BA (Hons) Fine Art.
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A-N have supported my professional development to explore self publishing and print in Tokyo, Japan over 5 days.
Derelict Fulham Town Hall to be given new lease of life starting with major Post-Lockdown art celebration.
David Hill Gallery, London
30 April – 30 July 2021
The Working Horse Sculpture
Jealous Gallery curates a mini Art on a Postcard Auction ‘Spring Has Sprung!’
My process, a combination of processing materials and walking in the landscape.
With all the hype lately it is difficult to avoid NFTs (ya know, the blockchain art such as Beeple or even the burning of Banksy)… and it is great for collectibles, but I am also interested in artists who are […]
Marcus’s Arts Practice develops back into Puppetry for this latest work. https://youtu.be/KLRz7SOYEnE
Changes to my 2020 bursary plans.
studio practice, writing, art, medicine, medical humanities, chronic illness, poetry, painting, performance, body,
My work conflates the real and the imaginary within a multidisciplinary practice, including digital installation, comics, animation and sound art. #payingartists
This work was instigated by the thought of two of the most frightening things anyone has ever said to me. I’ve put one above another on Canvas, painted in Acrylic.
My subject matter is almost always the female figure. The colour choices for my work can be dictated by my own feelings and also reveal the emotional context of the painting. My artwork invites the viewer to explore the psychological, […]
Visual Blog, Seven Lochs Wetland Park commission, Glasgow
A-N member artists are invited to submit proposals for their own Solo Show in one of our contemporary art galleries within a series of dolls houses in South London.
Curated by Eldi Dundee who sees this micro curation project as an extension of her collaborative art practice.
The latest in the series of vibrant public art installations overtaking Kensington + Chelsea’s empty retail spaces has been unveiled today. The next of the High Street Windows is presented by London-based artist LUAP, who takes over the All Saints storefront in Notting Hill.
I’ve LOST my new studio but am still painting.
During lockdown Invert/Extent began putting together a book of artist writings and conversations considering what artists were doing, ideas that were percolating, or where their heads were at in the current situation. Many of these were featured online at Transmissions and […]
The Grid … discarded in the summer of 1995 upon Snaefell Mountain.
Claiming the streets
Excerpt from my website blog post this week after a philosophical day of writing prose poetry and thinking about my piece in the current DUST Rising exhibition in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Short bursts of thinking about / talking about / doing stuff around: making as a form of “commoning”
Fine Art and Society/Art Practice and Theory
My Time Space Money project will look at the rise in domestic abuse and violence against women during lockdown in the UK.