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Bus Lane Archaeology

A conversation about the exhibition with Nicole Mollett and the artists Sew N Sew, Mary Hearne and Jakub Rokita.

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The book is out

The book is out! It includes essays by Karen Jones (University of Kent), Charles Holland (Charles Holland Architects), Philip Hutton (Architect) Richard Taylor (artist), Louisa Love (artist) and haikus by Ben Hunt. Please contact me if you would like a copy.   […]

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That’s it (apart from the book)

It’s done so here is the link: https://vimeo.com/claresmith/watercressandaffodils Thank you so very much – I watched it this afternoon and cried all over again.  I enjoyed it in March but this was even better and it is a wonderful end to […]

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Transgression

Millree Hughes is seen here with legendary filmmaker Nick Zedd at the opening of our Involuntary México show in Metro Hidalgo, México City. It’s so good to see Nick there along with many from México City’s vibrant art world, metro […]

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Making in May

May has been a rather busy and productive month, as no doubt evidenced by my distinct lack of blogging. In between making perfumes for exhibitions, running workshops and playing with audio/visual equipment I’ve seldom had the time to sit, think […]

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A Q&A with… Richard Billingham, photographer and director of Ray & Liz

The artist Richard Billingham came to prominence in 1996 with the photo series Ray’s a Laugh, which documented the chaotic life of his alcoholic father and violent mother in a Black Country tower block. Now he’s made a feature film, Ray & Liz, about his early family life. Fisun Güner talks to him.

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Now Showing #275: The week’s top exhibitions

Five recommended shows from across the UK, including: a group show exploring socio-political turmoil at Bo-Lee Gallery, London, Siobhán Hapaska’s sculpture at John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, and Lucy Orta’s collaborative banners at Medicine in Birmingham.

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From stills to moving image

Alongside photography and video I work with weave. My sculptural work ‘X-Ray’ series (2009-ongoing), which tests how far I can push weave against its own conventions, exposes its vertical warp, which is usually hidden. I have developed my own weave technique to reveal and manipulate the warp […]

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So the good news is….

So the good news is I am responding to treatment which means I get to have another 6 cycles of chemo and then probably maintenance chemo… I guess it means I have a bit more time and although I will […]

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Now Showing #271: The week’s top exhibitions

Five recommended shows from across the UK, including an exhibition of work by graphic artists, painters and designers at Thames-Side Studios in London, a large-scale installation of new work by Emma Talbot at Caustic Coastal in Salford, plus a retrospective of the performative sound art of the Bow Gamelan Ensemble in Dundee.

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The spoken and written representation of a practice

The project also included mentoring with an arts professional whom I had in-depth discussions about my practice, projects, perspective, representation and goals. We refined the language I use to express my concepts and narrative; together we worked on my artist statement and […]

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Opposite Movement

I record my train journeys in moving image. I am fascinated by manmade objects in the fields that we are so familiar with we fail to notice them. The are mundane objects: pylons, renewable energy towers, gas holders, railway tracks, electricity […]

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