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Cliche (i)
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The Dwelling

From where we sit, stand, walk, live, we Dwell. We also think, cogitate, ponder and…Dwell. As W.H Davie’s said ‘what is this life, if full of care, we have no time to stand and stare?’. I intend to use my […]

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Fly Like Paper

A Graduate fellowship in Paper at Northumbria University…A place to bookmark my experiences, musings, trials and errors.

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Olga Koroleva
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Residency at HomeBase V Berlin

Tomorrow, Monday 30 August I am going to Berlin to start my residency at HomeBase V project. During my residency I hope to keep this blog up to date with my progress there.

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Clare Welford
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This is the Real World

This is the real world. I’ve left Uni and now I have to fend for myself, in a world that has changed a lot in a couple of months. I find myself living in a new town surrounded by less […]

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Georgie Park
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The Heuristics Laboratory

The Heuristics Laboratory is Pete McPartlan, Ruth Scott and Georgie Park. We were commissioned by Sideshow (the Nottingham Fringe to the British Art Show) to present our first project: a 3 week exhibition this winter in a space in NTU. […]

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Escalator performing arts 2010

A 6 month artistic development project for Escalator performing arts 2010. Developing HE SAID TALENT AGENCY as a practise. With Special consideration to our current project: YOU WILL BE RARE. www.hesaidtalentagency.co.uk/artists/hesaidtalent/…

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Julie Dodd
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Mersey Bio show

A blog about the development and curation of my first solo show

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Verity Jasmin Burley. Courtesy: Jake & Jen. Making a goblet with the assistance of Don Pierce
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Caribbean debut

As the first international ‘Blow Glass at Sea’ recruit working for The Corning Museum of Glass, NY and Celebrity Cruise Lines the time has come to set sail…

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Untitled
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Painting to Some Purpose

The aim of this new blog (my 2nd here on Artists Talking) is to document the next 12 months, during which I will be painting to some purpose. To what purpose? I’m not yet sure, lets just see how my […]

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Clare Smith
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Still on this planet

I’ve had to defer completion of my MA for health reasons and this blog will track my ability to maintain my creative focus over the next few months. My current research interest is in personal subjectivities and the general question […]

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Knitted Month - 31 July
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Rachel Gomme – Knitted Month

A cumulative performance in which I unravel and reknit the same small piece of knitting each day throughout May. I'm interested in how the yarn changes (frays, splits, crinkles) in the process, how that affects the making and the object […]

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Nazir Tanbouli
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Camberwell College of Art

My work is drawing and painting. I am on the Fine Art Printmaking MA to develop this work further and explore new directions. You can see more on www.nazirtanbouli.com

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Ash 1
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How I Work

Ken Fackrell – My World If artists are, by their nature, self-centred individualists (discuss) then talking about one’s own work is another attempt to communicate (or perhaps, an attempt by other means).

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Karen Howse
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University College Falmouth

I am a mature student in my final year of a two year MA in Fine Art at Falmouth. I would like to use the blog to reflect and enjoy the path the MA treads, to communicate with other bloggers, […]

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Special Plates
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The Shape of Things (Alinah Azadeh)

The process of making work as part of the ‘The Shape of Things’ programme, including The Gifts, a textile installation for Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, and new work for a group show at Flow Gallery, London.

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Richard Light and Paul Clark
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Swim Circle

“Water is the eye of the landscape” Water holds a lens up to the world through which one can experience it differently. It is an element easily entered but within which one cannot survive without adaptation. How we adapt and […]

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Untitled
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Exploring Halton’s Collections

This project brings together four diverse collections covering the history of Runcorn and Widnes on the River Mersey held separately in Catalyst Chemical Museum, Runcorn Town Hall, Halton’s Libraries and Norton Priory Museum. The collections are being catalogued in a […]

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Hannah Elizabeth Singleton
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Archiving The Unmade

Documenting the months of postgraduate study (MA Fine Art: Site and Archive course at UCLan). Pulling together two years of research and making for our September show. Aiming to come out the other side with a greater understanding of my […]

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Brereton Blog

Everyday working life of a freelance artist / designer.

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Zoetic Omen
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Pietrasanta Bronze Casting Residency 2010

This blog aims to capture my personal experience of the residency as well as being a means of capturing techniques and processes of Bronze casting to act as a resource for both myself and others. The Brian Mercer Bronze Casting […]

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ZOOart 2010 Incitta installation
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Cuneo Diari

Alice took part in the ZOOart 2010 Festival in Cuneo, NW Italy, 1st – 4th July 2010. This is the diary she made about the experience, unabridged. ZOOart: http://www.zooart.it/

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interstice (detail)
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future focus

quad have reinstated the future focus scheme originally run by q arts. there are five of us on the scheme, we are realising a new piece of work each with mentoring and help along the way. there will be an […]

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