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off to the lab

I gave them my labelled sample bags a couple of days ago, and they put them into concentrated acid to dissolve them. Now they are dissolved and ready to work on. We prepare three chromatography slides and add a drop […]

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From Stone to Seed

I had a few moments of doubt and distraction this week. I was thinking about what my next print should be. My mind began to wander to all the loose ends and unresolved works I’ve made over the years and […]

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A Quintessence of Dust

Charting a glazing and firing development process with ceramics mentor supported by a-n professional development artist’s bursary.

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Once In a Universe

Bringing together ideas about growth,change and evolution; developing new drawing installations and scaling up.

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Combinations

Just when I thought that our research residency couldn’t of gotten any more exciting, it did! We started to make our designs with glass-blower Steve Williams in the lab and it is proven to be very re-warding for both parties. […]

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First day in the lab!

The first day in the Chemistry lab at Hull University with Dr Mark Lorch gave us some interesting, really unexpected but fabulous results and a way forward. By firstly experimenting with Tollen’s Agent (a silver based solution that is used […]

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Part Coded and the Bi-Visual

A research and practical investigation into Children’s Victorian Magic Lantern slides and contemporary toy projectors such as ‘projecteo’ instagram projector, including a collaboration with Hull University Chemistry Department to develop processes of manipulating inkjet prints.

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