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Diary of an Art Historian

Journalling my AHRC funded MA in History of Art (leading to PhD)… Focusing on Agnes Martin, art and theory of the 1960s… I also write on contemporary art, draw, paint and am setting up a gallery in West Philadelphia, USA…

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#adailyselfreflection
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tweeting the self

Some of my projects are months in the making. Some just launch without thought. My recent Twitter project (#ADailySelfReflection -a self-portrait every day) is certainly a case of jumping before looking, but I am following instinct as a means to […]

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The Blind Fiddler
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Spoil Heap Harvest

Spoil Heap Harvest is a commission for Leicestershire Musuems TRANSFORM Snibston Discovery Museum. Spoli Heap Harvest sees Paul Conneally undertaking a number of cultural forages through the area of NW Leicestershire where Snibston is situated. The forages are mediated by […]

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Quarry Shade #3
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The night the crocodile eat the moon

I couldnt get the image of the crocodile eating the moon that night out of my mind. This is an exploration, I am trying to find as ever a way to respond. Continuing to develop my work , take steps […]

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Memory at work in my process

I’m working with visual memory and text (rather than memory based in human figures and narrative) Especially foreign writing–from travels in Asia and visual influences of written Asian language characters.

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Bronze bust of "Papa" Joe Smiddy former chancellor of the University of Virginia at Wise
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Belvoir Castle & Estate Artist in Residence

Award-winning sculptor Laury Dizengremel, also photographer, designer & art project consultant begins a 14 month residency in the Vale of Belvoir on the Lincolnshire / Leicestershire border in the East Midlands. Besides modelling busts of the Duke and Duchess of […]

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Sophie Cullinan
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The Enlightened Forest – Stage One: Sound Circle

Sound Circle is the first stage of an interactive illuminated night-time labyrinth, planned for 2011. 60 illuminated ‘tree totems’ will be created by children from the Forest Schools project in Corby, Northants and installed at the end of October 2010 […]

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Nicholas Hedges
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A Line Drawn in Water

In 1828, my ancestor Stephen Hedges was transported to New South Wales. On this residency in Newcastle, Australia, using themes from my research (the past and the present; history, myth and reality; imagination and the landscape) I’ll examine his story […]

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kanji tag
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Memory at work in my process

I’m working with visual memory and text (rather than memory based in human figures and narrative) Especially foreign writing–from travels in Asia and visual influences of written Asian language characters.

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Only Silence Cruising Like A Shark
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Living the Dream

As I settle back into life in a small semi-rural village, light years from the notion of contemporary art, I intend to examine and record, how I fare as an artist in the real world despite being penniless, unemployed and […]

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Untitled (Box Signing and Video)
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Nothing For Sale Except Nothing Itself

Saturday the 27th November 2010 is ‘Buy Nothing Day’ and as part of ‘b-ART-er’ a Contemporary Art exhibition, Michael Bold has been commissioned to create a work responding to the site, an empty shop. The empty shop opens on 25th […]

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Ruth Caig
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London E15 pre 2012

My hope is that this blog will document and aid the development of a body of work that responds to the experience of living and working on the fringes of the Olympic site. The blog and the work will be […]

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breath of fresh art

I am facilitaing a community art project involving art performed ‘au plein air’ in garden or farm spaces in my area of Devon, the Exe Estuary. Keen painters are meeting in each other’s spaces over 2010 and 2011. Work will […]

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Finding Connections

As I move through a 2 year MA Art and Design in Education course at the Institute of Education, London. How my work progresses in finding connections to understand, grow and progress whilist focusing on play, participation and social engagement. […]

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ten months on new ground

after finishing university this summer, i chose a risky move to a city little known to me. the adventure and fresh challenge has forced me to contemplate location and habitat whilst searching for my place within the art world as […]

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