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Event Exhibition

Agata Engelman

  • Coming soon
  • Venue:
    http://digitalartistresidency.org/
  • From:
    May 01, 2017
  • To:
    May 31, 2017
  • Location:
    Across UK
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Thomson and Craighead. Courtesy: the artists and Look Again festival, Aberdeen
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A Q&A with… Thomson & Craighead, video and internet artists

London and Scotland-based artistic duo Thomson & Craighead have created a new generative moving image work for the Look Again festival in Aberdeen. They talk to Jack Hutchinson about the impact of the internet on our lives and how splitting their time between rural and urban areas has benefitted their practice.

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sampler/sampler

A collaborative project exploring commonality between sampling practices in digital music and blackwork embroidery – supported by a Proffesional Development Bursary from a-n The Artist Information Company

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Fabrizio Panella

  • Last chance
  • Venue:
    http://digitalartistresidency.org/
  • From:
    April 01, 2017
  • To:
    April 30, 2017
  • Location:
    London
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Blog Post

Platform – Autumn and the next chapter

I wish I could really enjoy this moment; to be able to have space in my head for absorbing all I know I learnt from this project. But right now my mind is somewhere else… Platform-Autumn is finally edited and […]

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Anna Brownsted, Diplomat. Photo: Anna Brownsted
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Online exhibition sees US artists respond to Trump presidency

The seventh edition of Fermynwoods’ annual online exhibition features two UK-based American artists whose work has resonances with the current political situation in the US. Jack Hutchinson speaks to Anna Brownsted and Jessica Harby about the anger, despair and anxiety fuelling their approach.

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Larry Achiampong. Photo: Adrien Thibault
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A Q&A with… Larry Achiampong, artist exploring the Black diaspora

Working in a wide-range of media from film to sculpture to performance, London-based artist Larry Achiampong draws on colonial history, his own Ghanian heritage, and the experience of growing up in Britain to create works that explore ideas around class, race and cultural identity. Wayne Burrows talks to him.

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Blog Post

Uninspired Workings

Uninspired workings I’m back to collecting rubbish. Strangely the streets are relatively rubbish free at the moment so I will have to give it time. The reason I am back to collecting local debris is because of what I am […]

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Platform – Summer: too easy?!

I like the look I’ve achieved with the Platform – Summer, not sure about the editing though but very happy with the colours and texture the digital pinhole has created. I think the longer version is definitely more interesting than […]

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Platform – Spring: the final cut

As I mentioned on my previous entry: … Platform-Spring has been a hard making process so far. I’m blending the images frame by frame and am allowing my daily insights to take over. The problem is that these insights change […]

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Homecoming meeting to report back from my Montreal Trip

I had a meeting with Prudence Maltby and Susan Francis the other two founder members of Cicatrix. Toby Smith, the director of the Salisbury International Arts Festival has been approached about showing Catherine Farish’s Stonehenge series of prints in the 2017 […]

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The banality and beauty of the everyday

November is a busy month for me. I was fortunate to have 3 small art pieces selected for the 2016 ING Discerning Eye exhibition taking place 17 – 27 November at the Mall Galleries in London, SW1. In addition I […]

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