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Out of the two designs Davin and I produced during my research trip to Kansas City one was successful. We developed ‘freedomination’ in response to a brief to produce a billboard design that responds to ideas of freedom, set by […]
Participants Needed! Performance Saturday 23rd September at 3pm. Corner of Spring Bank and Freehold Street. We are looking for as many participants as possible, speaking on a wide range of subjects from the size of chocolate bars to fracking and […]
English artist Hannah Rose Thomas organised an art project in Kurdistan for Yezidi women who have escaped ISIS captivity.
Since we initiated our collaboration Davin and I have had numerous Skype conversations about the project and the ideas we’d like it to address, but not what we would produce and how we would do it. We have overlapping interests […]
Rural space makes me anxious and yet here we are It is good to be open and allow other things to enact new things on your process, life, choreography, and otherwise But I can’t conceptualise in the rural space because […]
Earlier this year I became one of the recipients of an A-N Travel Bursary to research and document Finland’s rich history of couple dancing in rural dance pavilions. I will use this blog to show my process of research and documentation as I travel around the Savo region this Aug.
I have known Davin and admired his work for a number of years (http://www.davinwatne.com). In 2012 he showed some of my work in ‘Look Attractive’ a group exhibition of international artists at UMKC Gallery in Kansas City. In 2015 he […]
its not fair its not fair its not fair its not fair its not fair its not fair its not fair its not fair why do racist histories get maintained? why did i have to see that image with that […]
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i was so excited to arrive in toronto again i need multiculturalism everybody hates it right now but i’ll never give up on it toronto is very special for that kind’ve thing we arrived in toronto by bus this […]
Artists blogging about their projects supported by a-n Travel bursaries 2017.
This is a blog to process my journey making a new work and fostering new connections within the field of experimental performance.
Untouchable yet ever present, I find light to be one of the most exciting and enigmatic of subjects. I visited Iceland in July 2016 with the help of the AN travel bursary, to experience the length of the Arctic summer […]
Making a little van into a shiny aluminium ‘spaceship’ in three weeks for the annual parade.
A-N Travel Bursary: Research in ‘bio-art’ Amsterdam
Blog reflecting on my research trip to Portland and New York funded by a-n Travel bursaries.
The a-n Travel Bursary has provided the vital opportunity to find the sixth and final artist for the visual art project “Cicatrix..the scar of a healed wound”. A WW1 centenary project that runs from 2014 till 2018.
A collaboration with a musician Olesya Zdorovetska to research life and work of Debora Vogel, an overlooked Polish Yiddish writer of poetry, prose, literary and art criticism from the 1930s avant-garde Lviv.
Research and development exploring reconsiderations of landscape through my fine art practice as part of the A-N Travel Bursary 2016
Art Adventures and Explorations on an a-n Travel Bursary
Thanks to the an:travel bursary I was able to complete my video project, filmed last year in Rabat, Morocco’s capital city and continue my artist networks.
Robots, research and rocking chairs CHI Computer-Human Interaction conference, San Jose, California, USA: 7th – 12th May 2016 The annual CHI conference (pronounced ‘kai’) for Computer Human Interaction describes itself as ‘a place to see, discuss and learn about the future […]
Documenting the making of ‘Fortune Tellers’, a data driven interactive sound sculpture created for the MoCA Shanghai Pavilion – Courtesy of the AN Travel Bursary for extraordinary and inspirational research
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Research trip to the Wheal Martyn Museum & the white alps of St Austell, 2016.