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Connectivity

The project goes slow, other factors have powers over workshops: sickness, planned activities, sometimes blues on the other side. It seems that art projects are a fluid matter which adapts and changes along with their development. Especially, now, when some […]

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The publication

Front cover: Back cover:   Initially, the idea for a book was very different to the book now. The working concept of the book is the loose associations between objects, labels and diagrams, and the formations of metaphors. I changed […]

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Both and …

In Swedish one often says ’both and’ rather than just ’both’ – as in ’I want to have both’ (Jag vill ha både och). This feels particularly relevant at the moment. In eleven days I will have two studios: one […]

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making plans

so it’s now february and the internals of the museum have taken shape and the recant of the collections is well underway.  the non linear work now has a presence on site with the installation of the hardware.     […]

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Job Awards

Young Emerging Artisan Award

An opportunity for a young artist or maker between 21-30 yrs old, living in the Peak District or surrounding areas to join Peak District Artisans. This group has been established for 30 years and exhibits regularly in the area. We are offering free membership for a year & £150

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Carbon Synthesis – Field notes and discoveries.

12th Feb sub zero frozen landscape before me. Light was bright and crystal blue. New Moon. Results from the first tests encouraged me to find a larger waterproof pouch to submerge my cyanotypes in the pools overnight. The results from […]

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Carbon Synthesis – Field notes and discoveries.

Using the bird hide which historically was an observation point (until it was burnt down) I am embarking on some small experiments.  I like the idea of using an old observation point for these new observations and conversations with plants. […]

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Dawn of a New Day

British Egyptian artist Nazir Tanbouli ushered in 2021 with a solo show of paintings at Cairo’s Picasso gallery.

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30 Day Creative Gathering: Head For Heights

It always astounds me how plants appear to have a head for heights. Plants don’t feel wobbly (or they disguise it well if they do!) or fall off ladders unless someone wobbles them. Is this a tip for life? Stand […]

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Job Residencies

CULTIVATING (more) FLIGHT IN BLUE SKIES

Cultivating (more) Flight in Blue Skies is the second residency and commission opportunity produced by Coventry Biennial, DASH and Talking Birds that is designed to support a Midlands based d/Deaf, disabled or neurodivergent visual artist.

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Hashtags – 18/02/21

Too many hashtags can be “annoying” (Newberry, 2020) and ruin your business’ Instagram – “11 hashtags is a good number to start with” (Newberry, 2020). Niche hashtags work better than popular ones.   However, once an artist is well known […]

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Job Professional Development

(Algo|Afro) Futures

(Algo|Afro)futures is a mentoring programme for early career Black artists in the West Midlands who want to explore the creative potential of live coding.

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The Start

A quick introduction to what this blog is all about.

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Job Commissions

Research-Based Curatorial Project 2021

OCAT Institute is pleased to announce the official launch of the 2021 Research-Based Curatorial Project. We are now accepting research-based exhibition proposals from the academic and art circles.

fairy stories for lost child hoods art exhibition
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Fairy Stories for Lost Child Hoods Art Exhibition

A visual art exhibition of over a dozen mixed media and acrylic paint based wall hung collage style Canvas based artworks accompanied by a digital guide, a making of video and associated sounds.

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