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The third Thought for Food evening is planned, this time centred on the topic of Boundaries. Not face to face, but a virtual meeting, eating and sharing experience. A Thought for Food pack will be sent out to guests containing […]
My aims in travelling to Mexico were to develop Conceal, working towards a publication including this project alongside two other bodies of work. I also wanted to share learning practice with organisations in these 3 locations and increase my international experience and […]
50 x 50 =25 international edition exhibition June 9, 2016 I am very happy to announce that 1-2 months ago I was selected to be apart of 50 x 50 = 25 international edition exchange. This exchange will consist […]
As my core focus is on the anthropology of art, I have been reading Morphy and Perkins’ edited collection ‘The Anthropology of Art: A Reader’, which traces the history of this field. In particular, they attempt to redress the neglect […]
Great visit from Val yesterday based in the studio. Conversation was varied and ideas are developing. Val had sent me a PowerPoint ahead of her visit, and from the notes I recorded had extracted “ Efficiency and Productivity” and “Overall […]
The third and final leg of MSB2015 took place last week and lasted for five days rather than the usual two. Forming a residency exchange between artist organisations in Manchester, Sheffield and Birmingham, I formed one of eleven visual artists […]
Today is a bit momentous – my first day as a 100 % fully self- employed artist. A couple of weeks ago I heard that I had been successful in gaining funding from Bradford organisation Two28 to run a participatory […]
All things studio: individual, collective, critical, reflective.
Currently Reading: Brand.New (exhibition catalogue). ed. Jane Pavitt (co-curator). 2002. V&A Publications, London. “Published to coincide with the exhibition, Brand.New takes a challenging look at consumer culture and the proliferation of brand identities at the beginning of the 21st century. […]
What is the relationship between I and we?
How can creativity connect and empower us?
Exploring these questions via a socially engaged art practice to try to effect change
From:June 05, 2009
To:June 27, 2009
Location:South West England