am delighted to have been awarded an A-N Professional Development Bursary to help me explore how the use of a mobile phone app might benefit my practice. I currently create collaborative drawings by asking volunteers to undertake walks whilst […]
An experiment in making and thinking about new work. A connection with the sea. A physical immersion.
A blog charting research/activities undertaken during the period of my a-n Professional Development Bursary.
Journeying through the Vortex.
Writing in relation to my expanded-drawing practice. Thoughts, Ideas, Experiences, taken from my original blog at www.laurensaundersart.co.uk/blog
A 2017 Professional Development Bursary exploring open access production space in relation to my role as co-director to Paradise Works, Salford, and my own creative practice.
Haecceity is a commissioned residency as part of the 2017 Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival. Over the coming months Tracy Hill will explore wetland locations around Warrington. Specifically Hill will be examining our human relationship with these post industrial spaces.
Little Forest Land Art was started in early 2017 by ceramicist Jan Griffiths and artist Adrian Mundy on land surrounding Jan’s studio in the Hampshire countryside. Turning the meadow and surrounding woodland into a place for artwork, focusing on Art in the Garden in early June.
The second a-n Writer Development Programme is underway. Over the next five months or so, this blog will include a bit of commentary and plenty of writing by the eight participants.
I am a third year fine art student that works in photography and film. I am interested in the concept in movement and challenging the way in which it is perceived.
1. Working with the ice scientists
Sculpture and the feminist gaze
After a wonderful five month long summer, it is finally time to crack down and concentrate on my third/final year of University! During the majority of my summer break I have been thinking long and hard about ideas for what […]
This blog documents the journey we undertook, into the creation of a new feature length film exploring the genesis of LOTUSLAND, its past work, and looking towards its future, while gaining a deeper understanding and appreciation through the project’s astrological traits.
from the hi hat and snare i start to build in practice development by extending into the tom toms.
How does our community influence our art? And how can the arts impact a community, composed as it is of disparate individuals? Some reflections from my involvement in Square Peg’s ‘Underlined’ community arts project, along with thoughts and events that touch on ‘ways of seeing’