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Learning

I should have known from previous experience that blogging in the middle of a big  intense project wasn’t going to happen. I’m looking back, 6 or so  months on, at my last posts and my intentions to write here about […]

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Good News

Where did January and half of February go? The last six weeks have passed in a blur of activity. We got the fantastic news at the beginning of January that our grants for the arts funding bid to Arts Council […]

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Red & Green

A studio visit with curator Helen Nisbet (currently curatorial fellow at Cubitt Gallery London) included discussion around mapping spaces, particularly the presentation and re-presentation of place in paint.  I have been deeply involved in a commission to make work in […]

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AiR Journey #2 – Begin with the End in Mind

      I set out with good intentions to write regular posts throughout this project and find I am lacking in this regard. I can make excuses such as juggling 4 school runs a day, then school holidays, 3 […]

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AiR Journey #1 – Start where you Are

I have a meeting in Taunton at 11am. According to Google maps, it’s a 2-hour drive. I follow the instructions dictated out loud by my phone the whole way ‘at the roundabout take the third exit and stay on the […]

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Fragmenting a Mapping

Doreen Massey’s, ‘For Space’, chapter 11 ‘Slices through Space’. Maps, Massey writes present space as a surface that is both complete and closed, they provide ‘an order in things’(1), and allow us to find where we are and the route […]

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Continuing to Plot

As I reach the end of my residency the last few days have been very productive, including lots of studio time and a climb up Cadair Idris. In previous blogs I mention man made interventions and this seems to have […]

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Thinking about How to Plot

Over the last few days I have continued to work with what I have gathered on walks. Thinking about my place within the landscape being walked, it being dramatic in its scale and impression on me, mountainous, and very isolated […]

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Arriving at Stiwdio Maelor

Arriving Sunday 16th August to begin my residency at Stiwdio Maelor in Corris, staying until 1st September. Corris is located in a beautiful setting at the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. I am immediately taken with the relationship between […]

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Exploring ideas about space

A few months ago I was invited by Kaavous Clayton to participate in a group exhibition exploring ideas around how space, places and territories are mapped through various methods in order to gain an understanding and perhaps an ownership of […]

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Mapping Collaboration

http://mappingcollaboration.blogspot.co.uk/. A participatory exhibition that examines creatively working together and explores how our values for collaboration could be visually expressed, incorporated and mapped.

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If you go down to the woods today (2)

I have decided to tell the same story again! This time without photos or words. A picture of the dog walk! probably should describe it as a map of the dog walk. A drawing to describe the events that day!

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