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Starting a conversation

In July 2017, I invited beach-goers on Aldeburgh beach, Suffolk, UK to lie still a while on light-sensitive cloth laid out on the shingle. The result was a series of full-scale cyanotypes, Still on the Beach. They were installed on the […]

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Review

Re-imagine the City

A review of Re-Imagine the City, a residency exhibition at Artcore, Derby. On display until 19th August 2018. Words by Lydia Grey, Images by Artcore.

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Blog Post

A Brief History of the Future

It’s so useful to have a positive exhibition deadline to work towards. It provides that crucial impetus which forces decisions that might otherwise rumble along for ages. Suddenly it is possible to visualise the work in position in the gallery and […]

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Event Exhibition

Objection

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  • Venue:
    ANGUS-HUGHES Gallery
  • From:
    July 14, 2018
  • To:
    August 05, 2018
  • Location:
    London
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Blog Post

New work for The National Festival of Making, Blackburn

In the faded splendour of Blackburn’s Cotton Exchange, amid the light pouring in from the stained glass windows, a 3.5 metre high, octagonal structure tricks the eye in the latest work by the renowned manipulator of colour and light, Liz […]

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Blog Post

‘Haecceity’ …..the becoming of individual.

‘Haecceity is the becoming individual from having been undifferentiated. It is something very concrete, a thickness, like a drawing, and describes a process of individuation, like when drawing.’ http://ojs-lib.tudelft.nl/index.php/footprint/article/view/748   As previously explained the concept of Haecceity stems from the philosopher […]

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Event Exhibition

Object

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  • Venue:
    hARTslane
  • From:
    April 19, 2018
  • To:
    April 29, 2018
  • Location:
    London
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News News feature

A Q&A with… Claire Barclay, artist responding to industrial contexts

For ‘Deep Spoils’, the Glasgow-based Scottish artist’s first exhibition in Wales, Claire Barclay has responded to the history and architecture of Swansea’s Mission Gallery by reconfiguring existing works alongside new elements. Anneka French discovers more about her distinctive practice that draws on industrial motifs to explore materiality and memory.

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Blog Post

Haecceity

“A Haecceity has neither beginning nor end, origin nor destination; it is always in the middle. ” Alan, Taylor, Haecceity (he ke’ti) 1996- The University of Texas at Arlington, http:///www.uta.edu/english/apt/d&g/haeccity,html   A week into my residency and the installation of […]

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Blog Post

Haecceity

Over the past few weeks as my residency approached I have been revisiting the mossland locations from within the scan data. This process helps me to focus on the memory and experience of being in place and then translate this […]

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Event Exhibition

m2(at)15

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    APT Gallery
  • From:
    May 10, 2018
  • To:
    May 27, 2018
  • Location:
    London
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