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Nothing ‘is’ Immediate – Exhibition at Artspace Portsmouth

First of three exhi­bi­tions of new work explor­ing a mul­ti-sen­so­ry engage­ment, geo­met­ric sculp­tur­al instal­la­tions, five ele­ments and ther­a­peu­tic sounds. Nothing ‘is’ Immediate is a collaborative project and exhibition by Tony Spencer and Kate Street that explores the relationship between the elements of […]

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no longer in this together Llanelli lockdown

I live in Llanelli and it is the first town to be put under lockdown. Llanelli is tiny once you realise you’re not allowed to leave. I am a cyclist. Below is a photo of me completing the Everesting challenge […]

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Nothing is Immediate Studio Soft Opening

You’re cordially invited to the opening of my new studio and the soft launch of my ACE project Nothing ‘is’ Immediate. I built the studio with the help of artist Peter McGinnis during Lockdown, creating a resourceful space to complete […]

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Sermon – On the seventh beatitude

  Sermon – On the seventh beatitude a reconstructed pulpit normally associated with the performance of a philosophical or theological presentation, is used on this occasion as a platform, which invites the audience to individually ascend the spiral stairs and stand in view […]

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Flesh and Blood

Flesh and Blood a kneeler reconstructed from reclaimed pallet wood, invites the audience to perform the act of kneeling in front of a mirror. From this position the participant confronts their own reflection and words of affirmation burnt in reverse into the wooden frame of […]

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Nothing would disturb me

The second in the series of Geometric sculptures, the Icosahedron, made it’s first appearance at National Trust property Sandham Memorial Chapel this March 2020, in a group exhibition of contemporary art by CAS Artists called Saturated Space. In platonism and […]

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Is Nothing Immediate?

I’m interested in the notion of Nothing, and what nothing is? I imagine that when I look into darkness or pure black, the absence of light is the boundary of the universe, creating a memory of what it was like before Being. My […]

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Day 9 Responding to my materials in space

Having cleared the 5mX5m floor space, I’ve made room for the 9m wire mesh roll to dictate what happens next. It’s a combination of careful balancing & weighing the inherent tension within the wire mesh coil & unfurling it into […]

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Conversations with a hero and i heard a warcry

I spoke to my hero today, she has been for some time. Someone that says something at times when people don’t speak. She spoke with honesty and with presence. It shook me and i noticed. We spoke about our practice. […]

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Expendable ….

adjective….of relatively little significance, and therefore able to be abandoned or destroyed A mortifying realisation that extra curricula subjects are potentially to be abandoned in September. It came up in my news feed. Outlined in panic. First from the artists. […]

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Sticky domestic weight

I have no clear understanding where I stop and my children begin, this is mirrored Through object in that I am the house, the kitchen, the bath, the dogs, the bitty Lego carpet and my un made bed.

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Pythons

This piece is the amalgamation of bodily forms, the unholy trinity. It describes the conjoinment to the devil, the becoming of a gateway. It distinguishes the damned women, the pythons, those who the devil speaks through. The sexed temptresses are […]

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Human Remains

I have been studying crouched figures and the negative spaces they produce; spaces formed from curved stomachs, thighs, arms and breasts pressed together. I began carving these shapes out of wax and soap. Making the impressions of where the body […]

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Trial by Cold Water

The performance ‘Trial’ takes its name from the Trial by Cold Water in which the accused Witch is thrown into a river and found innocent if she sank, guilty if she floated. The rigged, paradoxical nature of this trial was harsh […]

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