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Twenty Years of Silver, Cornelia Parker

I am interested in the way objects are used to convey a narrative in Cornelia Parker’s work.  Twenty Years of Silver consists of two silver goblets, which her friend was given as a wedding present.  The marriage has since broken […]

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Artist Studio Visits

We visited Butley Mills Studios, Asylum Studios and Old Jet Studios  This allowed us to have an insight into the diverse works and processes used by Suffolk artists working closely together in shared studios. One of the highlights from the Butley […]

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Rachel Whiteread Tate Britain Exhibition Visit

On 23rd September 2017 I visited the Tate Britain to see an exhibition of Rachel Whiteread’s work.  I have been interested in the processes behind the making of her works, particularly the way in which ordinary objects are cast and […]

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Becoming immortal

Immortalizing the sculpture – death is part of life. The humanity of ‘process’ – the cycle of a project starts from an ending, a death of sorts. I gave up working in the way I had been and started with […]

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Herstory !!!!

  I was lucky enough to witness the production ‘We’re still here’ at the National Theatre Wales. The performance was truly breathtaking and awe-inspiring; shadows of history shouting defiantly from their unemployed graves. The production in its entirety was emotive […]

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Infinity

  • Last chance
  • Venue:
    Arthouse1
  • From:
    November 09, 2017
  • To:
    December 02, 2017
  • Location:
    London
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Wardrobe Diaries revisited

I did not have the words when I started this blog. Looking back at it now it feels scant and sporadic, and tells me little of what was happening. The lack of verbal language, reflected here, is perhaps why I […]

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Laura Ford, A King's Appetite, 2017, detail. Photo: Nigel Green
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A Q&A with… Laura Ford, sculptor

Sculptor Laura Ford’s new commission for Brighton’s House Biennial draws on the history of town’s Royal Pavilion and in particular that of its early 19th century commissioner King George IV, who lived there as Prince Regent prior to taking the throne. Dany Louise talks to the artist about her work and finds out why Donald Trump has a starring role in her installation, A King’s Appetite.

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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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Clean-up time…

I’ve noticed that the deposits on some of the recent works are somewhat fragile, sometimes resulting in diamond shaped fragments breaking away from the globular growths (it actually looks pretty good, but could be an issue with some of the […]

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Victoria Rance : The Night Horse and The Holy Baboon
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Joanna Kirk Interviews Victoria Rance

Artist Joanna Kirk interviews sculptor Victoria Rance ahead of a ten-year retrospective of her work, ‘Victoria Rance | The Night Horse and The Holy Baboon’ to be held at The Cello Factory, Waterloo 23-30 October 2017.

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