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final series for exhibition done

  Well here it is. Work for the final series of prints for the exhibition. . . . Well the stencils anyway, which ever way you look at it.  They are the work, though not the works.  Yes poor puns. […]

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progress

Progress is good.  This week two days in the print room and prints spilling right over the table.  The whole Simulacrum series is now complete.  The News Stand series is done to stage one of two, so next week stage […]

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The Opening

Wednesday 21st of September 2016 The install of the piece was completed just in time for the opening, as it often happens. In the morning I was invited to have an interview with ZhongHan, editor of the newspaper Jiefang Daily. […]

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Installing Fortune Tellers at the MoCA

Monday 19th — Wednesday 21st of September 2016 The MoCA Museum is situated at the hearth of the leafy and busy public park of People Square. I have arrived at the museum in the early morning and after a quick […]

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Untitled blog post from "Lessons in Anatomy:"

Preparing for London… As Eleanor and I approach our first scheduled trip of the project – 3 days in London – we ponder how best to approach such a wide spectrum of research possibilities. Stretching over the arts, literature, anatomy, […]

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Untitled blog post from "Lessons in Anatomy:"

For anyone interested in exploring art and anatomy… You can learn more about the history of art and anatomy at Dream Anatomy Online– a compilation of resources from the National Library of Medicine. Morbid Anatomy Blog is also a vital […]

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And so it begins.

But before Lesson in Anatomy blog dives into sharing experiences, here are its foundations: Drawing on my 2 years experience as artist in residence (AIR) at Newcastle, Northumbria and Durham University anatomy labs, and success as a multidisciplinary artist working […]

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