‘Evidence’ is the title of the new works which I produced while on an eight-week Year of the Artist residency at Killhope Lead Mining Centre in County Durham. Five pieces were sited in the woodland which surrounds the mine. The […]
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The dual meaning of this Marxist supposition informs my current body of work, in which the purposeful activity of a nation has defined the external/internal caricature of its people. Heritage parks, the spirit of ‘retro’ and UK Gold are the […]
‘Parallel Objects’ is the inaugural show of my fellowship at Kettle’s Yard and New Hall in Cambridge. It brings together work from the last five years, during which time I have worked on three main series of drawings and paintings […]
One of the benefits of working on land art projects is the beautiful locations. The commission I have recently completed at Court Yard Farm was no exception. The working farm is just inland from Hunstanton on the North Norfolk coast. […]
As part of a major extension to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton, a programme of new building led to the creation of an enclosed courtyard. As part of the ‘Percent for Art scheme’, Brighton Health Care held a […]
I was recently commissioned by Taigh Chearsabhagh Art Centre (TCAC) in North Uist, Western Isles, to undertake a community sculpture project in Locheport. The commission was part of TCAC’s ongoing ‘Roadend Projects’ to celebrate the unique identities and environments of […]
St Chad’s Church a red-brick Victorian building in Hackney recently hosted ‘Aldgate and other Astrocities’ a solo exhibition of my photographs and objects. The Church is a meeting place for FLOM (First London Outsider Movement) a collective of international musicians, […]
I recently completed a mosaic commission on the island of Skyros in Greece, for Skyros Holistic holidays. I was able to choose any site that appealed to me within the holiday complex (within reason). I chose a pear-shaped seating area […]
I created Loom House (pictured) while I was working as artist-in-residence at Oriel 31 in Newtown, Powys during June. The ty-gwydd (loom house) was historically an outhouse in which a couple of looms were kept when weaving was still a […]
My current installation work challenges what I believe to be one of the most mysoginistic and succesfull ad campaigns of the 90s – the Wonderbra advert.
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