Being the Meetings Coordinator suits me very well. As soon as the fair began the memory of weeks of stress and anxiety fell away and I throughly enjoyed dashing around introducing myself to all the moderators/hosts and seeing names […]
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The reason for me to include Douglas Gordon’s work is because I feel like his projection of American Psycho is a great reference to my own projection/performance. Slowing down the projection could resolve in a disturbing, yet interesting artwork. The […]
This blog might be a goodbye tribute, perhaps it serves as a way of coming to terms with change because of a new ecological experiment in my local woodlands in a very important woodland SSSI site close to where I live. This is a place I know extremely well with a changing future.
I saw Jill Magit’s work in one of our workshops I believe. Her work really left an impression on me as I really love performance art and her’s is just so different from others. In the future, I want to […]
Thinking about re-doing my works? In general, I don’t want to completely change my works, but I am thinking about editing some bits of some. For example with my painting, I have submitted my painting to one magazine(successfully!!) and I […]
CUBE exhibition mock-up Because I did many drawings and doodles focused on my little exhibition, I wanted to go to a digital version of it to look more closely on the connection between the colours. The painting is black and […]
The effects the combination of COVID-19 and Brexit has on self-representing international artists planning to exhibit in London.
Drawing is having a visual impact as well as being a tool in conversation. It can be a way to interact and communicate in a personal language that makes perfect sense to its author. This workshop emphasized on the many […]