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My lens-based artist practice had led me to discover a new way of merging video with reality. I wanted to find out what I could do with this this new invention and learn the digital skills I needed to make work with it.
blog plotting my practice, life and work during 2019.
Anna Stanley is a maker of stitched, printed and painted textiles. Following a textile degree at Loughbrough College of Art she pursued a career in healthcare. The experience born of observation,reflection and investigation informs her creative practice.
Honest and generous writing in relation to my expanded-drawing practice, the things I do and everything else in between. Thoughts, ideas, experiences, reflections…
Taken from my original blog at www.laurensaundersart.co.uk/blog
In August I had my last mentoring session with Rory Pilgrim, which along with a discussion day for moving image was funded by an A-N Artist Bursary.
This is what happened next.
Earlier this year I received an A-N artist bursary. I used the bursary for mentoring sessions with the artist Rory Pilgrim and to run a moving image discussion day at Rame Projects (Cornwall) for artists working in Devon and Cornwall. […]
A blog about Create to Move – a collaborative project with Emma Macleod, Fiona Hermse and Emma Snellgrove. We were supported by AN to develop our working practice through a residency as part of the Artist Bursary 2018. This blog is a reflection on our residencies.
Intention: to develop my current practice beyond cardboard structures and explore a move into ceramic, focusing on the sculptural possibilities and limitations of paper clay to create more robust forms with the potential to endure outdoor environments.
Revisiting an old friend and inspiration
Information about setting up as a limited company and interviews with creative businesses
The A-N bursary has funded continued research project that began with ‘Anatomy of an artist’, a commission for Independent Dance/Siobhan Davies in May 2016 and the ‘Art of Self Care’ seminar at Bethlem Royal Hospital, July 2016. Both the commission […]
Part five of a series of blog posts documenting my research visit to the Finish Bioarts Society.
A-N have supported my professional development to explore self publishing and print in Tokyo, Japan over 5 days.
People and Places / Contemporary Art and the New Forest
Part four of a series of blog posts documenting my research visit to the Finish Bioarts Society.
This blog will elaborate on my research and work supported by 2018 a_n Artist Bursary.
Part three of a series of blog posts documenting my research visit to the Finish Bioarts Society.
Summer 2018 I walked the 268-mile Pennine Way as Unsolicited Artist in Residence. This series of walks forms the research stage of my new project, ‘Horizons Are Important’. I want to connect with other artists and learn about their practice while making new work in the process.
I recently had the opportunity to visit Delhi and Rajasthan, and started looking at making new work investigating the activities of street dogs (The Cynics of Rajasthan). I was able to take portraits of over 200 street/village dogs and plan now to create new film/performance work
After spending a week researching Ethnographic Museum in Krakow archive I went for a residency in University of Folk Art and Craft, located in Wola Sekowa – remote village South East of Poland. During my residency time there were ceramic […]
In spare time over the past few months I have been building a prototype printing press for my wood block prints.
In May 2018, in support of a-n 2018 Bursary, I visited Ethnographic Museum in Krakow, Poland archives. I been mostly interested in researching these materials that are regarding love (love letters and songs) and women rituals, I also focused on […]
Investigating people and places through the mediums of animation, illustration, installation and storytelling.
Hello, and welcome to my blog, where I write stuff about being and becoming an art technician; failing and succeeding in an environment which is often male-dominated. But more than anything else, this blog is me, looking for my tribe. I know you’re out there!