My first experiment with drawing in Rhino will the laser in mind as tool, was a turning a series of drawings tracing everyday actions such as cooking porridge, school run, and talking on the phone into 3D objects using the modelling software […]
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A survey of Berlin-based artists by the Institute for Strategy Development found that female artists are worse off than men, with many facing considerable barriers such as a significant gender pay gap and regular sexual harassment.
Venue:Brighouse Household Waste Recycling Centre
Date:October 11, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Thursday 11th October, 1-2pm Brighouse Household Waste Recycling Centre, Atlas Mill Road, Brighouse Alice Bradshaw is Brighouse Arts Festival 2018’s artist in residence and will be based at Brighouse Tip researching & undertaking Rubbish Conversations, culminating in a public performance […]
I had my initial meeting with the team at Brighouse Recycling Centre yesterday and bought a giant fibreglass yellow pepper for 50p from the on site ‘Revive’ shop at the recycling centre which intercepts items destined for the skips. The […]
I’m artist in residency at Brighouse Recycling Centre for Brighouse Festival 2018. I will be working on site researching and and undertaking Rubbish Conversations leading up to the Festival (5-14th October), culminating in a performance on site and exhibition at Brighouse Library
It’s hard to bounce back from rejection and keep going. Life and art practice is inevitably crap at times and coping strategies for the lows are helpful. I’ve been reflecting about this and think this is one of the many […]
Although it is kind of the wrong time of year to start growing meadow seeds, July is a fantastic time to see meadow plants thriving. That is if you find them by a river and not in the parched brown open […]
Li-E Chen, Research, New York | 12 – 22 December 2017 On two artists who both work with Silence: Robert Wilson and Tehching Hsieh Four Days to Robert Wilson’s archives in NYC Two Visits to Tehching Hsieh’s studio in NYC One Day to […]
Venue:Christmas Steps Gallery
From:September 11, 2018
To:September 16, 2018
Location:South West England
I travelled to Longyearbyen, Svalbard, for a three-week research and development residency.
The Oceans Apart exhibition at MMU Special Collections Library was curated by Dr John Gibbons from his personal collection of items and manuscripts relating to transatlantic crossings between 1870 and 1940. John kindly met with me last week to talk […]
In his book Education for Socially Engaged Practice, Pablo Helguera explores what it means to work in a socially engaged manner; where the variables lie, the questions, experiments and issues. Early in the book he “establishes a tentative taxonomy”(1) to work […]
I have been commissioned by Dover District Council, to portray Russell Gardens in Dover Kent, the only example of Thomas H Mawson’s garden design in the South East that is open to the public: Kearsey Abbey and Russell Gardens form […]
Nominated for the 2018 Turner Prize and a recent recipient of the European Culture Foundation’s Princess Margriet Award for Culture, the London-based independent research agency Forensic Architecture is making political and cultural waves with its evidence-based work. Chris Sharratt talks to artist and filmmaker Simone Rowat, one of the group’s 15 team members.
I was very lucky this year to receive an A-n bursary to extend my current research into mid war coastal architecture and begin my project, ‘The Maiden Voyage’. My work since 2013 has mainly responded to 1930s seafront architecture. This […]
Intro to the chlorophyll printing process
This blog documented my 2018 A-n Bursary – a research visit to New York & Miami to explore the expansion of modernist architecture from Europe to the USA via Oceanliners. I am now extending this research in the UK for a site specific artwork at Georges Dock, Liverpool, Sept 2019.
If the general definition of a ‘weed’ is taken to be ‘a plant in the wrong place’ or ‘a plant growing where it is not wanted’, what then is the right place for a plant to grow? Project: The Ragwort […]
This week I’ve been compiling a list of local/UK mental health support services and charities that now feature on our blog and will form a directory in the newspaper. One of the risks of raising awareness about mental health and […]
We took the kids to YSP yesterday and upstairs in the chapel overlooking Chiharo Shiota’s installation is a small book on silence. The kids’ bags provided in the gallery also contain ear defenders for blocking out sound whilst creating sculptures […]
Vanessa and I took the train to Sheffield and back on Saturday. Vanessa has a disabled persons railcard so it cost us £14 total with me travelling as her carer for the journey. We had a notebook, train wine and […]
I do love a dictionary/glossary definition and this is from Wikipedia’s Glossary of United Kingdom railway terms Chord: A curve connecting two otherwise-unconnected rail lines that lie at tangents to that curve (Usually both lines are straight, one being at […]
Now the weather has warmed up I seem to be working on numerous projects at the same time trying to catch up. There also seems to be a surge in activity in general following the Easter break. This is all […]
I took the kids to Sheffield for the day to see Utter Rubbish and the shows on at Millenium Galleries. We took the train along the Penistone Line and I made some quick notes in between building lego, handing out […]