BA Hons in Fine Art and tea drinking!
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In 2008-2009 I will be involved in an exhibition reinvestigating Freud's idea of the uncanny managed by Matt Roberts Arts. I would like to use this blog to host my developing ideas and research.
A year long residency in West Penwith: Re-Connecting: layers of people and place; feet to ground (of practice); practice within sites of wider context www.veronicavickery.co.uk
In November 2007, David was awarded the annual Go Make! bursary. This years brief involved a response to a quote by the writer Ossie Stuart, who puts forward the suggestion that "…there is a temptation to represent the experience of […]
We're are hosting an exhibition and artists' workshops at Freightliners City Farm in April and May 2008. This group blog will document what we're up to as we get to know the farm and its animals and people, and begin […]
NO PARKING is a Derby based collective. We are occupying a shop for 1 week in Derby City Centre and filling it with ART. I'm blogging bits and pieces of how it unfolds from where I sit.
The study revolves around ‘survival’. Surviving as a result of using art as a language, to make room to move, to find space and healing. The process follows the grief after a personal loss; dealing with post traumatic stress and […]
Here i will be documenting the journeys i have taken, hope to take and plan to take.
Video Installation in progress at Tang Gallery, Bangkok, Jun 2008
sponsorship for my degree show. I am wanting to make a room within a room to accommodate my large canvases. I have tried speaking to various timber merchants and partitioning companys. Has anyone else had this problem? Or how did […]
Projects unedited blog by Alex Pearl
Painting/Printmaking BA (Hons)
A little blog to see how things go.
Projects unedited blog by Rachel Lois Clapham
A house made of newspapers? Why? Where? By Who? Whatever for?
I am in my final year of my Fine Art degree course at Northumbria. We have 60 students in our year all working in various mediums; paint, print, sculpture, installation, photography, performance, video. As a year group we have all […]
Creating new paintings for a solo exhibition titled 'Hundreds' at Milton Keynes Contemporary in March 2008.www.miltonkeynescontemporary.co.uk
Why does only one in four paintings work? My method is simple – I gad around the countryside, look for attractive trees, then sit and paint. Who knows what'll happen (though probably one in four will succeed). My aim is […]
Kai-Oi Jay Yung (Fine Art, University of Dundee) is an interdisciplinary artist concerned with identity and our increasing obsession with spirituality. "I am intent on exposing our search for jouissance in this post everything era of top 100 lists."
Mike Hall (School of Art, The University of Wales, Aberystwyth) makes installations, modified objects and paintings within a museological environment: “The work is informed by the impact of history on our lives and how response can be conditioned by information, […]
New graduate from Nottingham Trent BA Fine Art course. Artist and writer. www.alexandriaclark.com
Reviews unedited blog by Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva
This is my first blog to accompany my first official residency. Over the course of a week (18th Feb – 22nd Feb) I will be in residence at the Victoria Quarter in Leeds City centre, daily from about 11am – […]
Last week I finally took that step and put myself onto the world wide web (www.bethbarlow.com). And I feel pretty good about.
I recently completed a three months residency at in Paris. My residency at Cite Internationale des Arts was a great opportunity to meet artists from all over the world, as most countries have at least one live in studio on […]