sound - a-n The Artists Information Company

Event Exhibition

Refrain

  • Now showing
  • Venue:
    Stone Space
  • From:
    October 11, 2019
  • To:
    November 03, 2019
  • Location:
    London
0 0
Blog Artist

Residency at the Norwegian Institute of Recorded Sound

Work in progress, thoughts and documentation from a residency at The Institute of Recorded Sound in Stavanger, Norway. Hosted by ELEFANT and Curated Place. The collection of recorded music and associated items is one of the largest private collections of its kind in the world.

Started:
Updated:
0 0
Blog Post

Tracing & Erasing Objects and Art

My research focuses on how artists’ create and construct communicative contexts within practice. Focusing on sound, my work observes human interaction and activates spoken-word, with original narratives being questioned and new, quasi-fictional narrative constructed/composed. Exploring ‘erasing’ as a methodology, my […]

0 0
Blog Post

Key Concepts to Iron Age Time Travel

Areas of Interest Challenge – How to ‘connect’ the old and present communities by exploring the trace of the past. The role of re-enactment; how much is done, what form does it take, what community involvement is there; is it […]

0 1
Blog Arts organiser

The Great Exhibition 2018 : Imagine Peace

The Great Exhibition 2018 is a spectacular light and sound event for all ages. 17th -27th August. The title of the exhibition this year is “Imagine Peace” and visitors will be taken through a series of poignant, moving, beautiful and striking artworks and installations.

Started:
Updated:
0 0
Blog Post

On the Solstice show and studio blues

June was a really busy month. I had a solo show of my wind drawings at the Width of Circle gallery in Stourbridge. I exhibited six framed drawings plus two unframed and a sound work. The work was framed by […]

0 0
Blog Post

Developing a Working Method

For practice-based research, creating and applying a methodology has it’s challenges. For many artists, art works are developed with different goals and themes that can make applying a recurring working method difficult. This also applies to my work, however, I […]

0 1
Blog Post

Research Reflections #2

Rising to the Challenge One of the hardest parts of any new period of study, research or creative practice is moving on from older work and managing to keep the creativity flowing. I’ve found this challenging and probably even more […]

1 0
Blog Post

Cha-Cha-Cha-Changes! Developing Thesis Theory

This post is a reflection on the challenges of developing my theoretical position and how this underpins my practice and work. As my research is practice-based, theoretical writing is optional but is something that I am interested in. However it […]

0 0