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Being with nature

Originally my plan for my piece ‘Winter Blues’ was to use branches from ‘real’ Christmas pine or needle trees that are discarded along pavements in January – an act I find disturbing. This year I have been working with discarded […]

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ugly sticks

‘Quadrats’ will be one of the three new bodies of works I am making for ‘Fool’s Gold’. The square structures will be formed from discarded ‘sticks’. From the the streets I have collected abandoned mop poles, rusty poles, brass poles, […]

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Pamela Schilderman and I have been awarded Arts Council England funding for our exhibition ‘Fool’s Gold’, opening in January 2020 (January 25th – 14th March) at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum. The project, which takes place in Rugby, London, and online, will […]

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Fool’s gold and where to find it

A space for my ideas towards ‘Fool’s Gold,’ an Art’s Council Funded two-person show at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum – if all that was left of humanity was the things we made, what would be our legacy?

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Summoning up the spirits

As the idea behind Otherworld was to reimagine the lost creatures and local spirits of Blackheath, I invited Blanc Sceol to perform on The Hare and Billet Pond opposite the gallery for the opening of the exhibition.  Of themselves they […]

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Curses and Cautionary Tales

How do we make people behave themselves? Throughout history there have been ways to control behaviours through belief systems. Fear has often been the most effective. Fear of hell, damnation, of reds under the bed, of being shamed in the […]

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Otherworld

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  • Venue:
    The White Box Gallery
  • From:
    March 01, 2019
  • To:
    March 10, 2019
  • Location:
    London
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The Little Folk

Do you believe in fairies? I remember seeing Peter Pan in a theatre when I was little, and to revive the dying light that was Tinkerbell we all had to shout out “I do believe in fairies”. For a time […]

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Otherworld

Imagining the lost creatures and local spirits of Blackheath.
The White Box Gallery, 4 Hare and Billet Road Blackheath SE3 0RB from March 1st to 10th.

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Treeline

Reflecting on the experience, New Art West Midlands really did help me continue my artistic practice after my Graduate Residency, and gave me many different opportunities however big or small. It also gave me the opportunity to work on such […]

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Woods To Where Else

Woods to Where Else is a research project initiated by Stour Valley Creative Partnership to explore the ecological tension between nature and cultivation and to examine and question the identity of the woods as a purely natural and harmonious environment.

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Treeline

Salt road & Black Hole Club A-N artist bursary ecology climate change artist project between Oslo, Birmingham and the Basque Country.

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Fluid Ecologies

Tracing the Pathway are four bodies, each unique and fixed, yet porous. We are one, shifting whole – an ecology dependent on its constituent parts. As a fluid mass we merge and collide with other beings we encounter along our […]

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Gearing up for DeptfordX!

Kind of at the last minute, I got an email about my ‘Concrete Tower turned Bug Hotel’ at Creekside Discovery Centre, to the effect of: it hasn’t been turned into a bug hotel yet, sorry… something to do with volunteers […]

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Research Objectives, Reflections & Returning.

Residencies are as diverse as the practitioners, organisations and environments that host them. From fee paying to sponsored, rural to urban and global to local. They provide a matrix for investigation, invention and exploration (at best) and at worst they […]

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