I’m now into day four of seven of invigilating the exhibition, and while the week so far has been slow in terms of visitor numbers (I suspect it’s because it’s mid-week, with people at work) it has given me a lot […]
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It has been a while since I last posted an update, it’s been a busy few weeks with the holidays and then a busy January so far! A lot has been going on in the last few weeks, namely my […]
I have started to think more about my hybrids and specimens more in depth, as while I enjoy drawing them I want to start to explore them more fully. One example of this is how they reproduce. Spores instantly sprung […]
One of the great things about being on residency is the creative freedom you have to pursue new work.
This is not what I had planned for my second covert artist residency. However, sometimes layers of coincidences occur that really have to be acknowledged and given in to. I was going to go for something like a technical museum, […]
I’m continuing to work in the studio, and start to make it into a space that is “my own”, so to speak. I’ve carried on with the idea of the Alien Botany, bringing in my research that is relevant to […]
An earlier start this morning, involving filling the old bath with hot water. The solid fuel Rayburn has been on for a couple of days now and the water in the hot tank plentiful. These modern additions to this old […]
The beginning of July heralded the start of the second part of the MSB residency exchange between Castlefield Gallery, Bloc and Stryx. This time we were with Bloc Projects in Sheffield. A great venue and a great bunch of fellow artists. […]
Self-directed, micro-residency in an old farmhouse in the Upper Eden Valley. Holly, Cate and I, onetime studio mates, but forever sketching mates, take up residence for 4 days of disciplined work in a sparse environment to see what emerges.
As part of his 18-month Chisenhale Gallery Create Residency, artist Yuri Pattison has been looking at the world of tech start ups, hack spaces and peer-to-peer sharing. Prior to the launch of a new website and series of digital sculptures, Michaela Nettell met him to discuss transparency, data and what contemporary art can learn from the networked society.
I’m very excited to announce that I’ve been selected as one of two artists for the AirSpace Graduate Residency Scheme! I’ve been excited all week since I found out, but I did not want to mention it anywhere online until […]
As part of its recent Architecture Season, Hauser & Wirth Somerset has announced the winner of The Shed Project, a competition for young architects to create a residency space for artists.
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The Edinburgh-based artist talks about how 12 months of residencies in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Abroath have led to a solo exhibition at Glasgow School of Art which uses film, audio and performance to explore the limits of her body as a material.
In the lead up to artist-led Transition Gallery’s latest exhibition, which features works by six recent British School at Rome residency holders, we speak to artist and curator Cathy Lomax about her reasons for reconnecting with fellow residency holders, and to Archie Franks and Ursula Burke about the impact the residencies had on their practice.
The director of Hospitalfield Arts in Arbroath, Scotland – which will be curating the Scottish pavilion at the 2015 Venice Biennale, alongside its ongoing programme of artists’ residencies – reflects on a busy year of new partnerships and future possibilities.
I very pleased to be involved in an upcoming micro residency / group show Residual Projects at South Square in Bradford this December/January. There are 7 artists doing 6 week-long residencies looking at the residual layers of creative spaces and […]
Arriving at the Cylinders Estate; the location of Kurt Schwitters Merz Barn in Cumbria, last Monday was like entering a little bubble. A bubble where life is simple and pure. Fellow artist Alana Tyson and I were to be artists-in-residence […]
Rebecca Travis reflects on Northern Film and Media’s pilot project Connect/Exchange launched earlier this year.
A new art colony and residency retreat, initiated by artist and priest Father Paul West and curated by Aid & Abet, is being pioneered in the Fenland market town of Wisbech.
The fourth b-side multimedia festival is set entirely on the Isle of Portland, Dorset, creating site-specific work that includes performance, installation and film work. Dany Louise talks to the director of this distinctive and nuanced ten-day event.
Vane and Breeze Creatives are taking over Durham’s Old Shire Hall for an art fair and auction, with proceeds going towards the creation of The Experimental Studio – a purpose-built work space for resident artists in Vane’s Newcastle space.
East Street Arts has developed the first live/work space for a socially-engaged practitioner in Leeds – and the job is open for applications.
Now in its second year, the Residency for Artists on Hiatus seeks to free its participants from the pressures of the ‘capital A art world’ by providing space for artists to not make art. Michaela Nettell finds out more.