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My cousin introduced me to Iron Maiden when I was eight and I failed my art A level when I was eighteen.
Two hundred years ago a tragedy was enacted in Scotland, the memory whereof has been in great measure lost or obscured by the deep tragedies which followed it.
I first visited Sweden when I was invited to participate in the Gothenburg Biennale in 2001.
I arrived in Osaka, Japan with a certain amount of excitement and trepidation.
Five years ago I had no choice but to shake my inbred cynicism, learn social skills and become a hairy artisan.
My work is mostly about perception: the way we look at the world, building up an image of the whole from different fragments.
Jane Watt speaks to Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie about their practice, the Bata-ville project and working with Commissions East.
It was raining. Real rain; I could feel the ink washing off the drawings I carried in a bundle under my arm.
I thought I was the audience and then I looked at you began by accident.
Jane Watt talks to Dalziel + Scullion about their collaborative practice, unusual studio set up and processes involved in their commission for Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
Artist Bill Drummond is twinning Kensington in Liverpool with Kensington in London – through kettles.
Im drawn towards work that offers two opposing features or truths.
I have always been fascinated by complex geometry and pattern-making.
There are things I want to touch or hold that lie beyond my reach, and ways to bring them closer.
Jean Grant believes in Art Action Change
Peacock Yard, in Kennington, south east London, is the base for our artistic partnership formed in 1993.
I have always been inquisitive about technology.
In June 2003 I was awarded the art and science residency at Wysing Arts, Cambridgeshire.
In summer 2003 I took part in Excavate Overlay, a multi-disciplinary project involving artists, a writer/ anthropologist, archaeologists and members of a rural community in Caithness, Scotland.
“I’m drifting far out in space with Michael Jackson’s face, and all I want to do is get back home.”
Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1997 with an MA in ceramics, I have been practising as a ceramic designer and producer.
My practice as an artist is about escape, about losing myself in the process of making art, escaping the world.
‘Painting with light’ was a phrase I first heard whilst studying for my degree in architectural glass.
Where do I start to tell you my story as an artist?