Why I applied for an AN bursary and how it is helping create a stepchange in my practice.
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I’ve called this blog ‘I draw’ because my art-work is centred on Drawing. I am an artist from Margate.
A live run/artwork across Greater London from West to East over 3 days following the river Thames. In partnership with APTGallery and Totally Thames 2019,
This piece will be a record or trace of my travels around the UK, as I visit a number of the UK-based artists involved with the Revolve:R project, in their home-cities including Bristol, Liverpool, London, and Glasgow.
Developing the use of everyday choreographies, movement, gestures, performative texts, and encounter as process for translating into peripheral and public spaces.
I will develop making my work accessible to children using an extract from my performance Unknown Statue integrating Makaton language to communicate signs & symbols within the work. Supported by a-n bursary 2019 programme supporting self-determined professional development.
Project Me: charting the progress of my practice since 2007
an account of my a-n Artist Bursary professional development
Misbehaving Bodies Jo Spence & Oreet Ashery at the Wellcome Trust I first became aware of Jo Spence’s work when a first year student in Nottingham. Having left London due to a chronic pain condition or two, I had […]
My lens-based artist practice had led me to discover a new way of merging video with reality. I wanted to find out what I could do with this this new invention and learn the digital skills I needed to make work with it.
A call for an artist on the board of every arts organisation.
About being a disabled artist late in life
‘Deposition’ – stitched work. Here is a couple of partially completed work and the final image.
A journey into Englishness, from the Thames to the Lakes, industrial heartlands to chalk downs. Following tides and twittens, writing 100 poems along the way.
out and about with the Fruit Factory Network based at Humber Street Gallery; encountering, reflecting, acting…
A collation of my research into rural arts, what it means, the challenges and what others have been up to in this area.
Those with a history of contact with mental health services have sought representation, support and advocacy for centuries. Service user advocacy groups are varied in nature: from grassroots to national, informal to Miss Havisham’s wedding dress made by me in 2012 now on show
“MY WORKING WILL BE THE WORK” (Mierle Laderman Ukeles, “Manifesto for Maintenance Art”) Well, I’m up for it, for showing the work. For laying bare the work of life’s upkeep. Let’s talk about how we get to do what we […]
This blog will be an anchor point/place for me to discuss and reflect on discoveries I make and new experiences I encounter for the duration of a Fellowship with Random String.
(Photo credit: Julia Bauer)
Everyday I visit a field behind my house. It sounds pretty dull I know. I began my encounter with this field in pretty much the expected manner, trudging along it, ticking off the daily task of walking the dog. It’s just a field but I’m sort of getting obsessed.
I am discovering, meeting, and interviewing artists and write about it about four times a year.
walking, text, images
A monthly update of goings on from around the foundry in deepest darkest Dorset!
A peer-led artist development programme working with an art-technologist — consisting of mentoring and training in the use of wearables to create immersive artworks.
Discussing the experience of creating a car-based mobile artwork, ‘I’m Westward Ho!’