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Emily Peasgood, Halfway to Heaven, commissioned by the Creative Foundation for Folkestone Triennial 2017, image by Thierry Bal.
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Q & A with Emily Peasgood

Emily Peasgood is one of the 2017 Folkestone Triennial commissioned artists. She’s created ‘Halfway to Heaven’, an acoustic piece drawing on both geological and cultural divides, neatly fitting this year’s theme ‘Double Edge’. Peasgood discusses her work with Jillian Knipe.

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february in review

a short month, so a short review ? we’ll find out shortly.  with external projects in various stages of beginning and waiting to finish my main practice focus for the month has been to re-iterate my practice website. informed by […]

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What are we trying to find out?

Val came up to the studio yesterday and we spent some time reacquainting ourselves with the project after the summer break. I have used the last couple of months to work up ideas based on visuals from the case study […]

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make review : the big bang interactive

this summer at the silk mill we’re cramming in as much as we can.  our residency programme is also a partner programme in the maker ed: maker corps programme and i’ve expressed an interest in being part of the maker […]

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Serendipitous Symposium

Artists in the Field: Ephemeral Landscapes and Experimental Geographies A personal response to the symposium within the context of my own art practice ‘If in doubt return to the field’ was Dr Harriet Hawkins’ opening to the symposium, Artists in […]

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Happy New Year?

Audioblog – Please click here I don’t really like New Year. There’s the regulation jollity thing. Actually I find it depressing. Quite often I just want to be left alone, its passing just another day into night into day. Drunkenness […]

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Notes to self

I have gathered plenty of film footage, shot as and when so it spans seasons and weather conditions. I’ve surveyed the entire journey down each side of the train from Marden to London and mapped points of interest to shoot […]

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Danish Art Academy graduation show

A bit of delay in the latest posting as it took me a while to work out my sub was due to Artists’ Network: the administration of modern life! I wanted to post a review of Afgang, 2015, the graduation […]

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[CONVERSATIONS]

…AT Tate Modern on Marlene Dumas |The Image as Burden Saturday 14th February 2015

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[CONVERSASTIONS]

…AT SPINACH WITH DAVID MACDIARMID: SHOW & PRACTICE DIALOGUE THURSDAY 12TH FEBRUARY 2015

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Beverages, Biscuits and Bacon

  AUDIOBLOG – Please click here I don’t usually do this sort of thing, but curiously, that sense of responsibility about the funding is actually changing my working practice. It will be interesting to see whether the changes remain once […]

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The journey of ‘To accrete n.05 movie stills’

Nine months ago I made the initial version of To accrete n.05 movie stills which transfers a collaged physical artwork into a series of still shots. It fractures viewing into small slices that gradually reveal a whole, an exercise both […]

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2014: My Year in Review

As we all try and combat the January blues (again), I find it a useful pick-me-up to reflect on the previous year hoping that it will serve up some interesting revelation. 2014 was a productive year for me; I entered […]

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Visual Review of 2014

I’m currently looking over my art and projects in photographs on Pinterest: http://uk.pinterest.com/catherinewp/2014-review/ Review of 2014 A year of running before I can walk! Tangible Dissertation, being included in two books (Stitched Time, compiled by Clare Smith) and Dwell book […]

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Academic study and the rest

The course has the appearance of having fully started – this week has brought about first tutorials and seminars. Tutorials are a bonus of taught programmes – you get the opportunity to talk about yourself and your work without worrying […]

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