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Mona Hatoum: Exhibition and Artist Talk at Tate Modern

Mona Hatoum’s exhibition and artist talk at Tate Modern showcased a broad range of her practice and relationship with performance, sculpture and installation; how she addresses key themes and her choice of materials. What she focused on was how work […]

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Re-connecting

I was so chuffed to see my former critical theory tutor at CSM, Kate Love, at the PV of Nautical Perspectives the other evening. As everyone knows, PVs are mainly about talking so luckily I was over my sore throat. […]

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The decision to commit

I’m at that stage where the unpicking of my practice has begun and trying to piece it back together; in the hope of revealing those key concepts and focal points. After my tutorial with Davida on Wednesday, we discussed how […]

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My position as a female artist

This week has been an empowering, engaging experience of discussion based around female artists or seminars led by female researchers. On Saturday I attended the symposium ‘Perspectives of a Female Artist-Women in focus programme’ at the Royal Academy of Arts in […]

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The tension between organic and manmade

The group tutorial this week was insightful; it’s always interesting to get feedback and listen to how people observe and read your work. The discussion was about the work in general and what direction I could see the work taking over […]

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de-homing

It turns out that documenting the de-homing process of my own house is more interesting than showing images of de-homed houses I have no relationship with. So I’ve stopped viewing houses that are for sale. I’ve taken images of each […]

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Context and nature of the work

How do I feel stuck yet have so many ideas and thoughts relating to my practice. The work feels very open so far and has a clear, strong sense and essence of play; however some aspects have a controllable element. […]

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Alloys of ‘Wrong’: Lister at the Tate

The first thing to note is that ‘The Tate’ in this instance is a shed in an Ilkley backyard. While it’s not just any shed – but in fact a seasonally open, non-commercial gallery slowly building a good reputation- it […]

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The Paradox of Order – returning objects to place

The experience of this whole process has been energising. Interactions between participating artists and poets has been open and spontaneous for the most part. This was the intention of the host artist and author of the process Teresa Albor. Teresa […]

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Friday 19 June at the little museum of Ludlow

Morning: First of all, here’s the video link to my chaos / order talk, edited by Teresa Albor. www.vimeo.com/130677141 With Poet Martin Evans today. (Written in morning) Yesterday he was there on his own and the library was closed (foyer […]

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Studio Visit: Polly Cruse

On arrival at Polly’s studio I find a minor disaster has already struck. In the process of retrieving an archived image of a print for inclusion in a book being produced to commemorate 20 years of the Norwich Print Fair, […]

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THREAD

   AUDIOBLOG – Please click here After my last post about not being bothered about the theory of others being applied to any work I might do, it not being my problem, I started to think about my own philosophy… […]

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Wellies and a Stick

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here The power of the object The power of the song I see them as the same.   I collect the objects I write the words I find sounds that suggest presence I find garments […]

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Objects talking.

In a recent series of workshops in a community setting, I have been intrigued to observe many of my ideas about the importance and value of objects being not only confirmed but enriched and extended. My training and background in […]

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The Willard Asylum Suitcases

The Willard Asylum suitcases https://m.roadtrippers.com/blog/peek-inside-the-400-abandoned-suitcases-discovered-in-the-willard-asylum are an inclusion to The Museum suggested by conceptual object artist Dawn Cole who works on WW2 http://dawncole.co.uk This is an incredible collection – apparently 400 suitcases of former patients of the asylum, found in […]

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The Gift – by Kate Murdoch

Riches are arriving at The Museum door in quick succession and the past few days have seen a lot of activity and interest in the project to create a forum for ideas and a resource for artists working with objects. […]

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Philipa Perry Talks Teddy for The Independent Newspaper.

Thank you to Jenni Dutton for suggesting  a highly relevant article as a source of information for the Museum. In her piece, psychotherapist Philipa Perry talks about ‘transitional objects’ in the context of managing transitions and our ability to navigate […]

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