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Porthole

‘Porthole’ is a practical (and literal) exploration between the human and the non-human world, in direct response to the places I moor my narrowboat.

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20/254

Settling into quite a routine now. The grids and lines have fallen by the wayside in the last few days, at least for now.  I was feeling that I couldn’t get into the word (enough) that is my starting point […]

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Print Shed

It has been an extremely busy few weeks for me.  I have been getting thoughts and reflections down on paper, but the words haven’t made it to the blog much. Currently choosing work to take to Print Shed to fill […]

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Sofltly Overrripe

4-18 July, 2015.

Brings together ten artists exploring an array of ideas through idiosyncratic incorporation and employment of text in various media – ‘text’ being a glyph of a writing system or a mark forming part of printed/written language.

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Bathe in ignorance … more

The little video I did back in April projecting a word through pinpricks onto a wall. I’m now back to considering the words I’m using to project. So I came by the words I’m using by photocopying a few pages […]

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Week 99: 4th – 10th August

Since I’ve been researching art in museum practice, I’ve begun to notice more and more artists working with collections. In a way this feels somewhat reassuring as there is obviously an interest in the field in which I am working. […]

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Twos tension

TWOS tension and balance between Light dark Hold let go Move still Wet dry Boundary  freedom Fast slow Think feel Image text Play work Drift anchor

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Playing around with words – describing what is.

PLAY Walking Listening Birdsong Wind gust Rippling Swaying Height Scurrying Spikes Ferns unrolling Unfurling Waiting Resting watching Feeling Thinking Connecting Sideways Climbing Scaling Leaving Traces Tracks Surface Touch Touch Touch Space Lillies Water Traveling Universe expanding I am expanding Rain […]

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Event Exhibition

MORDANT

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    TestBed Oriel Davies Gallery
  • From:
    May 23, 2015
  • To:
    July 11, 2015
  • Location:
    Wales
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My practice

15 april 2015 Gathering thoughts on practice Phrases: wood for the trees, bathe in ignorance, raging torrent, pull your socks up, man up, sheer weight of traffic, gulf between dream and reality…all phrases I am drawn to. Bathe in ignorance […]

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under construction

this piece is all about the capitalist economy and how it drives on money and growth. It is the start of a series about the west and its ignorance to the isis threat

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Week 88: 19th – 25th May

“Public language is determined by more than composition” This week I went to the Publishing as Praxis presentation by Nick Thurston, an artist practitioner and scholar based in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies. The […]

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Day 5 – Kurt Schwitters Merz Barn Residency

As my residency continued into day 5 at the famous Merz Barn, I became increasing aware that I had slowed my pace of life down. Reading had pretty much taken over as my daily task, then amusing myself by making […]

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Look away now if easily offended…

I can be quite sweary… I am currently stitching “Why don’t you just fuck off?” repeatedly over this knackered old bra. My finger hovers over the delete key, because I am cautious of my audience…   As I get to […]

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Keep nodding

While looking into gestures that form part of how we communicate in wider sense of ‘test’ situations my attention circled around nodding. Most commonly, it indicates agreement or acceptance. Even a non-verbal nodding gesture is a sign for acknowledgement. Furthermore, […]

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