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New Kit

I bought an iPad. It is a thing of joy, an object of desire… I am loving it so far, I masochistically quite enjoy that period of learning when you get a new thing. I like finding out what it […]

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V&A ban drawing in Turner exhibition

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Residual Projects

I very pleased to be involved in an upcoming micro residency / group show Residual Projects at South Square in Bradford this December/January. There are 7 artists doing 6 week-long residencies looking at the residual layers of creative spaces and […]

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Head Rush

I feel as if I have had a rush of blood to my brain  induced by looking at – and talking about  – a lot of art in the last seven days. An art students dream really! Monday – drawing […]

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Clot

It was predictable really… A basic character flaw. Although I spent a whole day in the studio last week, with the explicit idea that I should sort materials and equipment for the coming couple of weeks when I wouldn’t be […]

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drawing maps not painting pictures!

If I’m honest I was a little disappointed with my paints. Actually more specifically I was disappointed with my paintings not the paints, they were never going to handle like paints bought in a shop. The pigment quality was inferior […]

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Mark making workshop

(Post by Mike Kann 06/10/2014) While on holiday in Spain, we planned to do a little workshop where Bettina could show me her artistic process and invite me into it.  In the lead up to this we discussed our ways […]

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Shreds of Paper

This latest work has grown out of my art that has essentially gone wrong. When tidying up my studio I came across a few medium sized blank canvases. In an ‘experimental, waste not, want not’ kind of mood, I spray […]

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Thesis writing continues…

Thesis writing continues… The chapter and chapter sections are in place and have notes and references that are becoming sentences (or half sentences) that are becoming paragraphs, and are being moved around, expanded and deleted. I’ve not updated much about […]

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Contemporary drawing, existential myth, creative research

“Myth simply displays the various and varying forms of existential field in all their profusion. It is only from the standpoint of detached, disinterested abstraction that a clear distinction between form and content can be drawn, making possible conceptual judgment. […]

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Waiting and Drawing – The Self Portrait Book

        This book forms part of my long-term project ‘Waiting and Drawing’. This began life when I would spend many frustrating minutes waiting for the computer to load. Now that I have fancy Windows 7, I no […]

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Event Exhibition

DRAW 14

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  • Venue:
    Menier Gallery
  • From:
    October 06, 2014
  • To:
    October 18, 2014
  • Location:
    London
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