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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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Experiments in collage

In my new filmic collage the one piece of footage exciting me most shows shots of London through a passing train; flickering images, inside then out, a strobing billboard, flashes of colour, light and shade. It creates its own inherent […]

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R & D

Research & Development – Reading & Dialogue – Reaction & Direction – Courtesy of an AN Professional Development Bursary 2016

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Person Spec Shed

For the past few weeks I have been focusing on writing the person specification for the upcoming residency in Tampere, Finland that is taking longer to pull together than expected. To research how to structure the residency call out I […]

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Post Event 2

  It has taken me a while to be able to write about this last event I hosted at the University of Salford, Overcoming barriers to artists’ residencies as I am so critical of my own performance and a little […]

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Go and See – Lancashire to Yorkshire

Go and See – research trip Since launching our long-term studio base in Preston city centre in 2014, The Birley Artist Studios has enjoyed a steady growth of interest and activity – enough so that we plan to expand both our programme and premises […]

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Art/Work – A Research Project

Since 2014 myself and Lydia Catterall have been developing a research based project initially titled ‘Art/Work’ – looking at the relationships between the arts and the systems that contain it. Speaking to working artists and freelance professionals, deciphering relevant literature and […]

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Say what it is

Post research event at Manchester Art Gallery in November I have been crystal clear with the headline in my upcoming artist talk poster; Overcoming barriers to artists’ residencies. The University of Salford have been supporting me with providing a venue, […]

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Overcoming barriers to artists’ residencies

You are all invited to the second We Are Resident event at the University of Salford. Booking is essential to reserve your FREE place. We look forward to seeing you there… https://weareresident.eventbrite.co.uk

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The traveller

There is a discontinuity between me as spectator-traveller and the space of the landscape I journey through that stops me seeing sites as places or from being fully present in them, even when I try tactics to bridge the gap. […]

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Evaluation #2 10 Minute Residency

Point 4 – Interview Booth The final point was an opportunity to interview artists/artist parents/creatives to see if there were any commonalities in there response to the previous questions and ask them specifically about their professional development needs. This is […]

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Evaluation #1 10 Minute Residency

43 participants including adults and children 33 General Public   10 Artists/Creatives Point 1 – Suitcase People where asked if they wanted an International or Domestic residency and noted their responses on luggage labels. The scores for this where International […]

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The non – place of the train journey

I’m interested in how my project investigating the experience of the train journey from Marden to London could be interpreted if I read it from Marc Augé’s perspectives on non-places: For Augé, our modern-day environment has undergone such drastic changes […]

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The train journey from the perspective of Marc Augé

I’m interested in how my project investigating the experience of the train journey from Marden to London could be interpreted if I read it from the perspective of Marc Augé’s Non-Places: An Introduction to Supermodernity. Here’s what he says about […]

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Drawing time & space – experiment 5

Tactics: take 30 seconds of film either side of the still. Play it at normal speed, freezing it every 1 second to draw the skyline. I don’t like the mark-making in this – too controlled – lacks expression   More […]

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