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THE SKYSCRAPER INDEX

A series of sculptures based the strange equivalence of architecture of financial districts across the world. The series examines the idea that today’s tallest towers are more than simply buildings: they represent a belief system that is ubiquitous throughout the […]

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A Brief Account

Considering architecture in the age of the Anthropocene: a site based investigation on Hawaii Island

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Red & Green

A studio visit with curator Helen Nisbet (currently curatorial fellow at Cubitt Gallery London) included discussion around mapping spaces, particularly the presentation and re-presentation of place in paint.  I have been deeply involved in a commission to make work in […]

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Assemble and Simon Terrill, The Ostrich and the Kipper, 2017, installation view, 'Parallel (of Life and) Architecture, The Edge, Bath. Courtesy: The Edge
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Art and architecture: the Smithsons – their legacy and ideas explored

Culminating in a day-long symposium on the ‘ideas, impact and architecture’ of Robin Hood Gardens’ architects Alison and Peter Smithson, the group show ‘Parallel (of Life and) Architecture’ includes a collaboration between Assemble and London-based artist Simon Terrill. Chris Sharratt finds out more.

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‘Shoal’ brings new light to Biosciences!

Installed in August 2017 in the Biosciences Department of Durham University, this stunning installation sweeps through the space and is transforming the atrium with an amazing display of light and colour. On loan from the National Glass Centre and located […]

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Miami Moderne

Jenny Steele’s research project ‘Miami Moderne’ is supported by an Artists International Development Grant from Arts Council England and The British Council. She will be researching into 1930s-1940s modernist seafront architecture within Miami Beach.

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Barcelona Pavilion

Fig. 1 Gillian Lock-Bowen, Pavilion, 2017 The Barcelona Pavilion was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969) as the German National Pavilion for the Barcelona International Exhibition, 1929. An analysis of this building reflects the aims I have pursued […]

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January 2017 – Durham University Artist in Residence

An exciting start to 2017 with my appointment as Artist in Residence at Durham University. Supported by the Leverhulme Trust, this appointment will enable me to build on the exciting work currently underway in the En’Light’en project, which has been […]

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