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Bathe In Ignorance

Bathe in Ignorance has progressed through words from a large English dictionary (a few pages) that I don’t know.  So far I’ve responded in paint to: abate, abatis, abature, abaxial, abay, Abaza, abb, abbacy, Abbe, and now abbess in light […]

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The Visitation – Part 2

AUDIOBLOG -Please click here Real art world living, as opposed to do what you want art world living, or art school living… If I was still in an educational establishment I would be working towards a resolution of some sort […]

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Studio games

Luxuriating in the way the paint swirls, clings and disengages from its support. It changes constantly, both during the process of application, whilst drying and after. I am not a painter. For the last 18 months at least, I have […]

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Studio

All things studio: individual, collective, critical, reflective.

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About the residency at Curious Projects

Curious Projects opened  affordable studios for artists in Eastbourne in January 2015.  More than just working spaces, we aim to create a platform for fostering collaboration, encouraging mutual support, and the cross-pollination of ideas across artistic disciplines. As part of this aspiration, […]

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Some corner.

A residency journal by artist Alice Lunt, documenting her time at Curious Projects. [Curious Projects residency, March to May 2015, at Curious Studios, Eastbourne] • http://www.curious-projects.co.uk • http://walkintomyparlour.com

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Units of Time

This week I: Finished stitching cube 2. Now titled 21.50 Started cube 3. Stitched for 19hr 23mins. Began reading Tanya Harrods new book ‘The Real Thing – essays on making in the modern world’ Connected with Artist Ness Donnelly who’s […]

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Units of time

A few weeks ago I introduced you to the beginning of my new project ‘Units of time’. My progress so far is detailed below. The title of each Unit (cube) I make refers to the number of hours and minutes […]

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Ch, Ch, Ch, Changes…………..

So this week has been a bit of a manic one for me….mostly through my own doing. In my attempt to bring one of the ideas for my MA series to fruition I started yapping to people on twitter last […]

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Patterns and infinite circles

My 2 latest paintings have been exploring similar themes but in very different ways. ‘Discretion’ plays with the patterns I found in scrunched up newspaper which I juxtaposed with the close up detail of a lace fan. It is complicated […]

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Crossing thresholds

When Sonia Boué tweeted b/w images from the Oxford-London train of the globetrotter-suitcase and later her face she seemed a time-traveller from the 30s/40s, on her way to meet me at a flat temporarily located in 2014’s London (so I […]

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Strands of wishful thinking

I have become obsessed with a Mickey Mouse look-alike! Didn’t think I’d ever write that sentence and certainly not in the context of my project, but there it is. You may remember the images of toys at the end of […]

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Process v product, and the invisible woman

It’s taken a while – I’m feeling a bit thick at the moment, the hot weather dulls my senses – but I’ve just realised something…   The way I work, is the way I work. Despite little forays into what […]

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This is Awkward.

This is Awkward. And so, finally time to come clean on this shiny new website and on a shiny new blog. During the last eighteen months or so, it may have escaped your notice that I have been writing more […]

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Big picture – 2011 July

Phoebe Cummings, Flora, detail from the floor of the residency studio, Victoria & Albert Museum, unfired clay, 2010. Photo: Sylvain Deleu

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Stuart Mayes

Following a residency in Sweden, London-based artist and blogger Stuart Mayes relocated to Stockholm. Here, he talks to Andrew Bryant about this move, working intuitively and developing confidence in his practice.

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