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Tracing & Erasing Objects and Art

My research focuses on how artists’ create and construct communicative contexts within practice. Focusing on sound, my work observes human interaction and activates spoken-word, with original narratives being questioned and new, quasi-fictional narrative constructed/composed. Exploring ‘erasing’ as a methodology, my […]

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DTP in London – Day of Performative Drawing Workshops

Day of Performative Drawing Workshops, by Draw to Perform Sat 16 March 2019, 12:00-20:00. Lewisham Arthouse, London The upcoming workshop day by Draw to Perform will include three bookable workshops about drawing, provided by acclaimed artists and performers. The workshops […]

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Post mentoring session experiments.

Apple mic within a latex cover. I decided to cover the Apple mic (mentioned in previous blog post) with a finger cut from a latex glove, firstly to keep moisture out of the microphone and secondly to get rid of […]

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Second mentoring session with Ben Sadler.

My last mentoring session saw me arrive at a point where I knew that I wanted to move forward experimenting with making and collecting soundscapes using the body as a source. I had talked to Ben about how I would […]

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First mentoring session

I recently had my first mentoring session with Ben Sadler. Ben is an artist who, alongside his own practice, works collaboratively with Phil Duckworth as Juneau Projects. As this was our first mentoring meeting it was an opportunity to talk […]

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King of the Dogs – DOG/GOD

In the late afternoon I make final preparations for mask performance around the street and beach site.  After four days of intensive making  the King of the Dogs is finally making an appearance – dancing into Puri – a familiar […]

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Teensy 3.2 Workshop

Shortly before Christmas Dom Breadmore invited Fellows to meet at Ludic Rooms, Coventry for an introductory workshop using a Teensy, officially defined as ‘a complete USB-based microcontroller development system’. In basic terms a Teensy is a board which can be […]

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Two day residential.

At the end of November all fellows attended a residential at Hawkwood College in the Cotswolds where we were introduced to the mentors for the first time. This residential felt like it marked a starting point as this was the […]

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