During lockdown I have been involved in three collaborative projects - the first, a postal mail contribution to one of five leporello books sent to a community of artists by Bury Art Museum, here
responding to the title 'Strange Days'.
'...and stranger nights'
foil, graphite and digital print
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
Environment Trust Secret Art Sale 2020
Delighted to have donated a piece of work for the secret art sale
September 26th - 30th
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
The Vegetate Project
A postal exhibition curated by Anna Souter with each artist responding to individual, handwritten texts based on the ecological
Available to view @the_vegetate_project on instagram
" There is a tall tree in my ear...."
10 x 15 cm
THE SPIRITUAL EXERCISES
arts chaplaincy projects , UAL
'Along the Yellow Road' moving image work shall be available to view within this online exhibition curated by Mark Dean. A collection of reflections on longing at this time of lockdown.
ARTIST IN FOCUS
Featured Artist in Focus
for 2 weeks including a variety of images, prints, drawings created since receiving the Sheila Shloss Award from PMC for lithograph 'Red Haze' shown at MA Print Show for Royal College of Art 2019.
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.
Fieldwork is an attempt to create a narrative that unfolds by connecting fragments of time, place and structure inspired by the Ancient Egyptian collections at The British Museum, London.
Its aim is to raise questions concerning how artefacts from a past era exist in today’s context.
Forms part of the MA Print Collection Archive at The Royal College of Art
eyes of many kinds
February 22nd, 23rd. 24th
Gallery Open 11.00 - 4.00 pm
Eyes of Many Kinds is the first of two collaborations with the Royal College of Art and continues a long-standing partnership between CGP London and the RCA Print Department. This annual exhibition features students of the second year MA programme and offers an exciting showcase with a broad interpretation of printmaking today.
Exhibiting artists: Merle Luhaar / Brad Hamlin, Ying Yu / Jun Wang / Chen Winner / Joanie Lamb / Dieter Ashton / Devante Ferguson / Dafni Anthanasopoulou / Caroline Areskog-Jones / Ella Belenky / Ellie Wyatt / Il Kwon Yoon / Lucy Hutchinson / Ruta Grigaite / Jojo / Onjung Kim / Richard Rawlins / Natalie Turner / Lea Dalissier