Hortus is a project which involves research into early practices of collecting and cataloguing as exemplified by the sixteenth century botanic gardens and libraries of Padua (IT) and Leiden (NL).
Artist Bursary - a-n The Artists Information Company
A research project funded by A-N Artist Bursary (2019).
Above image: object/detail from installation, ‘as small as the world and as large as alone.’ shown at Project78Gallery, St Leonards on Sea, 2019
In May 2018 I was invited to make a new work for Scaffold Gallery’s group exhibition There is No Such Thing as Boredom, at Paradise Works, Salford. The work was a response to the provocation in the title of […]
The Fourth International Teaching Artist Conference (ITAC4) was held in New York City, thanks to an artist bursary from a-n I was able to attend.
WEEK 4 Recap Moving freely in the space. Maintaining a closeness to somebody, keeping distance from another. Moving with imagined connections with the whole group, with the whole group in your vision. Thinking anatomically, moving with the spine, the […]
In March Sarah and I were awarded the a-n professional development project. The aim of the project was to inspire and teach us how to create larger, more ambitious work in the form of an immersive space. We began the […]
Noticing lots of weeny gardens in Amsterdam. Little patches of soil tucked into oblong brick recesses on the pavement alongside apartments. I’m interested that things grow here in such tiny spaces. Grot Gardens Tall Yellow Rose Trees And this is […]