As a former cycle messenger I’m fascinated by alternative ways of understanding the city – how we navigate its complex spaces and the role which sound plays in helping us locate ourselves within it. The piece I am devising (Wait and […]
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A new report produced by The Audience Agency in partnership with CVAN illustrates how galleries play a significant role in the visitor economy.
PLAY Walking Listening Birdsong Wind gust Rippling Swaying Height Scurrying Spikes Ferns unrolling Unfurling Waiting Resting watching Feeling Thinking Connecting Sideways Climbing Scaling Leaving Traces Tracks Surface Touch Touch Touch Space Lillies Water Traveling Universe expanding I am expanding Rain […]
I have been collecting images from walking around Ashburnham estate
Train journeys can be liminal. I’m shifted; removed from the environment of home, travelling towards another kind of space. Somewhere between leaving and arriving I transmute into another version of myself; one with different roles and responsibilities. Structure isn’t absent […]
Venue:Environment & Sustainability Institute
From:March 21, 2015
To:April 15, 2015
Location:South West England
I want to investigate my new photographic work in more detail to understand what’s driving it. I’ll do this by asking myself a series of questions. Question 1: what is liminal space? Liminal: The ‘threshold of a physiological or psychological […]
Key thoughts and themes from the one-day discursive event as part of the AHRC funded research project ‘Co-producing legacy: What is the role of artists within Connected Communities projects?’.
i’ve been holed up with a cold over the weekend and today am really pleased to be feeling better. i’ve celebrated this by getting my arduino out and playing some more. today it’s been with a 7 segment led display. […]
Collection of my texts, research and other writing on the a-n website.
Venue:The Gumption Business Centre:
Date:November 18, 2014 at 09:00 AM
I have been continuing my experiments with coloured theatre gels and the LED light sheets I recovered from an old work earlier last week. I have been mainly just playing in my studio; arranging then rearranging the coloured acetate filters […]
Abuela (grandmother) and I continue our unpacking here at a-n and it’s time to write again at Barcelona in a Bag! The parallel blog over at The Museum for Object Research has had Abuela and I pretty busy up until […]
Residencies are as diverse as the practitioners, organisations and environments that host them. From fee paying to sponsored, rural to urban and global to local. They provide a matrix for investigation, invention and exploration (at best) and at worst they […]
I’m holding a discussion next week as part of my research project at Phoenix Brighton and have invited a range of people to join me. The idea is to stimulate discussion which will help me think about and develop my […]
A forum for artists working with objects and a repository for ideas to inform our practice. All submissions welcome!
Listed below are the comments written by the passing public in Tampere and artists at the residency studios of how to twin the cities together. What I found was that ‘Art’ wasn’t much of a priority in the general publics […]
Today I had a full day of work which is a real treat for me since having a baby in January. I met with Anne the residency co-ordinator at the Maltinranta Art Center to settle the rent and collect the […]
Finally after many emails I got to meet Emmiliina one of the festival production assistants. I was given an artist pack and I had the chance to get more information about best places to hang my banner. I was a […]
We arrived at the residency house at the end of the day on Friday very tired after two taxis, two planes and two buses. Baby Cassius managed the best whilst mum and dad were struggling, hungry and wishing we packed […]
Re-reading some more of the Artistic Research course texts, or perhaps reading them in a (literally physically) different context has been surprisingly rewarding. Sometimes it can take a really long time for me to ‘get’ something, or to reach a […]
Tampere Artists´ Association rents living and working facilities at Takahuhti Artcenter for visiting artists, curators, critics and alike. The building is a former old people´s home and it is owned by the City of Tampere.
“Sustainability has got capacity to adopt its meaning to the prevailing conditions. It is not a rigid system of rules, not a precept which tells us what to do in any possible situation. Ultimately, what it does is to give […]
Meeting 2 The moment Dr Carolyn Rando saw the rabbit still had a face, she gave a gasp of delight. It’s a Sunday and we are spending a few hours in the suburban back garden of Charlotte’s parents’ house. Charlotte […]