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answering the questions – one

things are starting to get a little more serious.  i want to submit shimmering place to doc fest 18 and this is requiring me to look at and consider questions set as a result of a meeting with part of the […]

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Untitled blog post from "Project Me"

[Thursday] Tomorrow Klas and I have another look at a potential new studio. I really want, and need, to find somewhere to settle and get on with making. Without such a place it is all to easy for me to […]

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Research Reflections #1

I am half way through my PhD first year in the music department at the University of Aberdeen. Over this time I have focused on my thesis topic, re-focused on my thesis topic and changed my topic! I have started […]

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Studio Practice

A place to write down ideas, thoughts and to show the developments of my studio practice.

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90 minutes to reflect on 2017

with football matches happening all around the uk i make myself comfortable to make a reflective post about this year. kicking off i feel a little unsure to to pass the thought to next, there have been some highlights of […]

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catching up

having persuaded the dog to let me type i turn my thoughts to creating this post in which i catch up with the last few weeks.  i glance over to the dog who has taken up her spot in the […]

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practice practice and practice

feeling better about my practice, i take to my keyboard to further practice writing about it.  steady progression within the non linear film commission makes me feel good about that part of my practice. i pause to stare out of […]

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Gathering clothing from the train tracks.

In May of this year, after receiving the A-N Travel Bursary, I returned to Mexico to begin my major project as an addition my my Them series. After a day of acclimatisation, I began the process of visiting the train […]

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inside the cave

the laptop screen sits brightly on my lap, the window providing some light from the mono grey day outside.  the puppy has a been playing with a newly found improvised toy and later tomorrow the ipswich speedway team will work […]

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rin tin tin

a bus bounces its way past the window, a branch of the hazel jigs and there’s further analysis of tyre wear at aragon.  my saturday morning is rich with visual and audio pastries. i’m pretty much alone as the rest […]

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researching the hell out of the sculpture…

I am now recording (with permission) conversations with friends which cover aspects of my practice that I want to research, the recordings are a not only a great way for me to revisit good ideas and thoughts but also to […]

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May is over … hopefully in more ways than one

Karin’s exhibition in Konstfönster Joar – curator Revolve Performance Art Days: Uppsala – visitor Wiks College open day – visitor Renovating/redecorating the studio – artist Enköping Art Association committee meeting – member Meeting with council to discuss collaborations – committee […]

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Stress and strain

Over the last year or so my practice has evolved more deeply than I thought it would in this time span, my resolve has become granite like and the passion for my work has exploded beyond almost manageable proportions.  I […]

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working with reduced capacity

i come to the end of the week feeling the affects of my current cold.  fortunately i was able to attend the prototyping conversation at derby silk mill. four diverse aspects of prototyping had been assembled and it led to a […]

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waking up with a cold

this morning my sore throat woke me, i sighed and sniffed and realised that i am once again with cold.  undeterred i did my chores this morning in an attempt to carry on as normal. today does feel normal.   […]

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working the shells

from the hi hat and snare i start to build in practice development by extending into the tom toms.

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Some final thoughts

So now it’s time to sum up something of what I’ve done with my bursary. I have experimented with casting resin into blocks and worked with Meltdowns in Ramsgate to learn some of the technical stuff and done lots of […]

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Platform – Spring: the final cut

As I mentioned on my previous entry: … Platform-Spring has been a hard making process so far. I’m blending the images frame by frame and am allowing my daily insights to take over. The problem is that these insights change […]

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Theoretically validated

After talking to a friend about my artwork the conversation turned to problems within his private life.  Perhaps building from the mild philosophical base of art it lead me to start thinking about what my drawings mean to me and […]

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Automatic Writing: Thoughts on Current Work

The Sea of Rock series of monotype print-paintings explore the area of West Beach that I walk along during low tide in Watchet. When I am walking along the beach I imagine those days past when Samuel Coleridge, the Father […]

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Mothering as Art Practice

AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I spend quite a bit of my time talking to artist teachers, and artists with other jobs, about the connections between life and practice, and having to make time for the practice. There is the […]

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