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Exhibition featuring the work of Clare Rojas and a musical performance by the artist under the guise of Peggy Honeywell.

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Busy Women

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here So, it shouldn’t surprise me every time, but it does. You put work up in a different environment and it changes it. I’ve just hung up seven of the nine bras from Nine Women in […]

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The first in two series

This piece, Abstract Drawings For Dummies I: The Tiny Section of My Soul marks the start of two series of work: Abstract Drawings For Dummies and 50 Collages Before Christmas. I had been adding small sections of collage into my […]

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Editing ‘A New Vision’ When The Mind Hears

Twelve months ago I was very pleased to have been invited to Rabat by film maker Marouane Bahrar after meeting up with him whilst I was on holiday in Marrakech. Marouane is a friend of the artist Said Afifi who I was […]

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Beautiful

There is irony in that sometimes deep sorrow creates beautiful things….this is my beautiful thing… This is a song I wrote in memory of my beautiful niece Caitlyn. If you like it please share….The song will soon be on most […]

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A Q&A with… Martin Creed, artist and musician

Turner Prize winning artist Martin Creed has major shows on at Hauser & Wirth Somerset and Park Avenue Armory in New York, has recently played at Glastonbury, and has just released a new album of songs, Thoughts Lined Up. Fisun Güner talks to him about music, art, food phobias and life after Brexit.

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The Savage Beast

 AUDIOBLOG – Please click here When I first started this blog… unbelievably just over five years ago… among all sorts of pronouncements of intent I promised music. At the time, I wasn’t aware that quite a lot of the music […]

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“Sound Scape” 2016 – a-n Professional Development Bursary 2016

I was delighted to hear I had been awarded an a-n Professional Development Bursary as I had already started on my project “Sound Scape” a collaboration between myself and Julia Harding, musician and composer for this work and this will provide the wherewithal to […]

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Nottingham Contemporary

Went to the see the work of Simon Starling at Nottingham Contemporary this week, a brilliant exhibition if occasionally it appears a little contrived. This gallery also has a begun a programme of music related events such as American Music […]

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Sound and Vision

Sound and Vision JANUARY 13, 2016BRIANGART EDIT On the morning of December 11th I recieved a text from a good friend informing me of the death of David Bowie. As with inumerable others, the music and lifestyle of Bowie was […]

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A Prompt and a Response

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here For the first time in ages, I’ve been feeling a bit of a stall in the way I write about my work. I have the work in my head, and in my sketchbook, but […]

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The Artist, The Pianist and the Bass Player

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I have often asked, of specific people, and of the world, through social media, “How do people cope with the world if they aren’t artists?” It is a genuine question, as my response to […]

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STOP the SWAGGERJACK press

As part of my research into artist residencies I have been talking to SWAGGERJACK who where Samarbeta artists in resident in the club space at Islington Mill from 11/01/15-18/01/15. SWAGGERJACK are artists John Powell-Jones http://www.johnpowell-jones.co.uk and Callum Stephen Higgins http://sacredtapes.bandcamp.com […]

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Cause and Effect

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here People have said to me “I don’t know how you get time to blog when you are so busy!” Other bloggers have said to me that when they are busy they have no time […]

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Creation is Enough – and a privilege!

Not to coincide with ‘the role of art in music on 6 Music’ or Jeremy Deller’s musings on Warhol’s ‘Art Factory’, I released my new single Take the World this week.  This, like all the other musical output I have […]

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