Exploring the different ways I can “break” an image.
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Republishes extracts from my substantial report entitled Measuring the experience: the scope and value of artist-led organisations, the 1993-96 research study that explored and articulated value of the artist-led as a vital research-based ingredient in the visual arts ecology.
How things map out is so often purely coincidental. Here I am, sitting at a farmhouse table an hour’s travel outside Saskatoon, a place I had never even heard of. The sun is hot, a gentle breeze and the ticks […]
NEW STUDIO/OLD IDEAS After a year of working out of my front room I have taken a new studio. It’s attached to a night club. Kind of an annex to the back room. It needs work; needs some walls building […]
I am encouraged by the award of a 2017 professional development bursary to continue work around the concept of displacement , which has been of particular interest in my practice for some years . I will be able to […]
A description of a short course I attended with the potter Tanya Gomez at West Dean College with the support of a Professional Development Bursary from a-n, The Artist Information Company
(Originally posted April 2017)
An Arts Council England project called The Melodramatic Elephant in the Haunted Castle exploring the history of the Coronet theatre, 1872-2017.
Repeator focuses the practices of Cathy Wade and Laurence Price. Office for Art, Design and Technology is an initiative led by Ryan Hughes. Together they intend to develop and share each other’s working methodologies, realising the potential for new collaborative work.
Notes from a DIY residency in Paris.
Professional Development Bursary 2017
To achieve more art and creativity in my life this year
Making a little van into a shiny aluminium ‘spaceship’ in three weeks for the annual parade.
A new work, R&D for a larger project From Wasteland To Wasteland exploring the Somme and TS Eliot’s the Waste Land
I was delighted to hear I had been awarded an a-n Professional Development Bursary as I had already started on my project “Sound Scape” a collaboration between myself and Julia Harding, musician and composer for this work and this will provide the wherewithal to […]
Write up on Collaborative Practice from a 20 minute seminar.
Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007
Hack & Host will host weekly conversations in the lead up to the 2017 General Election. Each conversation will feature three Hack & Host members and will focus on set themes. These conversations will feed into a “Thrash Out” debate titled “Artists as Political Activists”.
Officials everywhere these days, and of course “Subbuteo” were clever enough to include them in their table top football game of the 60’s and 70’s. Originally hand painted, figures were later, controversially, machine painted leading to the nickname “zombie” figures.
This blog is a development from my blog Walking with the Waste Land. I have a number of new walking projects developing over the next year which will now feature in this blog.
Advancing ideas around the simulacrum, and other questions concerning the copy, the original, and representation, through work produced in my artist’s residency in the printmaking room at the University of Suffolk.
Blog charting progress with a photobook project, generously supported by a 2017 Professional Development Bursary
I’m a Fine Art student at the University of Suffolk and I’m now in my third year. This blog is going to explore and document each of my projects that I’m developing for my studio practice, to help me critique and understand my focus studies.