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Week Two

This evening’s session was hugely exciting! We had been set a task to bring in a small model to try out on one of the Maker Bots, so we started off by loading one of our own files onto the […]

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Week One

Today was a great start to the course. We were given a detailed tour of the 3d printing facilities at The Cass by course tutor, Anatol Just. We looked at the various machines – SLS (Selective Laser Sintering), Z Corp […]

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1 week to go!

1 week to go before putting up my degree show! I don’t graduate until July, but I feel like my time as a student will be finished next week. It’s such a strange feeling. I don’t know how I feel […]

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The importance of good photographs of your work

While attending an art college at Carmarthen School of art, I have access to lots of different art departments. One of which I use quite regularly. The photography department. Getting my work photographed in a white studio with professional lighting […]

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Memories of Clothing – Worthing Museum

Last week I heard that my Arts Council Grant application has been successful!! The project is to work with writer Suzanne Joinson, exploring Worthing Museum’s (extensive) clothing collection and linking with stories / memories from residents in a local care […]

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Playing with my food

At the start of my current project, I played around a little with the idea of using food in my art practice. I’ve played with food before as seen here. It was a lot of fun but I’m unsure if […]

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Claire Barclay at Mission Gallery, Swansea. Photo: Matthew Otten
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A Q&A with… Claire Barclay, artist responding to industrial contexts

For ‘Deep Spoils’, the Glasgow-based Scottish artist’s first exhibition in Wales, Claire Barclay has responded to the history and architecture of Swansea’s Mission Gallery by reconfiguring existing works alongside new elements. Anneka French discovers more about her distinctive practice that draws on industrial motifs to explore materiality and memory.

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New Designers London 2018

Yesterday myself and 3 other sculptors were asked to be a part of this year’s Coleg sir gar’s stand at New Designers 2018 along with the college’s ceramicists. The ceramicists did all of the fundraising to pay for the stand so we’re […]

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Bulb experiments

Recently I’ve been exploring making domestic objects useless as their intended purpose. I’ve had lots of fun with the project so far and I still have more work to come, but this has been a new way of working for […]

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Making objects useless

I’m slowly figuring out what exactly it is that I want to convey through my work. I’m finding it difficult because I work quite intuitively with materials, so I tend to reflect on what it is I’m trying to say […]

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Figuring out display

Something I’ve been really considering with my work this term is how to display pieces. My degree show is coming up really fast and it’s forcing me to consider different ways to display my work. For this piece in particular […]

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Influenced by Sonja Baumel

A project I have planned coming soon, using petri dishes, was influenced by Sonja Baumel’s work where she lays her body into a large petri dish (acting like the canvas) and lets the bacteria from her body grow (acting like […]

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Hair is a strange material to work with

I really enjoy working with organic materials in my practice. There’s something almost quite wrong about it, as though I’m breaking some kind of rule or something. Hair is something I’ve found myself working with this year. This is one […]

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Cotton bud experiments

I’m currently in the last term of university at Carmarthen School of Art, and this term I’ve been focusing on working with domestic, every day objects. My aim is to experiment with them and try to make them useless in […]

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Event Exhibition

m2(at)15

  • Early notice
  • Venue:
    APT Gallery
  • From:
    May 10, 2018
  • To:
    May 27, 2018
  • Location:
    London
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