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From the wilderness into the wasteland

Returning to work full time as an artist after 17 years out of the ‘scene’… this mid fifties man’s weekly thoughts and experiences of how tough it is to get ‘back in’

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Day 4 – Kurt Schwitters Merz Barn Residency

Today’s mini-project revolved around the notion of how we remember surface colours and how our eyes respond to light. Batchelor writes about the way in which we see colours as the property of the object. Even in different lighting conditions; […]

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Vanitas series

This is the sort of project I love; concerns from my existing practice colliding with an external provocation (in this case, to respond to the collection of Maidstone Museum) to trigger a new idea. I’ve chosen to re-imagine what a […]

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Journals/years of words

Journal writing = hard work. I want to honour the work, and explore the conduits of mind, hand, pen, paper, eye, mind, hand…

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MA BLOG

My MA revolves around what it is to be human and in particular, my very personal relationship to illness, disability and invisibility.

We were asked to detail our thoughts and ideas about our work in a blog to be validated by our tutors….so I did

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Event Exhibition

Making A Mark

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    Leyden Gallery
  • From:
    October 14, 2014
  • To:
    October 18, 2014
  • Location:
    London
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Research Objectives, Reflections & Returning.

Residencies are as diverse as the practitioners, organisations and environments that host them. From fee paying to sponsored, rural to urban and global to local. They provide a matrix for investigation, invention and exploration (at best) and at worst they […]

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Printing up and down

My wallpaper for Sheffield Bazaar at Castle House is inspired by the up/down motion of the lifts it surrounds. With two opposing arrows against the tops of the doors which signal the movement of repetative behaviour, once enacted in the […]

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