From found photography to a research-based practice, Richard Taylor talks to 2012 University of Wales Cardiff Fine Art graduate Laura Reeves.
Graduate Interview - a-n The Artists Information Company
Graduating in 2012 from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Time Based Art & Digital Film, Sylvia Law has been selected for 2013’s edition of RSA New Contemporaries, and has since returned from the John Kinross Scholarship in Florence.
Richard Taylor shares a Google document with Faye Green, a 2012 Fine Art graduate from Nottingham Trent University, who’s not afraid to pull apart her work to produce sculpture anew.
Bartosz Beda is fast approaching the completion of his MA at Manchester School of Art in September 2012 with a slot in Saatchi New Sensations to follow straight after. We talk to the artist about his multi-lingual practice ahead of further exhibitions across Europe and a six-month scholarship at The Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden.
In June 2012, following four years of study in the Painting and Printmaking department at Glasgow School of Art (GSA), Nick Thomas exhibited his final year work. By July he had helped put together ‘NEW FIRM’, an exhibition by himself and 46 of his peers, at London’s Candid Arts Trust. We caught up with him, in Glasgow, on his return.
We catch up with a 2011 graduate, one year on from her degree show, to unveil alternative means of productivity with Scotland and Venice, well placed volunteering and research through internship.
Peter Martin, Sheffield-based artist, and curator of the graduate show ‘Repercussions’ at The Old Market Gallery in Rotherham, talks to Richard Taylor about pulling together exhibitors from across the UK and producing a show representative of both physical and virtual research into 2011 degree shows.
Six months on from completing her degree in Dundee, we catch up with Hannah Imlach in Edinburgh, a month before she embarks on an artist residency.
Puy Soden graduated from the University of Huddersfield in 2011. We talk to her six months on from leaving undergraduate study.
Zanne Andrea completed her Fine Art degree at University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol, in the summer of 2011. We catch up with her en route to a collaborative empty-shops project and off the back of a mini-residency, six months on from graduating.
Ryan Hughes, 2011 graduate from Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, talks to Richard Taylor about life post-graduation and how he now makes room to re-approach a working practice.
Tim Ridley, a graduate from Chelsea College of Art and Design, uses performance to actuate ideas and working processes. As Tim gets to grips with being an artist fresh from art school, Richard Taylor takes a further journey in to his new blog on Artists talking.
Janey Muir graduated from her MFA at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in September 2010. A year on, Richard Taylor steps in to conversation at a pivotal moment in her work’s development, through a new Project blog on Artists talking.
Richard Taylor talks to Natalia Komis, a recent graduate from Bath School of Art and Design (BSAD) about dust, new and collective departures in her work and the beginnings of a new blog.
Jac Mantle writes critically about art. In 2010 she reviewed the Glasgow School of Art degree show, she has contributed to a-n Reviews and writes for The Skinny in Scotland. Richard Taylor catches up with her to find our more about her reviewing process and ways to follow suit.
Richard Taylor catches up with artist Rebecca Strain as she uses her isolation from developed networks to confront a writing practice that complements the enduring nature of her visual production.
Richard Taylor focuses on how James Clarkson’s migration to Artists talking from Degrees unedited simulates other moves in his practice, his studio and in his unique insight on objects re-placed into the contemporary art context.
As Tom Duggan reviews his Degrees unedited blogging experience up to graduating in 2009, we catch up with his recent projects and artistic direction a year on.
Every year the Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) runs a scholarship to Florence for students graduating from Scottish art schools. Richard Taylor catches up with Rebecca Cusworth, a recent graduate of Glasgow School of Art, as she prepares to leave for Italy.