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Lightlines Conference: Sight & Site

On Saturday 16th May I travelled to Grimsby to speak at The Lightlines Conference whose theme this year was Sight & Site. Featured artists were Jo Booth, Bradford, Gill Hobson, Grimsby, David Cotterrell, London and myself. I gave an overview […]

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Edgelands

This work investigates marginal spaces; overlooked places encountered on a journey to somewhere else. It consists of a series of photographs taken using a mobile phone camera whilst travelling at speed in a train or car, so framing a shot […]

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Shadow experiments

I’m pondering what this experiment tells me. It’s a photograph of a shadow from my studio space falling onto one of my favourite collages. It connects what I’ve made to architectural space and forms – the shadow of the studio […]

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The emperor’s new clothes?

I have two apologies followed by two rebuttals this week. I have been warned that I could be shooting myself in the proverbial foot, but I fear I have little of either feet left to dispose of!! My first apology goes […]

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The journey of ‘To accrete n.05 movie stills’

Nine months ago I made the initial version of To accrete n.05 movie stills which transfers a collaged physical artwork into a series of still shots. It fractures viewing into small slices that gradually reveal a whole, an exercise both […]

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Staffordshire University Fine Art – Ali Gibson

My blog will track my progress through a Fine Art degree at Staffordshire University building up to our end of year Graduate Degree show in

THE DEGREE SHOW IS OPEN FROM ITS OPENING NIGHT ON FRIDAY THE 12TH OF JUNE FROM 6PM AND RUNS UNTIL SUNDAY THE 21ST OF JUNE.

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Vanitas series

This is the sort of project I love; concerns from my existing practice colliding with an external provocation (in this case, to respond to the collection of Maidstone Museum) to trigger a new idea. I’ve chosen to re-imagine what a […]

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Chelsea – (kind of) tick.

I’ve enrolled!! A friend lent me some money (0% interest) to start the course, and now I am trying to raise the rest of the 1st year fees in a tiny bit over 2 weeks time – the grace period […]

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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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