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UNION 1 – The Sunday

SUNDAY 13 JANUARY 2019 Got up, packed, wrote a secret thank you note for my hosts to find after I’ve gone which I left in my room (I wonder if they’ve found it yet?), and went downstairs for breakfast. David […]

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UNION 1 – The Saturday

SATURDAY 12 JANUARY 2019 I went downstairs on Saturday morning to find this spread that Lily had laid out that would make any B&B proud – pot of tea, croissants, fruit, yoghurts, jams, mini packs of cereal in a bowl… […]

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UNION 1 – The Friday

FRIDAY 11 JANUARY 2019 I was at work all day that day – facilitating an art group in the morning and then in the office during the afternoon. I left work to embark the hour and a bit drive to […]

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Seacroft Residency (UNION 1)

How do I even begin to explain? Honestly. Last weekend (11-13 January 2019) I officially began my UNION journey. I’ve been looking forward to it starting for ages even though I wasn’t sure to expect in the slightest. The first […]

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Support structures: mentors and methodology

Come April, when the news of the bursary was doing the rounds on social media, it dawned on me; this might be a much bigger project than I intended to take on. I was pretty stunned by the prospect of, […]

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What is best for the group?

This was the open question that I put in an email following our first meeting with the Artist Working Group. It’s a question that has come in and out of my awareness since. I continue in the email to say that […]

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Perspective is Everything

M2AIR host four children’s art residencies as part of #MadeInFoxhill, a community arts programme attached to regeneration of the Foxhill area of Bath.
June and July 2018
Final Group Show July 13th – 14th

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Alice Gale-Feeny: Artist Bursary 2018

Research informing long-term projects on the relationship between voice, improvisation and architecture, looking at notions of community. Supporting the development of the Artist Working Group, a London-based group who meet in houses and galleries around shared meals.

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Playing Out: How to swing in a nave

Last Thursday was the beginning of my residency with x-church and more or less the first thing that happened was that Marcus Hammond and his helper Lee installed a rope for the children’s project. I should add that every Thursday […]

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Resident at x-church in Gainsborough

From January to March 2018, I am resident at x-church in Gainsborough. Over this period I will work with members of the different communities of x-church to develop a body of work about what it means to be a resident in this part of Britain.

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Digesting Politics at MIMA

Keep It Complex added a sprinkle of politics to MIMA’s weekly community lunches on 14/12/2017. We brought cupcakes with the faces of local politicians, MPs, MEPs, councillors, the police and crime commissioner and the Mayor. We also gave people pre-digested […]

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Be a part of this public art piece

Come along and be part of an art event in Commondale celebrating three key parts of Commondale’s history: clay, sheep and community. Make three sheep out of clay – one for you and two for the flock that will remain […]

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Flock

Following our first rural, interactive, community- and time-based public installation…exploring the process, history, community, surroundings, landscape…

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Aller Bonfire, 2016

Aller bonfire 2016.  Top build. Great spirit. Community working together. 42 foot high St Pauls with tower, London Bridge, River Thames and buildings. 4 Days hard graft. Funding £0. Absolute best burn yet. Super hot.  Great days.  For me, better […]

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Personal and Professional Development

The experimental mark-making continues, with the continued absorption in the physical aspects of the process; pushing away, pulling towards, heavy marks, lighter marks, the sounds of the graphite and my hand moving across the paper. As I upload these images, […]

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