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To the lighthouse

The next day, we take another boat across to the Ness, this time with Orfordness Lighthouse Trust to visit the Lighthouse. The Lighthouse was decommissioned in 2013 by Trinity House. Although the building is Grade II listed, the remoteness of location, […]

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A strange land

The day arrives when we can take the ferry onto Orford Ness. Entry and movement around the Ness is strictly controlled to protect the marshland and shingle habitat, and to avoid the public finding unexploded ordnance left from successive testing […]

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A precarious position

The next day, we walked from Aldeburgh to the northern end of Orford Ness by Slaughden. Here, the distance between the North Sea shingle shore and the marsh of the River Alde is a matter of metres.  We saw a […]

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From afar

Orford Ness is a spit of shingle precariously attached at the north end at Slaughden, near Aldeburgh. It is the largest vegetated shingle spit in Europe and best preserved in Britain largely due to control in visitor numbers by the […]

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Commonalities

Felicity told me about the most easterly part of Long Island: Montauk Point. I started to find out about the area and was struck by a number of commonalities with Orford Ness, an area in Suffolk that has fascinated me […]

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Hannah Directory

We’re delighted that Dwell Time has been selected for this year’s Hannah Directory. Hannah Directory is a print publication, website and launch week of events celebrating the great stuff that people are doing in places in England’s north, and asking […]

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LOMAX LOMAX

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  • Venue:
    An Talla Solais Gallery
  • From:
    March 31, 2018
  • To:
    May 20, 2018
  • Location:
    Scotland
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Open Call

What: Dwell time: The time a train spends at a scheduled stop without moving. Typically, this time is spent boarding or deboarding passengers, but it may also be spent waiting for traffic ahead to clear, or idling time in order […]

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Dwell Time

Dwell time: The time a train spends at a scheduled stop without moving. Typically, this time is spent boarding or alighting passengers, but it may also be spent waiting for traffic ahead to clear, or idling time in order to get back on schedule.

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Binocular: next phase

Penny Hallas lives in Llangattock, Wales. Caroline Wright lives in Kettleburgh, Suffolk. Their shared concerns are realised in work that explores the position and experience of the insider and outsider, to challenge ideas through artwork, exchange and display of objects, […]

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CALL FOR POLITICALLY MINDED PERFORMERS/PARTICIPANTS

Freedomination Soapbox Protest Performance Tuesday 6th March, 35 Chapel Walk, Sheffield Part of the Fighting Talk Exhibition to celebrate international Women’s Day and the Centenary of (some) Women’s Right to Vote by Davin Watne and Dawn Woolley (Performed by Dawn […]

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2018 (Part 8)

This grant has enabled me to achieve more than initially anticipated in a different way than planned but I feel confident and value my practice more now than I did twelve months ago. I will pass on the knowledge I […]

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2018 – The Year of Collaboration?

Well that was the year that was 2017. A fantastic fragrant adventure, all told, but to be honest the business of securing exhibitions, holding workshops and sourcing opportunities mean that the years sort of blur into one; a fair chunk […]

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Tearing up the Past- Collages with Found Materials

I took part in a collaborative project with other students called Tearing up the Past and this involved taking old coloured images primarily of religious artworks from art magazines and altering them to create a new image.  I experimented with […]

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Still Köln

If you remember, I’ve been working with Jutta Vollmer at Kölner Graphikwerkstatt. I have come with a second idea in mind. We will draw on both sides of a piece of paper and manipulate, fold or cut the paper to create a […]

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Ode to Köln

Just returned from a week of collaborative exploration in Köln. Kölner Graphikwerkstatt is the most conducive workshop I have ever worked in. On the edge of the city centre, the building is old with three windows across the front and […]

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Reasoning

I work in two and three dimensions using drawing as my principal tool for research. To support myself financially, but also because it feeds the practice and keeps me sane I teach on the Foundation at Bath College and at […]

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GOOD THINGS

So all of this has been happening… and this… and then I had a tidy up and a re-assessment of the situation and decided just to carry on. Meanwhile, good news arrived! First, my Pink Spread (a case of mistaken […]

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