Developing the use of everyday choreographies, movement, gestures, performative texts, and encounter as process for translating into peripheral and public spaces.
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A nomadic space in the real and virtual worlds acting as a for location for curated activities which explore the relationship between climate change and wellbeing.
Exploring the external physical weather and our internal psycho-emotional weather as as a metaphor
An exploration of the second generation post memory experience of exile following the Spanish Civil War through object art, performance and installations. I blog about my research, the process and the finished pieces as they emerge.
Looking forward to undertaking professional development and mentoring with experts that will advance my arts practice to explore Virtual Reality (VR) as an art form, as opposed to using it as just an emerging technological tool. My proposed bursary activity […]
Approaching perfumery from a fine art context, this blog describes how scent is a viable means of communication.
The blog records the progress of bursary supported action research with artist Ruth Jones, connected to “The Agency of Visible Women” project.
a-n Mentoring Bursary 2019 has had me trace the many different routes I have made: never taking the short-cut but instead; always the scenic route towards building my identity as artist.
Knitwear designer, JimiKnits gives an update on the knitting pattern releases, book launch and upcoming shows.
This is one of a series of four 6-colour lino reduction prints based on walks in a park near me.
A new project. A DYCP hopeful. A long shot. An emotional imperative. A cultural necessity. A risk. A neurodivergent emergence.
A connection with the sea. A physical immersion.
The post heart attack meanderings of an ordinary man in an extraordinary world.
New Limited Edition from Sara Pope from Art on a Postcard
Artist and Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood opens a London pop up exhibition
A series of visual thoughts
This blog records an exciting collaborative project exploring dynamic materials that respond to changes in environmental conditions. Working with engineers we will create a series of prototypes over the next 8 months and explore their sculptural and architectural potential.
Looking back on my residency in Portugal and the changes it made to my work as a painter.
Ballpoint Artist behind Joker Johnson opens solo exhibition
An interview with Greek artist Charoula Nikolaidou currently exhibiting in Anorioton as part of a new exhibition series of contemporary Greek art in London.
An interview with Christina Papaioannou whose paintings are showing in ‘Anorioton’ in London 2-20 December 2019
Function/Error is a performative experiment on the impossibility of completing a task due to the health and safety regulations on ladder usage. The impractical safety rules forced a humorous response that involves the performance of a useless action.
Technology promises real-time online interaction. Documenting the Past LIVE attempts to capture the delays in real-time technology using live streams. The gap between the present and real-time could indicate the failure of such promise.
After a hectic summer and autumn of engagement events on the Wirral, I am now just two weeks away from the exhibition opening at the Williamson Art Gallery – 7 December 2019 – 2 February 2020.
Watch my progress at https://www.instagram.com/louise_rea/
Starting using York St John’s University workshops to aid the development of my practice through the AA2A Residency scheme