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New Materials in New Ways

I thought you might be interested to see how my experiments/artwork using Halen Mon salts are progressing. I’ve been using the chalk (washed from the salt) as a ground on the surface of glass sheets. I then cover with salt solution […]

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Remembering the Residency

The end of the Surface Arts and Rumpueng Artspace Residency saw two more actions from Girl Gang Chiang Mai. We showed shoppers how to ride an escalator like a rainbow and how to pause time whilst camouflaging produce in a […]

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Month One

At the end of August I moved to Stoke-On-Trent to begin a Graduate Residency at Airspace Gallery. It has now been just over a month since I arrived. ‘Airspace Gallery is a collaborative, artist led project in Stoke-on-Trent, providing professional development […]

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Graduate Residency at Airspace Gallery

This blog will document my current residency at Airspace Gallery in Stoke-On-Trent.
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Research Objectives, Reflections & Returning.

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 […]

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Inter silo / intra-silo

Over 24hrs into experiencing a new continent (South America), a new environment (the Uber Uber Corporate Conference) and a language that ‘belongs’ to many countries ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Community_of_Portuguese_Language_Countries ) I am more sure than ever that my practice exists within an intra-silo space. […]

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Girl Gang Chiang Mai

Following the talk I gave at Rumpueng Artspace I was invited to give the same talk to a cohort of sculpture students at Chiang Mai University (for which I was paid a fee – ‘its policy’). Apparently the students are […]

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Closing thoughts…

So the emailing begins trying to re-connect with contacts in Finland and finding the right people to talk to in Manchester. I have had some amazing contacts from Julie Ward NW Labour MEP who has helped network me with Geoffrey […]

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Artist Talk

After a great weekend visit to Mai Rim for a party and a swim in a beautiful waterfall, I spent some time preparing to give a talk about my work, and host an English themed ‘Mad Hatter’s Tea Party’ – […]

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Residency Plans

In October I’ll be starting a yearlong residency with Bank Street Arts in Sheffield. It’s going to be a cross-stitch based project in two parts: I’ll be creating a large scale cross-stitch myself based on the mythical Ancient Greek Moirai […]

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What I found was that art wasn’t…

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 […]

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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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Beginning to reflect

I just wanted to post the last few bits and pieces I saw during my research residency. I didn’t get to see as much of the festival as I wanted however on my travels I did see Les Dudes in […]

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Settling in

Almost a week into the residency and Chiang Mai is beginning to feel more familiar. I’ve visited Seascape gallery, Pong Noi gallery, went to a talk about artist-led activity in Japan at 31st Century art space (made of shipping containers) […]

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Residency Artist Talk

I gave an artist talk in my studio with a little performative twist by changing my title t-shirts during each section. For example I started wearing my ‘Artist’ t, followed by ‘Tour Guide’ when talking about Manchester as a city […]

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Surface Arts and Rumpueng Loudspeaker Residency

After an epic 40 hour journey I have arrived in Thailand. Katie Hawker who runs the artist-led project Surface Arts along with her assistant a local artist called Pitchaya, have been showing me the ropes, introducing me to local artists […]

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Meeting OFF

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 […]

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We have arrived…

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 […]

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Last day before I depart…

This morning seems a good time to start packing for my trip. Why is it when everything is out of the suitcase it looks impossible for it all to fit in? Although magically it does…I need this evening to finish […]

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