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Another part of Aberystwyth show

This is another part of the Aberystwyth show, that formed one of the other screens. It is an animation, printed onto perspex squares held by many people, that when run together make an animation. The squares were put in the […]

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Hope to Change, Act to Achieve

Been working o another animation, this one focuses on the issue of climate change and the need for more green energy sources. Im especially interested in this issue as in my local area a 9 turbine wind farm is in […]

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Aberystwyth show comes down, now putting videos up

  The show at Aberystwyth Arts Centre comes down, so I am now going to be putting up the videos that formed the three screen installation. The first video, is Dummy run, where we animate a life size figure, stop […]

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Moving paper

I’ve set my self the goal of making something in the studio every day, based on a list of starting points to further my practice. One of my current concerns is collecting and arranging collage off-cuts and I’m experimenting with […]

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The journey of ‘To accrete n.05 movie stills’

Nine months ago I made the initial version of To accrete n.05 movie stills which transfers a collaged physical artwork into a series of still shots. It fractures viewing into small slices that gradually reveal a whole, an exercise both […]

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Coloured Sea Urchin Containers
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a-n Magazine March 2009

Contents include: In Collaborative relationships Brian Mcclave & Gavin Peacock on how they joined forces within their artistic careers; Tracey Eastham discusses bad curating in debate; Artist residency programmes in the UK and beyond. Plus Hans Borgonjon profile and Richard […]

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Installation view of Wysing Arts Centre Gallery
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Animated

Wysing Arts Centre, Bourn, Cambridge
18 January – 1 March

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New animations

Animate Projects is looking for ambitious, original and thought-provoking proposals that develop the possibilities of animation: films that explore ideas of what animation is, with new forms and processes, compelling narratives, and challenging content.

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