At MOCA London’s lockdown event ‘Focus Zoom’, Quilla Constance introduced her video ‘Pukijam’ (2015) as an articulation of the constant activation between her black and white heritage; how her biracial subject position might enable more liberating modes of being.
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The second episode of ‘Plague for Plague’s Sake’, which is available to watch here, sees me use the word ‘abracadabra’ to ward off unhealthy spirits. This video was created at the same time as the first episode. As such, similar […]
A collection of contemporary blown and cut glass jars with woodturned lids. These were an expression of the sanctuary I get from walking in woodlands and were a craft collaboration between myself and Bob Hastie Woodturner on the Isle of […]
(well… four actually, but who’s counting?) I’m currently reading Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear, by Elizabeth Gilbert. I liked the bit about ideas having their own life, and looking for a person to collaborate with in order to be […]
This week I get my sewing machine back from my daughter and will be able to continue with the making side of this project. The masks are all ready to stitch together, with names sewn in by hand, but the […]
For part of my phd proposal, I want to look at rural locations and explore what this means in terms of fine art and domestic settings, particularly ones with an abuse of the power relationships, this is partly due to […]
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