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Collaboration

Last week brought about the culmination of a collaborative project I have been working on for a few weeks. Part of our course requires us to work collaboratively in a group of 3 students to use a project space (empty […]

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Week 90: 2nd – 8th June

After hearing artist Dr Nicky Bird speak about her work Question for Seller at the Leeds Artist Book Fair in March, I thought it would be useful to meet her for a tutorial. Dr Bird was the first person to graduate […]

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Week 81: 31st March – 6th April

I’m now over halfway through the PhD and so far I’ve been using my time to explore different ideas and processes which, although loosely related to my topic, still feel quite disparate in approach. The common thread running through my […]

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Re:view so far…

This is my first chance to post since handing in my online ACE application. After many discussions with artists and producers as part of my Re:view bursary I decided to apply for Grants for the Arts, Research and Development with […]

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Untitled blog post from "Practice as research"

Week 70: 13th – 19th JanuaryIn thinking about the nature of museums, I have focused on the ways in which artists have critiqued the (art) museum format. However, as my initial project focused on anthropological concerns, I felt it necessary […]

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Untitled blog post from "Practice as research"

Week 66: 16th – 22nd DecemberMy return to a focus on material was timely, as this week was the first in a series of Leverhulme institutes by visiting professor Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, which was all about matter. Professor Christov-Bakargiev was named […]

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Untitled blog post from "11/11/13 – 11/03/14"

And so, to continue: “We’re all in this together” (cont’d)! Judith – Arts are a necessity. How do we prove it? The electorate needs convincing. Politicians on arts ticket are likely to lose the election. Artadmin’s been going for 34 […]

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Conference report: artists and technologists at Seven on Seven

The Seven on Seven conference in London paired seven artists with seven technologists and challenged them to create and present something new in 24 hours. But as Lesley Taker reports, the event was as much about developing new dialogues and potential future collaborations as it was about creating ‘neat’ outcomes.

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Conference report: Curators’ Network

Maurice Carlin reports from the opening weekend of the Curators’ Network event in Madrid which looked at interconnectivity between “decentralised” local networks around the globe, and how curators, artists and organisations across Europe are dealing with economic and political transition.

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Untitled blog post from "Practice as research"

Week 28: 25th – 31st MarchGiven the social nature of the objects I am defining, I think it would be useful to consider the concept and impact of Relational Aesthetics in contemporary art. This term, identified by the French art […]

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Untitled blog post from "Rubbish"

Currently watching: Pacific Standard Time Symposium: Artists & Archives at The Getty Research Institute 12/11/11 http://www.getty.edu/research/exhibitions_events/e… The keynote is from Sven Spieker: New Archival Practice. He quotes Thomas Hirschhorn; “To connect what cannot be connected – that’s what my job […]

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Untitled blog post from "Reciprocity"

‘… Milky Way You Will Hear Me Call …’ Exhibition and talk event: Wild Pansy Press Project Space, University of Leeds 15 October 2012 I wanted to write about attending this event in the context of generosity and gift for […]

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Carpets of Distinction
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Carpets of Distinction

Edinburgh tapestry studios celebrate centenary with showroom of hand-tufted rugs designed by contemporary artists.

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Untitled blog post from "practicing"

Last night, I went to a dinner organized by PEW charitable trusts, a big arts funder in the US. I liked their description of the characteristics of the curatorial projects they favour: ‘Excellence, imagination, courage’. There were about fifteen or […]

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Untitled blog post from "a networked practice"

I have just sent out the first instalment of my mailing list! It read as follows: Welcome to the first instalment of the Ryan Hughes Projects Mailing List! I’ve got a few things going on over the next few months […]

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Postgraduate focus

Here, we profile a selection of courses offering postgraduate level study for artists seeking to develop their practice further within creative, supportive and critically challenging environments.

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