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The curse: dystopia, diaspora & climate change in Venice

I arrived during the preview week of the Venice Biennale as a recipient of an A-N Artist Bursary 2019. Curated by Ralph Rugoff, and named May You Live in Interesting Times, I wondered if the 58th International Art Exhibition could possibly […]

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Week 5 (Questions?)

WEEK 5 Recap We began with self-directed warm up and improvisation and a short reflection on the accumulation of skills and ideas over the previous sessions. A brief exercise was introduced, with us in groups of three assuming the roles […]

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Notes on Moving

Joshua Leon If I was to say i knew the outcome of anything in the process i would be wrong. But that is what becomes so meaningful. Uncertainty and the figuring out of uncertainty is explanatory. As each week goes […]

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Week 3 (Inquiry? Enquiry?)

Each week the blog will act as a resource for any notes or references mentioned during the workshop, as well as featuring at least one visual or written response from one or more of the participants.   WEEK 3 Recap […]

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Week 2 (Breathing)

Each week the blog will act as a resource for any notes or references mentioned during the workshop, as well as featuring at least one visual or written response from one or more of the participants.   WEEK 2 Recap […]

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Professional Development Bursary from AN

This year I was awarded a professional development bursary from Artists Network to undertake a short residency in Cornwall with some visual artists from Shallal (an inclusive arts charity). This blog post shares my experiences of the residency and what I gained from taking part.

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Curator versus Producer

After I had presented at the Southbank Festival I headed up to Glasgow to speak there about my increasingly digital practice and the Unfixed Residency. I had a few moments to reflect and wrote this for kimaskswhat.online. There is a […]

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