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Report 2. 07/05/2019

Preliminary Field Test: Norfolk coast 26/04/2019 – 04/05/2019 AuT Crone conducted a short recon mission to test essential items of kit before undertaking spring/summer 2019 mission: PILGRIM The Norfolk coast was chosen for this mission as it has similar terrain […]

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Preliminary Field Test – wildlife census: Norfolk coast

Longitude 52.948503 Latitude 1.116371: 5 hares Longitude 52.956430 Latitude 1.092281: pair Linnets Longitude 52.959763 Latitude 1.078743: Avocet Longitude 52.960759 Latitude 1.074503: 476 dead starfish ranging in size from 2in to 7 in. Ended at Longitude 52.963798 Latitude 1.058465 Birds observed: […]

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The AuT Crone Report

Primary data repository for Research Mission PILGRIM. Coastal and upland environments.

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And now this …..

I am faced with a moral dilemma: glitter, my material of choice, is ethically (and environmentally) unsustainable.   Immanent glitter ban   I love glitter but have become increasingly aware that it is at odds with my commitment to recycling, […]

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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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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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Event Exhibition

Distance

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  • Venue:
    Springhornhof
  • From:
    October 10, 2018
  • To:
    December 16, 2018
  • Location:
    Germany
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CANALWORKS

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  • Venue:
    Andrew Lamont Gallery
  • From:
    October 05, 2018
  • To:
    November 11, 2018
  • Location:
    Wales
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Soil

As part of my research I have been looking at topsoil. It was interesting to investigate how to acquire topsoil, I was amazed at how much was available. The Installation is called; ‘The Ground beneath our Feet’. The title is taken […]

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Selfscapes: The exhibition and round table event 2

I have just got back from Yorkshire where I was showing work as part of Selfscapes, a group show of work by 25 artists responding to the Dalby Forest location and themes of embodied landscape, self and surroundings, self as narrative, self and body and […]

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SKEP – Fruit Routes 2018

During Fruit Routes June 2018 at Loughborough University Anne-Marie Culhane and I will be performing a new iteration of SKEP where visitors will be invited to become ‘SKEP’ donning a traditional woven beehive on their head and engaging with thoughts […]

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Documenting the clothes and the landscape.

Each time I explored an area of train tracks in search of clothing, I took a camera and a light. I had not done this before as I normally collect clothes without recording the environment. The decision to do this […]

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Corris (floor work development)

The works during this residency have developed into a ‘series’ based on Corris and has therefore become a site-specific development of a new body of work. I’ve began to investigate spatial relationships between the organic and industry; using casting processes […]

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Joseph Beuys Inspiration

After a recent visit to Berlin, I had the opportunity to see works by Joseph Beuys Das Kapital Raum 1970 – 1977 at the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum fur Gegenwart including his film and performance works as video documentation and […]

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Corris (slate series)

This first week has involved taking some time to engage and explore Corris, taking walks along the mountains, fields and through this quaint village. The large quantities of slate slabs of walls and fences, and slate pieces abandoned outside houses, the […]

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The end is nigh!

Eva Hesse Documentary at the ICA The screening of Eva Hesse at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London was an in depth journey of understanding the life and work of the artist. She truly dedicated her short life to her […]

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