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The Brixton Exchange 2

A one-day event led by artists group Anchor & Magnet using creative workshops to discuss and debate heritage, regeneration and loss in the city, that took place on 23rd April 2016. Review written by Oliver Carter. Photographs by Katarzyna Perlak.

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No Clash please, Silchester Calling

Community artist based at a housing redevelopment in North Kensington interviews residents, councillor, architect and Turner Prize nominated artist.

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Gradual renewal – the art of architecture

It was a pleasure to meet up recently with Derek Latham at Lancaster West estate in North Kensington where I was community artist in residence. He worked for the architectural firm of Clifford Wearden and Associates in the late 1960s […]

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Christmas cheer and conflict

I’ve almost concluded my artist residency at Lancaster West estate. There has been a hiatus to the community project work that has consisted of making large scale drawings for a mural and a short film. The regeneration works on Grenfell […]

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Every cloud has a silver lining

Fade in. A city landscape. We hear questions being asked by a range of people. Tentative answers are given in response. I’m moving onto Lancaster West estate, what is it really like? It’s the largest estate in the Royal Borough of Kensington […]

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IN-SITE: Regeneration and the Role of Public Art

A creative seminar linked to the IN-SITE project, arranged by Francis Knight  at the University of Kent, Chatham Historic Dockyard, 8th July 2015 I found the discussion about the role the artist has to offer in public projects particularly intriguing. […]

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New territory: Manchester’s HOME creates meeting point for the arts

As HOME, Manchester’s new space for art, theatre and cinema, fully opens to the public, Bob Dickinson looks at its place in the city’s arts ecology, the significance of its cross-disciplinary approach to commissioning, and where it sits in the city’s wider regeneration plans and the creation of a ‘northern powerhouse’.

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V&A Museum Community Artist in Residence, 2014-15

For the first time, the V&A, in partnership with RIBA and supported by RBKC, staged a community-based artist residency.  My studio at 7 Shalfleet Drive was attached to the More West housing development. This is the first housing development in […]

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Home Sweet Home – Film programme at the V&A

The entrance to the Architecture Gallery at the V&A has a classic marble staircase. It echoes to the sound of history. On the 19th and 20th November 2014, I held a film screening and paper folding workshop here. Visitors approaching the […]

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Horizons West

It might not be the final frontier. But this blog entry begins and ends with space. The big bang of the widescreen, large format and panoramic. A location for an artist to perform and connect with people. The contested politics […]

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Horizons West

It might not be the final frontier. But this blog entry begins and ends with space. The big bang of the widescreen, large format and panoramic. A location for an artist to perform and connect with people. The contested politics […]

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Dwelling in Unity

Beyond the garden fence of the studio, the building work of More West progresses. Insulation material is being installed. Inside, I’m holding court on my first open day. It was great to see old and especially new faces. Allan Tyrrell was born […]

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