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STILL MORPHING…

Where to start? Probably best to forget about the gap between then and now and just begin with today. There are these things I made last year. They looked a bit like boulders… but like bad scenery boulders. They were […]

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Free Falling – Covid

So its 5;44 am and I can’t sleep! like many of you I am navigating the unfolding news and impact on the self employed and all those in the creative sector. It’s worrying times for all with so much uncertainty. […]

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Ross Fleming, 'Flemings Lemons', 2020, installation view. Photo; Richard Taylor
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Flemings Lemons

A prematurely-shut participatory installation by Renfrewshire-based artist Ross Fleming, which included ingredients such as Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), lemons, condoms, and badges in transparent goodie bags.

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Still Life: Caroline Wendling at Kettle’s Yard

‘I search always for this stillness, which penetrates our fullest activity and even our sleep’ [Jim Ede] The absence of a visible kitchen at Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge is a startling omission in a house which is otherwise convincingly domestic: […]

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That’s Why You Should never Swallow Bubble Gum

Ten days ago Roberto and I welcomed friends, colleagues, regular supporters and some new faces to That’s Why You Never Swallow Bubble Gum – Roberto’s wonderfully colourfully “absurd” exhibition installation at Glitter Ball showroom & projects.   To say that […]

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Changing landscape

This is probably my final post for this project – it seems a bit weird amidst all that is going on. However, my plan was to share some final images and thoughts on my installation in ‘Fool’s Gold’, my two […]

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Part-time Cooperative Treasurer

We are looking for a Cooperative Treasurer to develop the cooperative’s economic infrastructure with support from the co-directors.

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#COVID – Now will someone listen to me???

I’ve been here highlighting these issues for around six years now. With arts organisations going on about social prescribing, but still my wages to do that are spurious. And of course, I can’t plan any more workshops to clear my […]

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Studio news in the light of Coronavirus

Friday 20th March. I thought I was so lucky to have my studio now. It meant I had a change of scene. I’ve been making a safe dash from the  carpark –  to the studio. Once inside I felt safe […]

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