digital research made possible by a grant from the arts council’s covid-19 emergency fund for individuals.
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Approaching perfumery from a fine art context, this blog describes how scent is a viable means of communication.
I started this visual diary at the end of February, as part of the creative process for a new Solo performance piece. The aim of this visual diary was to reflect on that short but intense period and to share some aspects of the process as it has flourished.
Virtual Art Residency with Louisa Chambers, Victoria Lucas, Danica Maier, Olivia Penrose Punnett, Lucy Renton, Sue Withers
Dwell time: The time a train spends at a scheduled stop without moving. Typically, this time is spent boarding or alighting passengers, but it may also be spent waiting for traffic ahead to clear, or idling time in order to get back on schedule.
Laying a screenprint, one colour separation after another
Equilibrium in chaos
This is my first blog post on a-n :) In the Archaeology of Self series that I have been working since 2019, I explore the intersection of figuration, abstraction and indexicality of subjecthood in the context of the Anthropocene. The […]
In the middle of a pandemic, amidst the pain and anger that erupted as a result of the George Floyd murder, it is hard to make art that captures this point in time. Yet, The symbolism of the Four Horsemen seems perfectly suited to these imperfect times.
News, updates and the written ramblings of a cat-fluff covered visual artist with a penchant for cheesecake.
I am a UK-based photographer and artist. My multi-media art project ‘Bunker Diaries’ is about the Cold War bunkers, memories and, since the COVID-19 pandemic, confinement. Have you had days when you felt stuck inside a bunker? What was it […]
I recently found out that I have been accepted as one of the 10 finalists for the ‘SCAF Emerging Artist Award’! The exhibition is in October, and I have the next few months to produce an artwork based on the theme of ‘Climate’ and my submitted proposal.
I have a long-established interest in non–places & transitional zones which include motorway services, airports & business parks. My local research point is Europarc & its surrounding environs. The site is a short drive from my rural village home in Northern Lincolnshire.
5 months of marriage, changing my name, changing my identity (or is it an identity crisis caused by covid)
A nostalgia for a time that never really existed in the first place.
ok so let’s start by explaining that myth is a metalanguage, right? it’s basically a language to describe another language. myths are stories with truths and untruths about our prevalent human themes and essentially contain everything that makes us who […]
Delighted to have emerged from lockdown with two new online art shops – one for my original art, and the other for my art on products. My original art – portraiture from performers to bathers and flora and fauna from […]
The blog records the progress of bursary supported action research with artist Ruth Jones, connected to “The Agency of Visible Women” project.
We walk in the woods together: Fred is an inquisitive Irish Terrier who is maturing and mellowing since being a puppy. Rob is an artist realising that these woodland walks are integral to a subliminal creative internal processing. We enjoy walking in local woodlands every day.
A bit more detail that could not be included in the live interview, due to time restrictions.
My Time Space Money project will look at the rise in domestic abuse and violence against women during lockdown in the UK.
Documenting my phd journey at the University of Derby.
Practice Led Research into Femicide, Domestic Violence, Relationships and Domesticity.
Textile Echoes: Annette Mills, Delia Salter, Jennifer Jones and Tara Kennedy are textile artists who have been accepted for a month’s residency at The Textile Centre, Blonduos, Iceland.
Unusual gallery space staffed by small plastic cats.