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Involuntary México Opens Tonight In México City CDMX

Here’s what the notices for our Involuntary Mexico show about Involuntary México which opens tonight: Involuntary Mexico is part of the activities with which the Collective Transportation System Metro of Mexico City, celebrates its 50 years. The subway that encompasses […]

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Sliding Moments

The post heart attack meanderings of an ordinary man in an extraordinary world.

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Event Exhibition

Love + Rage

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  • Venue:
    Atrium Space, Barbican Arts Group Trust
  • From:
    September 13, 2019
  • To:
    September 22, 2019
  • Location:
    London
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This is Now

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  • Venue:
    Rossocinabro Gallery
  • From:
    August 28, 2019
  • To:
    August 31, 2019
  • Location:
    Italy
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Wild Swim, Wales

I went on a Creative Swim Day with viviennerickman.co.uk and this is one of the photos she took of me during the swim. Plunging into water in the environment as opposed to an indoor pool is just magical. And this […]

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An Encounter with a Gatekeeper.

The other week I had a meeting with a gatekeeper and he tore my work to shreds. He wasn’t someone I’ve ever worked with or met before. (crucially he wasn’t in any way associated with any of the organisations I’m […]

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Exhibiting Botanical Essences

This July arts initiative Fronteer – which I co-founded and co-run with artist Sharon Mossbeck –  are staging an exhibition at Exchange Place Studios, Sheffield. The exhibition is entitled Botanicals and features art pertaining to the theme of botanics, all […]

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Postcards

I have a collection of postcards built up over many years, of pictures which interest me. So I sort through them and pick out ones that seem connected to the embryonic ideas floating around my mind. Then I look at […]

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So ‘What’s next?’ is I wait a little

I also spend time thinking about how to break them up. Grinding up ceramic had seemed a relatively simple proposition. Breaking up pieces of metal presents more of a challenge to someone with a primary practice of performance and photography.

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What next?

So here are my artefacts, from which I have committed to make a new piece of work, by breaking them up to use as raw material. I read the letter to the artists that came with them and am a […]

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What’s inside?

So I open my parcel, in some trepidation. I am very excited. It’s come all that way! What’s it going to be? It’s Priority Mail, very well wrapped and I can’t get in. There’s a letter to the artist, which […]

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Ineligible

Making a piece of work for art/archaeology

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The Society for Life After Soil 

In the wake of climate change may we utilise perfumery as a means of preserving vulnerable botanical specimens, subverting our expectations of perfumery and re-positioning it as a tool for preservation in the process? That’s what my latest range of […]

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