Thanks to the a-n Professional Development Bursary I’ve started down a new road. Wish me luck.
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Prints and Drawings 2018
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A two-week research trip to L.A, supported by a 2017 Travel Bursary.
A live art work / running performance produced in conjunction with Art Language Location for the exhibition PLACE at the Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge
Pilot Galeri, Istanbul, April 2016
In 2017 I completed my PhD which considered the commemoration of Duncan Edwards England & MU footballer who died as a result of injuries he sustained in the 1958 Munich Air Disaster. Will my academic research influence me as an artist now it’s completed?
A dialogue of Japanese art, converting this largely vertical art form into a horizontal wearable piece. (commission)
Cecilia Stenbom will showcase her new work, Rules of Engagement (U), alongside a selection of other short films and a Q&A.
Cheeseburn and The Gillian Dickinson Trust support a third artist in a £6,500 commission
Hi this is an introductory blog to say hi and tell you a wee bit about myself and my work.
This Professional Development Bursary was to pay for mentoring from curators to help me develop and contextualise my practice within current curatorial thinking. Aiming to examine and reflect on my work and make future plans for directions and potential outcomes.
A Tree Sculpture for the City of Culture, Hull. Titled – Politicians. Carved out of a Chestnut tree the piece is 6M high.
A Wych Elm tree stump carved for the City of Culture during 2017 with the brief ‘poetic’ and title as above. A whimsical and child oriented carving in Hulls delightful Pearson Park.
Endless Horizons & Ever-changing Skies: An Exploration of the Colour & Forms of the British Landscape
Somer Inspirations and exhibition 2d and 3d work by Somerset Artists
Various adventures in Letterpress with an aim to inform and improve my practice and explore the possibility of future collaborations.
I’m making a noose for myself_2012- In Seoul, there is a famous bridge, Mapo Bridge, which is referred to as the ‘Suicide Bridge’ because, tragically, many people jump off this bridge to take their lives. Personally, I do not […]
2018 has already started to be a year of creativity and design. This has been spurred in part by my recent recovery from PTSD, using EMDR therapy. In the darkness I made myself a vow, to shine a light on what I do. So, my first commission heads to its new owner this afternoon.
The Mourning Stone Project began in February 2015 and is an exploration of a chalk Downland landscape in relation to loss.
A Preview of the H_A_R_D_P_A_I_N_T_I_N_G exhibition at Phoenix Brighton.
From January to March 2018, I am resident at x-church in Gainsborough. Over this period I will work with members of the different communities of x-church to develop a body of work about what it means to be a resident in this part of Britain.
This blog will document the development of my practice and my PhD thesis Traces and What’s Left: Constructing a Communicative Form as an Art Practice as research in the Music Department at the University of Aberdeen.
“Life is a life sentence;
life is passing time;
life is freethinking.” Tehching Hsieh
A blog in which I attempt to chart progress in 2018.