Fluid dynamics removes the connection between artist and art, surrendering creative control to machinery, blurring boundaries between art and science. This project uses machinery to apply the scientific principles of fluid dynamics into an artistic context, where science and art […]
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A selection of a dozen photographs showing boarded up cash machines. Large, close up, heavily cropped and completely out of context; they could almost be abstract paintings. The exhibition is part of the Photo Fringe 2008, which runs alongside the […]
BA (Hons) Fine Art
The blog started with the run up to my exhibition at Oriel Wrecsam in August – October 2008, and is now following on to the next one in November 2008 at Galeri and then onto a group show at Theatr […]
Projects unedited blog by Judith Alder & Roz Cran
Creative nature and Exeter city council are working together with a local school over 18 months to create a playful place in a local community woodland. The children are 14 years old and are involved with this project as part […]
I was recently selected for a residency in Denmark running between mit November and part of December.It is at the very top of the mainland in a town called Skagen where two sea meet. Skagen It is famous for a […]
I'm off to Shanghai for a 3-week photographic project funded by the Arts Council England. I’ll be exploring a series of western-style ‘satellite’ towns that have been emerging over the past decade in this rapidly expanding city.
Fast plan. Four days.
This is a record of my progress in 2008. I am looking forward to some exciting and challenging exhibitions and wanted to log the growth of my work and ideas throughout them. With lots to learn and many challenges ahead, […]
a mythological character, an insect and a folk tale protagonist meet in a live art performance set in a city and in a countryside location.
I am going to attempt to document my experiences as an anonymous artist balancing an art career, job, and life. Mostly reference my running of 'Organisation X' and my balancing of a less than exiting life. The reason for being […]
After placing an advert in AN, I waited eagerly for the responses. We are offering a residency in the French Pyrenees with the aim of creating land art using found and local materials. We thought that it would be interesting […]
I have been practising Art for around six years consistently, yet since the 70's otherwise! I have begun to explore exhibiting my different works from oil to engineered imagery computer generated, else from photo source &c. I work a synergy […]
Projects unedited blog by Imogen Bardwell
The 2007/8 MA Photography group are in the final throes of our 15 month course. Eight students will present work in two shows at the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art in Sunderland in November/December 2008/January 2009.
I graduated in Fine Art in July 2008 , and here I am, documenting my successes, my downfalls, my lack of and surges of motivation.
Following a chance meeting in my studio and a discussion about the fascinating life of birds, in particular pigeons, a slot in a small shopfront has been offered to me……
i am going to be designing and carving a map of paris out of linoleum so i can print it, to the size of 180cm X 150cm and will show stages here when they occer, im also thinking of time […]
In June 2008 Gordon Flemons and I started a second collaboration, set in Basildon with open ended timescale, focus of interest, media and outcomes. Would it work? In autumn 2007 we formed our first collaboration "Caught in the Act" which […]
During the Eastbourne Festival 2008 I held an unofficial Solo Exhibition at 'The Counting House' Eastbourne, East Sussex Isolation is a series of paintings which involves the viewer to collaborate and respond. Thought provoking, Who are you? This year I […]
I am back for a second time at Cite Internationale des Arts. I found my stay last year of such great benefit that I applied to come back this Autom. It is an inspiring place to work as well as […]
I am currently writing up fieldwork with Aboriginal groups across New South Wales (Australia). Our discussions have been about contemporary cultures of Aboriginal identity, government policy and wellbeing. I work for a large government department (as an anthropologist), I am […]
An account of the process of conceiving, developing and producing a 2 week interactive textile installation commission for Origin: The London Crafts Fair, Somerset House, London this coming October.
Well the blog instructions are stated for bloggin about project developments, and that can be good but not necessarily helpful when I'm in the throw of things,( where is the time) so thought I'd do this the other way round, […]