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Into The Archives

Our final bursary funded meet up took Dean and myself back to London to the rare book archives of the Wellcome Library. I had requested in advance some of their 17th century alchemical manuscripts and these had been bought up […]

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The Royal Art

The summer has been a period settling deeper into the Jungian and alchemical teachings that have resulted from our bursary funded “night shaking” project. Dean and myself have continued in our personal readings and researching of the subject matter but have […]

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HOLDING THE FORT AND WHAT COMES NEXT

It was great to finally get the boulders installed at Holding The Fort*, but even though I had prepared myself that the work which had seemed so big in my studio would appear much smaller in its new context, it […]

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Conversation

PARTNERSHIP Agreements

I am collaborating with another artist, under my own brand, on a new product. I would be really grateful for advice on suitable types of partnership agreement, and issues such as intellectual property with regards to the joint work. Thanks!

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End of may

Almost a monthly post. Busy responding to a call from Dragons Den. Thought this may be the best route to get the message to most public that YOU CAN DO WHAT YOU WANT AS LONG AS IT IS ECO AND […]

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Remnants of ‘A Woman’s Place’

A Woman’s Place (semiotics of the domestic) became a celebration of a female presence among International artists to form dialogues and expand practices employing collaborative exchanges. The performance became an enduring display of women surrounded and embracing metal (iron) and object […]

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First meeting with Jungian expert

Dean Melbourne and I travelled to Bruton in Somerset for our first exploratory meeting with Jungian psychoanalyst Catherine Bygott. Catherine has lectured and led numerous seminars and workshops in the UK and Ireland over the past twenty-five years on Jung’s […]

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Trees

A collaborative project with Greg Stobbs

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Street News From Kolkata

Arriving in Kolkata from the breezy sea air of Odisha, I find the night streets paved in cars, awash with a never ending flows of people. Against a gaudiness of light, colours, and movement you catch the fleeting shifts of […]

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The Sadd Artist episode 4

The latest episode of the Sadd Artist just dropped. Here I talk to Designer Mike Holdcroft about a collaborative painting we worked on. Hopefully this will provide some insight into the benefits of working with other creatives…enjoy!

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King of the Dogs – DOG/GOD

In the late afternoon I make final preparations for mask performance around the street and beach site.  After four days of intensive making  the King of the Dogs is finally making an appearance – dancing into Puri – a familiar […]

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Event Performance

Ecstatic Material: Beatrice Dillon & Keith Harrison

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    Thurs 7: Plymouth, KARST // Fri 8: Bristol, Arnolfini, promoted by Qu Junktions // Sat 9: Birmingham, Centrala, promoted by Supersonic Festival // Sun 10: Bradford, Fuse Art Space // Mon 11: Manchester, Caustic Coastal (Salford) promoted by Fat Out // Tues 12: Cambridge, Cambridge Junction // Wed 13: Milton Keynes, MK Gallery // Thu 14: London, South London Gallery promoted by 33/33 // Fri 15: Bexhill, De La Warr Pavilion
  • From:
    February 07, 2019
  • To:
    February 15, 2019
  • Location:
    Across UK
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Dreamers

In December I joined Davin on a residency at Wassaic Project in Wassaic, a small Hamlet upstate in New York. Wassaic Project comprises two sites for studios and project spaces in a disused mill and a disused auction mart, and […]

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ACORP & Pensitone Line Partnership Funding Award

Absolutely delighted to announce we’ve been awarded ACORP & Penistone Line Partnership funding to print Dwell Time! The funding will enable us to print and distribute the newspaper with a launch event in March 2019, plus print selected contributions onto […]

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Fascinating Fandoms!

I met Beth Emily Richards at a Theatre Fandom conference in Bristol last Summer. We had already been in contact with each other over our mutual fascination with fandom as a nerdy participatory network, amateur expertise and subversive world-making practice. […]

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PooR Life by dog people

Some images documenting the collaborative work of myself and Owen G Parry at ‘PooR Life by dog people’ at Transition Two, November 2018, funded by an a-n artist bursary.

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