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 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT CONCERNING THE INTERFACE BETWEEN ART AND SCIENCE RELATING TO SEA SURROUNDING SHETLAND. IT SEEKS TO MAKE DIRECT VISUAL ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN OBSERVATIONAL AND EXPERIENTIAL FIELD WORK, NORWEGIAN MATHEMATICIANS AND SCIENTISTS RESEARCH ON EXTREME WAVE THEORY, AND […]
A fifth season as Artist in Residency at the Ness of Brodgar excavations in Orkney.
Light and Sound event at Warstone Lane Cemetery, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
A participatory project exploring individual experiences of sonic environments through mark making.
An account about my flat, painted ceramics representing aspects of my life
A blog about the ‘desire lines’ pilot project and how combined with my ‘Developing your creative practice’ Arts Council England funded grant it is influencing my practice as a socially engaged artists.
This Blog is about undertaking a large private commission within it’s deadline, with an incurable illness, during the Covid Pandemic.
The Social Art Library recently published a short piece of my writing as part of their ‘Storytelling for artists’ programme. You can read it here: https://www.socialartlibrary.org/library/to-change-75ntb-ffjbj-n5b7h-hw3zw-tp5gp-z3s6z-yzn8s-m45cy-ds54y-az7ms-9d99f-dx35b-4k88s
Does a mask take away our ability to communicate mood, intensity, emotion and personality? Does it render us ‘invisible’, or take away our voice and make us feel ‘unheard’?
Documenting the creative collaboration between ceramic artist Gill Bliss and textile artist Joy Merron.
After many hours in front of the black mirror, finally a version of a webpage organizing most of my art practice.
Putting to good use a Journeyman LAT grant to take my lettering design work in stone to the next level.
The a-n Artist Bursary came at an ideal time for me during the period of COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions. Enabling me to undertake extensive research and development for mentoring and to start developing a new artwork ‘Mirrored to the core […]
Eileen Agar and Laura Aguilar
blog of the non linear artwork installed in the second floor of the museum of making at derby silk mill. it’s part of the arts and heritage pilot programme of the museum. this programme also features work by toni buckby and red saunders.
Revisiting the ideas in my MA dissertation book
I’ve tried to answer a question I often hear…
Exploring the digital, experimental film, and the making of tactile hands-on artwork with the layers of London’s strata.
Timeline of a new challenge: Online Art Workshops
My new work ‘Intervallum’ will be part of First Flight outdoor excision as part of First Light Festival celebrations.
It has been an honor to exhibit at CADAF this year. Thank you to the curators for having me. I wrote this piece to reflect on what this exhibition means to me and on the trajectory of my work over […]
For Helfa Gelf 2017, I am delighted to be Writer in Residence at Plas Tan y Bwlch, and look forward to continuing my exploration of the rich heritage of this great house and the land that surrounds it, building on research and experiences gathered during my 2016 Residency.
Recently I found myself saying the phrase “Chase the play…not the pay” while being interviewed for a podcast…