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Let’s Have a Conversation, Please.

A Conversation (Polyurethane Rubber, Iron Nails) When something is nailed to the wall people are forced to talk about it. Infertility is one of those issues we intrinsically avoid because of our society’s puritan foundations. It’s embarrassing because it relates […]

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Dark Space

Dark Space (Ultrasound, Fridge, Magnet) This work has become an investigative social experiment. I find a sense of hilarity in following the ritual of a pregnant woman, lovingly displaying my ultrasound of my empty uterus on the fridge, sharing it […]

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Zombie in the water

Abandoned fishing gear makes up most of the plastic pollution in some parts of the world’s oceans and seas, killing and injuring more than 100,000 whales, dolphins, seals, and turtles a year.

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Lorries

The lorry, a prominent factor within my grandad’s life. His businesses revolved around driving lorries, becoming his main form of income. His life revolved around living in lorries for days at a time, travelling all over the uk delivering. This […]

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The Second Body

Tibetan healing practices describe the physical experience as a: ‘continuous interaction between the second body and the dense, material human body’. The second body is often referred to as the astral form, soul or mental body that is intertwined with […]

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is there anybody out there?

Final submission piece for the Themes, Theories and Practice module at University. After discovering the phenomenon of the social media suicide note, I decided to create a sculpture that conveyed the sadness and isolation of those suffering from Mental illness. […]

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Five ways Nothing ‘is’ Immediate can support Wellbeing

The sculptures omit sounds, rich in harmonics and musical intervals. Listening to the sounds produces a response in the brain’s neuro oscillation. The sounds slow the rhythmic activity down from gamma to alpha, benefiting you by relaxing the nervous system. […]

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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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