Read all about it ! Highlighting my 5 best reads from last year. The Exform by Nicholas Bourriaud Forever and a day it feels like someone has been talking of Bourriaud and his theories on Contemporary Art and life, But […]
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“Artists as a profession are peculiar and susceptible to suicide. The solitary nature of their work and the consequent potential for disproportionate self-doubt represent a toxic combination. Oscar Kokoschka even claimed in 1923…. it as an Artistic privilege: My work contains everything […]
Mixed media paintings using collage and acrylic paint
Exploring ways of making performance practice with small audiences more sustainable for artists
This blog charts the progress of my project ‘Seaworthy Vessel’, an ongoing participatory project that uses the concept of seaworthiness in ships as a metaphor for emotional resilience in the face of physical trauma in people.
Spreading the word about Quilling – the Art of Paper Filigree
The central focus is a trip of to engage with historic archives from the 15th century epidemic witch-hunts in the South of Sweden municipality of Småland both through archives at Växjö University & working with the craft of glass-blowing at the so called Kingdom of Glass.
A textural exploration of London’s flora and fauna.
New work by Sara Hayward RCA showing at Worcester Cathedral this summer.
Once I was a young artist raised in the sixties and living the seventies. To the art school came the man raised in the twenties and living the Reformation; he is the assessor. He sallies forth into the studio and […]
As an emerging multidisciplinary artist I voice my explorations through the use of everyday objects, sculpture, material manipulations, metaphors and subject research.
Having been recently awarded the A-N artist bursary (many thanks!), my aim is to gain new experiences relating to ideas of construction….
It’s all about my art practice.
Going to market……
Developing the use of everyday choreographies, movement, gestures, performative texts, and encounter as process for translating into peripheral and public spaces.
I arrived during the preview week of the Venice Biennale as a recipient of an A-N Artist Bursary 2019. Curated by Ralph Rugoff, and named May You Live in Interesting Times, I wondered if the 58th International Art Exhibition could possibly […]
A record of being part in the 29th Process-Space Art Fetival in Plovdiv, International Cityof Culture 2019. How fourteen artists from seven countries, lived and worked together, discovered the ancient city and local arts scene and how they made work for the festival.
I have been looking at the work of Austrian avant-garde artist Renate Bertlmann for the last year and I recently visited the Austrian Pavillion in the Venice Biennale, where her work was exhibited. Bertlmann’s work consists of female figures who grapple […]
Astound 2019 – Contemporary Art Exhibition – 10th Anniversary
Nicholson Art Gallery – Stockwell Street Leek
1st to 22nd June
Open 10am – 3.45pm, Monday to Saturday – Free entry
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An introduction to ‘I am Playing’ – two playful research trips funded by a-n Artist Bursaries 2019.
By Elena Brake
My experience of the first workshop held at Manchester Museum by Experimental Designs organised by Manchester University Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health.
Introduction to a new practice pilot project.
Artist residency at Limbo Project Space, Margate