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a-n Artist Bursary Evaluation

Bursary schedule The aim of my proposed bursary activity was to research and develop making my work accessible to children by integrating Makaton language to communicate signs within the work. There were some changes to my original schedule due to […]

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R&D Show #1

My aim with this work was to make my Unknown Statue workshop & performance Makaton friendly which I feel was a success. I started with a relaxed performance of a maximum of 25 people and in the second session 75 […]

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1-2-1 Mirror

I had my first 1-2-1 rehearsal with Helen Adams through a Skype link which was my first time performing to someone in this way. Originally I wanted to be in a physical space but actually working like this is a […]

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Being Statue Still

To support my artistic practice I work part-time as an Audience Interviewer in the cultural sector, which has informed my work & I regularly receive neurodiverse audience feedback of the lack of access to interpretation in museums & galleries, which is […]

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Access 2 Statue

I will develop making my work accessible to children using an extract from my performance Unknown Statue integrating Makaton language to communicate signs & symbols within the work. Supported by a-n bursary 2019 programme supporting self-determined professional development.

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weaving a new language

Weaving with willow is like speaking another language. The timing and emphasis is one of its own, you cannot help but become involved in the process of growing, cutting, storing, soaking then selecting and weaving. It feels different to anything […]

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Black oil spill

‘Black oil spill’ — Monday 19th February 2018 Homerton (during the black oil spill at Tottenham Hale) – River Lee – chalk marker pen on glass

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Yet we are homeless

‘Yet we are homeless’ — Monday 5th February 2018 Hackney Wick – Hertford Union – chalk marker pen on glass

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Home is now

Home is now — Monday 22nd January 2018 Mile End – Regent’s Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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Circle

Circle — Tuesday 7th November 2017 Little Venice – Grand Union Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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What have we forgotten

What have we forgotten — Tuesday 31st October 2017 Westbourne Park – Grand Union Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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‘Drawing is a Language’

‘During October 2017 artist Nicole Mollett will be in residence in the Kaleidoscope Gallery, using the space as her studio during the week. Situated above a library, the gallery is well suited for the artist who regularly uses books and […]

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Raindrops

Raindrops — Monday 23rd October 2017 Kensal Green – Grand Union Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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We are tired

We are tired— Tuesday 5th September 2017 Cowley – Grand Union Canal – chalk marker pen on glass

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The first phone call

The first step in this project was to discuss (via the phone) dates that Lee could come to Stiwdio Maelor and the date I could go to London, what equipment we will need and some suggestions of the sort of […]

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and now in Swedish

I did it! Yesterday evening’s presentation was my first ever in Swedish – and it was fine! My style of preparation for speaking in front of people is to make copious notes to support my slides. I am conscious that […]

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A Q&A with… Fiona Banner, artist

For her current exhibition at De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea, Fiona Banner ranges across graphic and font design in her continuing exploration of language and form. Dany Louise talks to her.

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Untitled blog post from "Project Me"

A quick synopsis of what has been keeping me busy in May: Being Tim’s assistant: costumes for a new (Swedish language) version of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, and three kits each consisting two mascot costumes for a holiday company […]

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