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  • Venue:
    Workers Gallery
  • From:
    November 08, 2018
  • To:
    December 22, 2018
  • Location:
    Wales
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Watching Through Frames

As the school is on half term this week I have had some studio time to reflect on additional elements to introduce into our sessions. I am now thinking about the view of the audience when they watch the film […]

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Spinning – Artist in Resident at Grange School

This project is a continuation of the performance #work where I used the action of spinning a plate that highlighted the accessibility of this simple prop. In this blog I will document my project research & development.

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Vår konst – Open studios ii

What I liked about the pace of visitors on Friday was that I was able to spend time with each of them. There was only one occasion when two groups overlapped. With the kind of work that I make, and […]

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a collaboration

We’ve been in our selected home country Austria exactly four month now. A routine is creeping in, my urge to settle everybody in is slowing down, bureaucracy is getting less, my watching eye on the family members to see how […]

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A continuation of the womb

               Figure XVII      Figure XVIII Once I had used the clay sleeping baby for the purpose of taking a mould, I was going to discard the clay. However, there was something about the […]

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Fine line between art and life

After working at home taking photographs and separating stuff into piles for a few weeks I lost perspective, questioning what it is I’m actually doing. Am I just getting ready to move to a different country or am I working […]

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de-homing

It turns out that documenting the de-homing process of my own house is more interesting than showing images of de-homed houses I have no relationship with. So I’ve stopped viewing houses that are for sale. I’ve taken images of each […]

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Drawing conversations

After a series of conversations with the architect and the council I decided to translate those exchanges into drawings to internalise them, digest them and make sense of them. We are talking about boundaries, moving them or not, sizes, distances, […]

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Skins

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here This may well be a bit of a ramble… because until I get writing I am not quite sure where it is going. If you read or listen to my blog often, you’re probably used […]

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Domesticity and Discomfort

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here The plan had been to spend another afternoon and evening in the studio. When I woke up, the slight snuffle I had assumed to be allergy related turned out to be a cold. I […]

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Journey to Coldkeld, journey into the past,

Oil lamps tonight whilst we work and talk. We arrived with supplies and took in the surroundings of this old farmhouse. Only remedial work has been done to preserve the integrity of the structure and provide some limited comfort like […]

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Balance and Planning

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I don’t know if it just me, but it might be worth saying to other people embarking upon a big project, publicly or self funded: you will need extraordinary personal resources. There isn’t a box […]

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Space/House – Place/Home

I’m thinking about the transition from a house to a home which is very closely related to the transition from space to place. I can see four main strands that make a or better will make our house (once it […]

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home, language and place

Since June last year when I set up my planning space at S1 Artspace and planned my house while talking to people about their experiences related to home and house http://www.silvia-champion.co.uk/doku.php?id=a_little_bit_of_austria_phase_ii:start, I’ve been doing work that relates to ‘My Little […]

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There’s No Place like Home

The Wizard of Oz (1939) In the last scene of the MGM film The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy Gale wakes up in her bed to find herself surrounded by her family. She looks round to see the faces of the people […]

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Shake it up

Preparations for the show are coming along.  The aluminium boards for the jigsaw puzzles arrived this morning, it feels good that they are finally here!  And thanks to what might well be a ‘vintage’ salad-washing bowl but which I am […]

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Old Ground

Earlier this year I went back to Hungary. I haven’t been for many years but every visit I make the pilgrimage to my Grandmothers apartment, the ancestral home as it were.  When I was a child, we’d go visit every […]

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