We are a peer group of artists that haven’t met together for nearly a decade. We have all worked individually on our practices and felt the pressures of production, coping with a range of barriers. These challenges might have […]
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This is the story of my journeys to the mystical land of Virtual Reality, offloading here the insights I brought back on my ship.
We are a group called Stair/Slide Space who will be asking the question “What does it mean to drop out?” through our peer learning group session. The topic of dropping out is very timely, with many of us falling out […]
With her work and indeed this book, Misselbrook is asking questions of her audience, and herself. We journey with her, and that is how I arrive here, having responded to a question.
“Can you hear me?”
‘Lost in Space’. This week on display in the studio is an oil painting from one of David’s collections. The group of paintings are a combination of abstract shapes, colour and faces with figurative depictions of iconic figures including James Dean and Rudolph Valentino.
Casting with the Asantehene’s Goldsmith in Kumasi – Ghana.
Inspiration, reason and development of my 1 week self-initiated residency in Glasgow
STATIC – Sarah Cole and Annis Joslin – is a research project exploring immersive technologies, access and experiences of domestic violence. This blog will share some of our experiments and learning whilst in residence at FuseBox, Wired Sussex.
Lady Kitt and Dan Russell’s Artists Make Change Peer Learning Group for the North East of England.
Why do we want to keep mementos of the dead? Shortly after filmmaker Agnès Varda died, I went to Paris to learn from her life — and take a piece of it home with me.
We are a group of artists, curators and arts educators, where the majority are members of Young Blood Initiative, an international community of artists that aims to explore other ways to create and collaborate. We have set up this study […]
Over the past few years I have focussed on negative painting as I find that this approach really allows the vibrancy of transparent layers of paint to shine out of the painting.
An outstanding classical siyah qalam drawing (soot and brush) on paper by 16th Century artist Muhammad Herati.
BA-LF: How to apply the Doughnut Economics Thinking & Teal Paradigm to an Artists Network and Beyond.
Finally putting my a-n Artists Bursary to good use and climbing the learning curve of coding.
Timeline of a new challenge: Online Art Workshops
October 2020 brings a new colour scheme inspired by a friends washing line in the Gambia. I’ve translated this into underglaze colours but then started to see the colours everywhere! These colours will be used on a series of pots […]
Initially ideas and planning this show came from books and from a box of local history that I keep in the attic. Having left my hometown of Newbiggin-by-the-sea back in 2007 my approach is to an extent looking back. Memories […]
Analogue and digital collaboration exploring ideas around Co-operation, Moderation and Equality
Every modern-day artist now needs a wide array of skills beyond the traditionally recognised skills
An understanding of Omnology
The small paintings are a new collection in the study of “The Way We Are” that has examined the creation of painting and the human state. They are a kaleidoscope of colour and movement. The funny characters, rich backgrounds and […]
Conversations with artists about their work and the creative process
Check out these YouTube introductory videos on some essential Creative Technology tools for artists, students and young people that I made at BOM