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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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Manipulation of form

Having an open plan studio space and surrounded by a range of materials to play with and manipulate informs my practice and is my first point of contact. The exploration of minimalism and form has drawn me to new and […]

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Reflecting #1

It was very helpful to have had the advice and guidance of Holly and Stefhan in our presentation morning. Following on from my previous work and concepts, they informed and challenged my under of my own work. What am I […]

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What comes to mind?

Jelly is a wonderful material to work with and the process of this organic element is engaged with the work. The use of the soft and almost translucent tights allow the jelly to reveal its colour, texture and the seeping […]

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Event Exhibition

Guardians

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  • Venue:
    South Esplanade, Burnham-on-Sea
  • From:
    October 13, 2015
  • To:
    October 31, 2015
  • Location:
    South West England
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Day of play

This was a fun and experimental series of photographs using a range of found objects that lay around in our daily surroundings but are taken for granted. Eva Hesse’s practice has become a focal point of my research and her […]

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Form and Touch

Working within a personal studio space, I am surrounded by a mass of materials, therefore my focus at the moment is to produce and challenge the functionality of these organic and everyday objects. The work can take on a minimalist […]

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MFA Reflective Journal

MFA at Cardiff School of Art & Design.
A reflective journal of my thoughts, processes, research and current practice through my postgraduate study.

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A Q&A with… Abraham Cruzvillegas, Hyundai Commission artist

Mexican artist Abraham Cruzvillegas has produced the inaugural Hyundai Commission for Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, unveiled this week. Here, Richard Taylor finds out more about his ‘Autoconstrucción’ approach to art, following up on themes discussed by Cruzvillegas at a recent ‘in conversation’ event in Glasgow.

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Clay Sculptures

To help better understand my work, I have decided to look at these clay sculptures from when I first started to make them, and why they have stayed with me and I continue to make them three years on. I […]

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Review

Caro In Yorkshire

As one might hope, sculpture has been at the forefront of programming at the Hepworth. Recent highlights have included the great Lynda Benglis show earlier in 2015, to which this Caro retrospective is a commanding companion. There is a lot […]

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Event Exhibition

3 Strand

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  • Venue:
    Sam Scorer Gallery
  • From:
    September 29, 2015
  • To:
    October 11, 2015
  • Location:
    East Midlands
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New Art West Midlands 2014.

The first exhibition outside of the university setting I was a part of was New Art West Midlands 2014, a group exhibition spread across multiple venues across the West Midlands. This was the second annual exhibition which was open to recent […]

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