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Review

Defining a Line

The Crossing literally opens Denis O’Connor’s show Defining a Line, by forcing viewers to walk between the gateway of its dual ladders, and underneath a lightening streak that bridges the gap. Atop is miniscule chair, equidistant between the two poles […]

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Blog Post

New work: Shifting Luminosity

Shifting Luminosity Installation (LEDs and plastic pipes) Variable dimensions, this image shows 400cm (w) x 250cm (d) x 300cm (h) 2014   Shifting Luminosity explores new materials and ways of working, continuing from my Construction Project earlier in the year. […]

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Autobiography - a set of nine ceramic vehicles in unglazed terra-cotta. Each approx. h15cm, w20cm, d10cm
Event Exhibition

Recursive

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    No Format gallery
  • From:
    October 09, 2014
  • To:
    November 02, 2014
  • Location:
    London
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King Alfred has left the building

The deadline was extended because there was a “line-side fire” affecting trains heading to London Bridge from Sunny South London on Friday afternoon which meant delays & cancellations. He was all swaddled in bubble wrap and ready to go, too. […]

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Action Man as Alfred the Great

The deadline approaches, encroaches even, for 10×10 artists, designers & architects to submit their finished ‘drawings’ for auction for architectural charity Article25. Participants were given a square on the grid of London centred around the Shard, and were asked to […]

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Review

I’d still like to see the Governor…

  August 28 – August 30, 11.00-19.30 August 31 – September 4, 11.00-17.00    I’d still like to see the Governor… takes place at Brewery Tap (UCA’s Project space) in conjunction with the Folkestone Triennial. This is the second opportunity […]

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Review

Ursula von Rydingsvard

A hitherto unrepresented artist in the UK, von Rydingsvard is newly re-presented by a survey show at YSP through sculptures of all scales. Hers are deeply physical sculptures that make no attempt to hide their laborious and quasi-ritualistic construction. The […]

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Learning the land

To sound quintessentially English – Summer is a delight at Hestercombe.  The gardens are in full bloom and the landscape is bursting with vibrant foliage and healthy flora.  My recent stay was different to my previous experiences merely because now […]

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The Long and Winding Road.

In 2011, while still in a post-MA fog, I was approached via the Saatchi website by D. Domininck Lombardi; artist, curator and critic, based in New York. He was writing an article on repurposing of materials in art and invited […]

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Building a Garden Studio

From design and plan of the building, to moving in, setting up and getting down to ‘making’, this blog explores my journey towards a studio of my own.

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Review

Bruce McLean: Sculpture, Painting, Photography, Film

Upon entering the exhibition space the sculpture Pipe Smoker greets you. This is quickly followed by the obligatory vinyl text blurb on the white wall situated next to a line of exhibition posters which allow an insight into the breadth […]

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