I’ve been offered a month long residency at Arena Studios in Liverpool with an exhibition at the begining of December. This blog will follow my progress as I venture in my first experience of a residency.
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Thought I would start a separate blog about the trials and tribulations of my residency at the Butterfly Park. The next 18 months are sure to have highs and lows, maybe even some tears and tantrums but will hopefully prove […]
The aim of this blog is to share my experiences of collaboration. Although the majority of my time is spent making my own work, I keep getting drawn back into collaborations… why do I enjoy them? Why are they difficult? […]
I’ll be focusing on the materials that I have been using, conscious or unconsciously, to built me as I am today. As a starting point i’ll explore the building materials of my childhood home environment with a special focus on […]
Whilst at university i shied away from my figurative clay work, as you are encouraged to be more radical, different and ‘contemporary’. How ironic that now I’m returning to claywork I find myself being the one breaking the mould.
I intend to use this blog to document my work in and out of the studio.
I would like to spend more of my time making books and showing them at book fairs. This blog has been set up so I can discuss developing projects, problems and solutions I encounter in the practice, book fairs, sales […]
As an artist with 25 years experience I have recently embarked on an MA in Digital Media Arts. The course combines different kinds of programming, practical projects and research into art and visual culture theory plus new digital technology theory. […]
Being an account of the continuing adventures of a mendicant artist.
A space for review and reflection of my own practice and others.
Since leaving the Royal College of Art 4 years ago, after the wilderness of life after college, after many struggles, through much determination to engage with artists and the art world, I finally feel part of something…..an arts community, a […]
Chris Barham, with my assistance, is creating an interactive installation. Our interest lies within the terrain of self-generated audience participation. Can an artwork or environment present a situation in which the viewer feels safe enough, or enticed enough to engage […]
In the north (subarctic), for 10 months of the year, in a fly-in community, teaching grade school classes. The internet connection is a line to the outside. This blog will be a place to record, visually and textually, the paintings […]
In conversation…Working collaboratively both as an artist, artist-in-residence in a school and as project manager of a touring exhibition.
Artists Steffan Jones-Hughes and Jeanette Orrell are working towards the Christmas exhibition at Oriel Myrddin, in Carmarthen. THe exhibition is called Coedwig, which is Welsh for wood or forest. It’s a mixed show which will open on 5 November 2011. […]
led by practising artists and run at The Garage, the University’s new purpose-built studios. It places emphasis on your growing knowledge and understanding of contemporary fine art practice internationally. Worcester regularly hosts artists in residence, artist fellows and visiting artists, […]
This is a space for me to share the progress of Open To Arts A creative arts, busines and community social business. I want to have the chance to gain feedback on the onoging process of running an organisation that […]
POST, a collective of female artists based in Liverpool have been awarded a go and see bursary from a-n. Follow POST as they develop international links, starting with the European Capital of Culture 2009 – Linz, Austria.
the snee snaw is an audio kinetic artwork that takes place in a non traditional art space and encourages players to work together to find the elusive sneeze condition. the project is funded by the arts council through the grants […]
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This blog looks at the benefits and pitfalls of working in isolation. One significant aspect of this isolation is a rich and deepening understanding of art history. I’ll explore that relationship to my work, my practice and my efforts to […]
This blog will be a record of learning a new language, Spanish, as a beginner. It is an attempt to understand the significance to my art practice of my background as a linguist through the activity of learning. It will […]
I’m going to try and sustain a blog over the whole course of a project… for the third time! Invisible City is an event taking place in Schiedam, NL 2-4 September 2011 and i’m involved. Claire Weetman, Invisible City- New […]
An account of my preparation for and participation in Artisterium 4, the international contemporary fine art event in Tbilisi, Georgia, November 2011.
I won the Oval House prize for my degree show performance ‘cartrouble’ this summer as i completed my degree at Chelsea. It came as a shock and I was rather overwhelmed by the news, as the day of the private […]