Working in our individual studios, we meet three times throughout the day. Here are our individual reflections and thoughts from the day’s actions, thinking and events. Louisa Chambers: Day 1: Lists It’s a lists kind of day after a frantic […]
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Venue:Chapel Arts Studios (CAS)
Date:February 06, 2020 at 05:00 PM
Location:South West England
Some fresh tasty vegetables [talent], a dash of hot sauce [ideas], knob of butter [agency], a glug of ageing wine [experience], a crumble of stock [collaboration]? Then there is the cooking … time, space and don’t get me started on […]
The residency, which is presented in partnership with the Contemporary Art Society and Orkney’s Pier Arts Centre, sees the 2017 Turner Prize nominee based at the National Gallery’s on-site artist’s studio for a year.
A leap on from my last posting back in January. Where to begin? The above, two titles of work made during a recent 4month residency at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. This a-n Mentoring Bursary was to help support […]
As mentioned in the previous post, I wasn’t really sure what to expect from Collemacchia and tried to refrain from researching too much before I arrived. One thing that I did find out about, prior to embarking on the residency, […]
In July I travelled to Collemacchia, a tiny village situated in the National Park of Abruzzo in the Molise region of Italy, to take part in an artist residency with The Museum of Loss and Renewal. I’ve never had the opportunity […]
The artist Clare Thornton died on 15 April 2019 after a long illness. Alexia Holt, associate director and visual arts programme producer at Cove Park, looks back over her career and introduces a new residency programme in her memory.
A blog to document and discuss my Artist in Residence post at the Scottish Crannog Centre, supported by the Scottish Graduate School of Arts & Humanities.
From:October 06, 2018
To:October 27, 2018
Between October 2017 and April 2018 Sally Stenton spent time at Anglia Ruskin University, using its facilities and developing a conceptual work that connected the university’s art and science departments. Pippa Koszerek catches up with the artist to discuss her residency and its impact on her ongoing practice.
From:June 28, 2018
To:July 15, 2018
“A Haecceity has neither beginning nor end, origin nor destination; it is always in the middle. ” Alan, Taylor, Haecceity (he ke’ti) 1996- The University of Texas at Arlington, http:///www.uta.edu/english/apt/d&g/haeccity,html A week into my residency and the installation of […]
As ice carved its way through Cheshire thousands of years ago, wetland bowls were left behind creating a unique ecosystem unlike any other. A century ago, sphagnum was used as an emergency field dressing known simply as a soldier’s saviour, […]
Haecceity is a commissioned residency as part of the 2017 Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival. Over the coming months Tracy Hill will explore wetland locations around Warrington. Specifically Hill will be examining our human relationship with these post industrial spaces.
When I began this residency, I promised myself I would not overthink. I would not attempt to resolve conceptual concerns. I would remain open to possibility in everything I did. And I would only do what I wanted to do, […]
What’s special for me about working in this space in this residency? What’s to stop me clearing out my usual studio space of all old stuff, and committing to a month of new exploration there instead? Leaving aside the obvious absurdity […]
Over a week in, and the vast space has been shape-shifting and swallowing all and any work I make. My residency goals have been revised three times already, because I’m frankly so overwhelmed by the open-ended possibilities of this month […]
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.
Reflecting on the beginning of my public programme as Artist in Residence at Tower Bridge, this entry shares the experience of leading a participatory art walk along the Thames…
I’m 48 hours into a residency that’s as focused upon manufacturing timelines and heritage-based narratives as the Fourth Industrial Revolution and competitive strategies. Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, and supported by arts commissioners Super Slow Way, the Art in […]
This was the second of six blogs from my ‘Armchair Artist Residency’ at The Beaney House of Knowledge and Art, Canterbury. The Beaney House of Knowledge and Art: The Front Room ‘Armchair Artist Residency’ blog. Blog number two, October […]
This is our final post about our residency at the beautiful Chateau de Sacy in France, which culminated with an exhibition at the Chateau for the month of September. Back at the beginning of September, we installed the films in the barn […]
Pippa Koszerek talks to artist Beth Collar about how a 2014 residency at Glasgow Women’s Library has influenced the sculptures that she is currently showing in the Tall Tales national touring exhibition.
Our last day. Sad face. Today we had a crack at the edits, looking through all the footage and trying to work out our ins and outs, quite literally. By mid afternoon, we had gotten tired of looking at hours […]