I am delighted to have been invited to contribute a presentation on the theme of my written piece 'touching visions: speculative imaginaries' to this International Print Symposium later in the year. Alongside the conversation I shall be showing works in a solo space.
Full details to follow in due course.
JOYA : AIR - arte + ecologica
I am very much looking forward to taking up a place with the Joya : Artist in Residence Scheme.
“Joya: AiR is a not for profit arts residency based in Andalucia, Spain which has been developed by artists for artists of every conceivable discipline. Joya: AiR not only a unique, stimulating and contemplative environment for international artists and writers, but a meeting point for divergent and creative thinking. This is a multi-disciplinary residency, self determined, critical and profoundly engaging.”
The boughs of a soul
Delighted to have artwork chosen for the debut EP of Oskar Jones entitled 'The boughs of a soul'. Featuring 5 original tracks of improvisational piano music by this talented emerging musician/composer.
' Touching Visions : Speculative Imaginaries ' article
Short article published in Venti Journal responding to the question : 'How do we feel the air? How does the air feel us?'
Click on link to read
World of Light
Delighted that 'Sounding Line' has been selected for inclusion in the exhibition 'World of Light' organised and based at the Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand.
I was due to give an 'artist talk' about the work as part of the symposium in November but due to Covid the event in its entirity has been postponed until 2022.
Woolwich Print Fair, London
Delighted to have 3 works accepted for inclusion in this annual print fair
etching and gouache on Zerkall : unique print
20 x 30 cm
Hospitalfield Interdisciplinary Residency
Following postponement due to Covid19 I was finally able to participate in the Interdisciplinary Artist Residency at Hospitalfield, Arbroath.
Printmakers Council invited me to write an overview of the experience , now available to view online - see link below
Nature and Culture International Poetry Film Festival, Denmark
Delighted that 'Sounding Line' has been selected for inclusion in the forthcoming film festival to be screened in November at Kulturhuset Islands Brygge, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Delighted to have 'All that is air' included in the latest forthcoming project for @muck____ (must use critical knowledge) described as :
"a fledgling space currently existing online that supports and promotes text dedicated
to untangling hegemonic knowledge claims"
Delighted to participate in 'Breathworks' a collaborative digital project curated by Lucy Sabin and shown at The Museum of Modern Art , Oxford
delighted that 'Full Fathom V' is to be part of this collective of short films gathered to reflect our varying relationship to the sea - film maker interviews, zine and collaborative work all available to view online for 7 days
IMPACT Printmaking Journal
Spring 2020 Issue
"Print is a compelling way of thinking and making. Beyond the factors that are often celebrated in print – the indexical transference of ink onto paper, multiplication and repetition, social commentary, ease of availability – print has often been defined by its partnership with technology. In terms of technology, we at the Centre for Fine Print Research are greatly interested in the harnessing of technology to aid and adapt what can be done." WuonGean Editor
Published by the UWE Centre for Fine Print Research
Point of View Article 'En utpost mot havet : An outpost against the sea' is now available to read and view online.
The Fragile Ocean
Interdisciplinary exhibition including responses of artists, scientists and researchers who have sailed aboard Sail Britain's yacht over their 2019 research residency programme.
St John's Church
Awash : graphite drawing : detail
21st - 24th November 2019
Wild Island Residency
Scottish Hebrides : Sail Britain
A week spent exploring, discovering and discussing wild islands and their environmental significance from the direct perspective of the sea with Sail Britain, fellow artists and art historians. Exhibition details to follow in London November 2019.