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Reflection #7

Since last week my mind has been all over the place; last week was so overwhelming due to continuous studio work, foundry workshops and the gap critique that I was involved in. However, I finally feel that my practice has […]

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Reflection #6

The beginning of the week proved to be a difficult start; I felt stuck and frustrated by my work. I think that I’m over thinking and over analysing every aspect, which is important and crucial to my practice; however it […]

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A woman in the foundry

I’m back in the foundry; an environment I feel most at home in. I don’t know what it is about the foundry that I’m drawn to; the heat, the possibility of danger, the process, the fact that it is associated […]

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Reflection #5

I’ve found this week quite challenging and mentally draining at times; the work is developing, however I feel overwhelmed by ideas and certain elements of my practice. It could be due to the fact that formative assessments are around the corner […]

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Playing and Making

The most important part of my practice is the making, it has become a fundamental element. I learn through play and the possibilities of the materials; how far can I push them? What forms can I achieve? Will they develop […]

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Reflection #4

The seminar this week with Judit Bodor was about opportunities in the art world; there are opportunities out there you just have to grab them when you can and if there are’nt any then create them. We had a discussion […]

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Folded Form

So far, this week feel’s busy and hectic. I’m currently researching for my PHD and the whole application process, finding information and contacts of supervisors that I can contact to whom have a connection with my areas of interest and […]

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Beginning maternity leave

I have been completely inactive on this blog since returning to the studio after the Aarhus exhibition.  This is down to a couple of things: first a holiday with the family after the show, then after returning to the studio, […]

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UGO RONDINONE CLOUDS + MOUNTAINS + WATERFALLS

Asides from thinking it must have been a joy to stretch those curvaceous cloud canvases there’s a serious ethereal edge to the sponged pigment floating on the surface to Rondinone’s Cloud paintings. Titled after the dates produced the Cloud paintings lift the Mountain sculptures […]

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Reflection #3

We’re coming to the end of week 5; already I can identify that my work has taken a new direction. I’ve realized that purely materials is what evokes and challenges me to produce work. My studio space has transformed into […]

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‘Creases’ and ‘Bulges’

The work is beginning to progress and develop with my experiments with the jelly and most recently bread dough. The touch and nature of these materials suggest human flesh, this could be an area to explore further? Scale and space […]

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Osblog

This blog is for my final year studying at University Campus Suffolk. I will be looking at temporary art using ice sculptures looking at atmosphere and the use of documentation against art itself.

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Event Exhibition

Venula, ae

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    91 Peckham High Street
  • From:
    October 29, 2015
  • To:
    November 01, 2015
  • Location:
    London
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Reflecting #2

I finally feel comfortable with moving forward and producing the work. After my tutorial with artist Holly Davey I had the reassurance and an extra push that was needed to produce the works. In discussion, the jelly forms were an […]

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The beginning of something or nothing

  These works explore form and shape in an open space; I come across a shape or an idea in my mind and find the material that can achieve it’s quality and vision. I’m curious in how materials can be […]

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The process of play

  These are playful experiments with form using organic/ food substance materials; the pieces take on a life of their own and are placed in an awkward manner with the purpose intent of whether they will fall or remain in […]

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Moving forward

My research direction and ideas have taken a new direction over the last week. After having a refresher induction in the metal workshop I had a sudden urge to work and play with this material. I have always been surrounded […]

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