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28/06/19

This evening I’m performaing at the Fire & Water Scratch Club with a brand  new piece exploring dialogue, discarded materials and words. It’s unscripted and loosely based on the above drawing I made circa 2004 and long been my profile image […]

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27/06/19

I met with Compass Live Art Co-director Peter Reed and artist in residence Joshua Sofaer. Joshua and I talked about our practices and my interests and intial ideas for this project. Joshua gave me a fantastic reading list  through our […]

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Dialogue

Compass Live Art Artist Development Blog logging daily learning, thoughts and exchanges

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A Dialogue with Henry Miller

I first met Henry Miller in summer 2017; I was 23, ten years younger than Miller in Sexus, my reading of which being the first encounter. At this time my enthusiastic note-taking on the world was struggling to convince even […]

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Talking Rubbish

In October 2018, the Museum of Contemporary Rubbish is (re)commencing a previous strand of dialogue based research: Talking Rubbish aka Rubbish Conversations. Semi-structured interviews with artists working with rubbish will be recorded and transcribed for this blog, with the view […]

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Day 5 on site 20/09/18

On site today involved a discussion with staff about the brick building that appears boarded up. It’s currently used as storage but apparently was the recycling centre when the site was next to the municipal tip. The site manager found […]

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What would make the biggest difference?

To me a coaching conversation is a dialogue with your best Self. For an artist I think this is an absolutely crucial opportunity. It can be very tricky sharing unformed ideas with friends, colleagues, other artists, partners and so on. […]

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Under Construction

The making of the show is well and truly under way; however there are some hurdles that are causing problems. I’ve been spending quality and intimate time with the work in a solitude space as I feel that this is […]

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Drawing conversations

After a series of conversations with the architect and the council I decided to translate those exchanges into drawings to internalise them, digest them and make sense of them. We are talking about boundaries, moving them or not, sizes, distances, […]

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Encounters with Strangers

By Tracing the Pathway member Joe Dunne: I have never known a pile of soil to be so inviting to strangers. Well, strangers might be overstating it – that term evaporates the moment anyone comes over with a curious and […]

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AIRTIME events for artists

Since 2009, AIRTIME events for artists have enabled them to both explore their approaches and strategies for their practice and to access information and networking opportunities.

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Responsible Criticism

The recent debate on arts criticism in a-n Magazine (Debate, July-August 2008) by Lara Farrar brought two very different types of arts criticism clearly into view.

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