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FRESH AIR!

Every now and then the generous people at Martyr’s Gallery in Lewes offer an opportunity for an artist to take over their space for one of those very special, no-expectations, no-strings-attached developmental residencies. Their version of this amazing gift is […]

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REDUCE, RE-USE, RECYCLE

I sort of feel as if I should be making more effort to save the planet. I’ve been thinking about it in my work for quite a while – how to use more environmentally methods and materials – but actually there […]

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180 degrees for an hour

3.30pm One of the things that I made a considered decision about during the Once In A Universe project was that I would embrace the use of the materials of the Anthropocene – silicone, plastics and batteries being the main […]

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Day 2: Once In A Universe residency

Really enjoying developing this work which, although grounded in my research around science, technology, evolution and change in the Anthropocene, now begins to take on a life of its own – both physically and metaphorically. Today’s progess: 2 x Letraset drawings (here’s […]

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DAY 1: Once In A Universe Residency

Here we go! The culmination of my year long development project, Once In A Universe, begins here. It’s the start of a two week residency at the Devonshire Collective’s DC1 Gallery. I’ll be working in the space every day and […]

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Fotofonty and The Blueprints

It sounds like the name of a band, but Fotofonty has nothing to do with the music business and the blueprints are of the cyanotype variety. Image above: Elizabeth Doak Last month I worked with photographer Elizabeth Doak and graphic designer Maja […]

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