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Rabbit Island Residency 2018

Rabbit Island provides time and space to investigate and challenge creative practices in a wilderness environment. Artists live and work on the island for 2-4 weeks, engaging directly with the landscape, responding to notions of conservation, ecology, and resiliency.

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Woods To Where Else

Woods to Where Else is a research project initiated by Stour Valley Creative Partnership to explore the ecological tension between nature and cultivation and to examine and question the identity of the woods as a purely natural and harmonious environment.

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A change of perspective How does one get inspiration for new work? What drives the creative process and how are these thoughts developed. How is one’s perspective on a subject formed and how does this change? Growing up in New […]

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The Finnish landscape and its influence.

Finland is well known for its vast stretches of forest and farmland broken up by some 187,888 lakes, the navigation of water through the land has over the year’s determined suitable areas for settlement and coincided with the development of […]

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Becoming immortal

Immortalizing the sculpture – death is part of life. The humanity of ‘process’ – the cycle of a project starts from an ending, a death of sorts. I gave up working in the way I had been and started with […]

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Documenting the clothes and the landscape.

Each time I explored an area of train tracks in search of clothing, I took a camera and a light. I had not done this before as I normally collect clothes without recording the environment. The decision to do this […]

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October

10th October Crit with PAC Home Having completed the courses in natural dyes for textile and digital textile printing, I’ve been exploring how the processes complement other ideas that I am working with. I felt that there were a lot […]

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The Moors

Much of my recent art has been about the graffiti, shadows, reflections and gritty periphery side of urban areas and cities. It is also about how all these aspects blend with the corners of my thoughts – both conscious and […]

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Welcome to the Fairways

  Welcome to the Fairways. The Kentish Riviera.. How much can architects do to create sustainable and friendly communities? Do they have to portray an advert style world where the sun always shines? Is it about showing financial success with high […]

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Transfiguring Landscape

Walking and being immersed in the landscape brings a connection to its integral beauty and its value to our mental and physical health.  Through these walks I absorb the sights and sounds the landscape of Somerset and elsewhere brings to […]

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Chances, decisions and possibilities

Chances, Decisions and Possibilities As I continue on with my treatment for breast cancer, I can’t help but think about how things happen and why. Also how it is approached and presented to you by the medical profession. At the […]

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#2: Travels of Sketches – Lust for Life and Van Gogh

Lust for Life  Release date: 17th September, 1956 Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Over my summer break, I have took an interest in watching this film, based on the 1934 novel of the same name by Irving Stone (1903-1989), and it focuses on […]

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#2: Travels of Sketches

During my last summer break (2016), I have been travelling around Suffolk, visiting to places, taken pictures, and after having thoughts about what I should do in my next project, I have decide to recreate scenes by drawing them out, […]

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An opening

I am thrilled to receive a Professional Development Bursary from a-n. The funding will enable me to learn new practical skills working with textiles in order to research and test new formats of showing photographic images. My practice considers our […]

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