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Experimenting

We did some experimental run throughs on site.  We tried performing in parallel, and performing in turn and then pausing whilst the other one does some. The parallel performance works much better, the serial one is a bit pedestrian and […]

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Progress

So I’ve done more thinking about where work is going and there are two choices: I could make a series as in photography, or settle on one direction to focus on. At the moment, a series seems to be the […]

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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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Exploring the mouth as an autonomous site.

During Poppy Jacksons workshop we did an exercise that explored the mouth. I stood opposite Poppy for 5 mins with my fingers inside her mouth, and hers inside mine. We explored eachothers mouths; feeling the structure, the textures, listening to […]

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Next surprise

Barrow 16 turns out to be Barrow 20, and is not included in the excavation this time. So my planning for the site and measuring the space was for nothing. However, the barrows being dug this time include Barrow 8, […]

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Barrow 16

Things are moving really fast. As well as talking through the ideas around the piece with Gemma, I have also spent 2 sessions with another artist working alongside me. We have experimented with different approaches to the work, and I […]

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Persistent and Unstable Acts

Part of this R&D process is to see how I can integrate my sculptural and performance work within my forthcoming solo project. I want to develop a hybrid of the two. So far, I have only ever performed in a […]

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RAMUS|EVANS Collaborative

Blurring the Boundaries: Subconscious Collaboration at The Roath Park Pub. Last night was the first collaborative show by me and fellow CSAD student and friend Natalie Ramus at Roath Park Pub. We had a fantastic and supportive turnout; all came […]

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Music is a torch…

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here A song can elicit a much more immediate emotional response than a piece of visual art. I’ve said before that as an artist performing a live song, that immediate response, even if a polite […]

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Dramaturgy at Barrow 16

We started the day with a visit to the site. We talked about what a significant space it felt with the trees all round it. It is the first time Gemma had seen it so it was useful to get […]

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First consultation day tomorrow

I will spend the day tomorrow with my dramaturg, Gemma Williams. It’s the first time to show her the site where my piece will be performed in May, and the archaeology has not started yet, so all she can see […]

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It Feels Wrong

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I write my blog as much for myself as my audience, possibly more. When I look back over it I get a feel for what is dominating my thoughts. If it feels wrong, I can […]

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Then & Now

Outdoors performance piece set within the excavation of a Bronze Age burial mound

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Getting lost in my thoughts

As time passes so too does it seem to speed up. With the intense experience of the passing of time and the impending assessment, self declaration and judgement, the level of introspection also seems to deepen. I am so in […]

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