This blog is a record of a research and development project funded by the Arts Council and Leverhulme Trust, uniting artistic practice with scientists, academics, architects and health professionals. The projects focus is the influence of light on human experience and wellbeing.
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In February 2017 I proposed a research trip to a cluster of projects and event in Germany and the Netherlands which are situated across a variety of my artistic interests and resonate with several of the projects I am currently […]
blog of on going non linear film/documentary commission, part of the arts and heritage pilot programme of the museum of making at derby silk mill.
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.
Art is a language, learn it
Yesterday myself and 3 other sculptors were asked to be a part of this year’s Coleg sir gar’s stand at New Designers 2018 along with the college’s ceramicists. The ceramicists did all of the fundraising to pay for the stand so we’re […]
“Life is a life sentence;
life is passing time;
life is freethinking.” Tehching Hsieh
I’m currently looking into urban decay and abandonment, the process of a changing urban world and the feelings of dystopia contrasted with the possibility of renewal. I’m giving consideration to imagery that portrays both a sense of place and of change.
As part of its commitment to improving access to cinema in isolated rural and hard to reach urban areas of the North of England, Cine North embarks on a new chapter with Eden Arts.
If one year equals 7 dog years; Me and Cosmo embarked on our middle age together, and I looked to him for inspiration for a new body of work!
This blog shares my experiences as the inaugural Artist in Residence at Tower Bridge throughout 2017. As the residency ends, I reflect upon the year long development of my multidisciplinary practice.
Recently I’ve been exploring making domestic objects useless as their intended purpose. I’ve had lots of fun with the project so far and I still have more work to come, but this has been a new way of working for […]
Presented at the ‘What Is? Collective’ event, Heads Up Festival, Hull, March 2018.
This blog will document the development of my practice and my PhD thesis Traces and What’s Left: Constructing a Communicative Form as an Art Practice as research in the Music Department at the University of Aberdeen.
Following an artist-led community engagement intervention on the Trees Estate, Preston
I’m slowly figuring out what exactly it is that I want to convey through my work. I’m finding it difficult because I work quite intuitively with materials, so I tend to reflect on what it is I’m trying to say […]
Reflecting on the experience of opening a gallery in an area simultaneously denigrated, marred and celebrated for its unique political history,
Something I’ve been really considering with my work this term is how to display pieces. My degree show is coming up really fast and it’s forcing me to consider different ways to display my work. For this piece in particular […]
XSexcentenary appearing at Glasgow International 2018. Register for our events, make alternative mourning clothes, be part of the Necropolis procession and more……
Professional Development Bursary 2016
Study of foil placed on window- exploring it’s colour and reflections, studying the way in which it can be transformed as a material.
This body of work explores the collaborative relationship between Emily Hartless and Anna Rogers.
This blog will chart my adventure as I navigate some of the oldest construction techniques ever used. City Lit run a two year course of basketry skills and I am on it.