This is the transcript for a Lecture & Masterclass to be held at Frankfurt University Hospital.With the COVID-19 crisis, I reframed my talk to the criticality for scientists to work with creative & neurodiverse allies. I invited all to join a new Network. We’re stronger together.
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A place to be. Sharing responses to COVID-19
Two A-N relevant anniversaries are approaching…
The best way through this crisis is to work together
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.
Odds and ends from the University of the Highlands and Islands course – distance learning, Orkney to North Wales.
My work conflates the real and the imaginary within a multidisciplinary practice, including digital installation, comics, animation and sound art. #payingartists
Finding our way to a ‘greener’ planet
We are going ahead with our program just as art fairs and exhibitions are being cancelled or postponed
Thinking about two senses of the word ‘gesture’ – researching and developing a new body of work with the help of the a-n Mentoring Bursary 2019.
Stratum is a research and development project investigating the intersection of traditional Fine art practice and immersive digital technologies.
Drawing links between fine art and particle physics.
The Other Art Fair, presented by Saatchi Art, returns to the Old Truman Brewery in March for the 19th London edition of the vibrant artist-led fair.
How buying paint may ruin a country
Documenting my phd journey at the University of Derby.
Practice Led Research into Femicide, Domestic Violence, Relationships and Domesticity.
Mixed media paintings using collage and palette-knife-applied acrylics
Expressive • Contemporary • Modern Art
How can we make informed decisions without information?
Developing the use of everyday choreographies, movement, gestures, performative texts, and encounter as process for translating into peripheral and public spaces.
This new blog explores how my artistic process is/has been shaped by my mental health. I experiment in my studio with pieces that push my own perception of what can be achieved creatively by challenging societal cliches around mental health and being an infertile woman.
Changing my life, and others, one step at a time.
An exploration into the secret lives of objects. Solo exhibition from Justin Robertson
Tales of the pretty much expected….and sometimes not
Hello to everyone. I’m new here and this is my first month renting space to show my work in a shop housing many other independent artists. For me it’s a really big step into something more professional and challenging. Intending […]
A practice research residency in Grenoble exploring street trees and how humans relate to them