During my two-chapter residency at Westminster Reference Library I will developing new work. Through the process of de-contextualising and perfomative rereading I will expose and question a language we collectively recognise from a wider world of work. Injected with humour this project reflects my interest in looking beyond the veneer of how we manoeuvre. Alongside, some of my sculptures and new installation works will intervene the library space.
A performative / collective reading of the note/books will be recorded
on Saturday 23 November 2013, 2pm.
11-23 November 2013 // 20-31 January 2014
Westminster Reference Library
35 St. Martin’s Street | London WC2H 7HP
I’m shortlisted for the Title Art Prize 2013 and will be showing some of my work with Blank Media Collective in Manchester.
43 Hulme Street, Manchester M15 6AW
Opening 7 November 2013, 6pm – 9pm, Exhibition continues until Sun 1 December 2013
Wed to Sun 11am–5pm (closed Mon and Tues)
Stimulating and exploring dialogue between text and place – art:language:location
is opening with over 40 invited artist contributions across Cambridge. My new
site-related work fre·quen·ta·tion is located at the Anglia Ruskin University. Here
is a map for touring 17 October – 3 November 2013.
More about A:L:L
My work is included in Bare Hill Publishing ‘State of Art’ – Sculpture and 3D.
“What if a group of artists were to work together in an open plan office space for a couple of months ..The Departure Foundation’s ‘Open Plan’ residencies are an experimental arena for artists to reflect upon the character and culture of non-art sites.” Our Micro-residency finally finished with this publication. Massive thanks to Louise Ashcroft / Departure Foundation, George Major and resident artists Birgitte Aasen, Alex Chalmers, Marg Duston, Robin Gardiner, AnnaMaria Kardos, Carol Mancke, Natalie Sanders, Charlotte Young.
Click on image or here to view on blurb.
Come along to the Open Studios at ACAVA Cremer Street / Hoxton with Ann Pitkin,
Helena Roden, Sara Owen, Camilla Wilson, Harry Burden, Dan Ojari, Mike Please,
Laura Dawson and many more.
Private View 26th September 6–9pm // Open weekend 28/29 Sept 12– 6pm
1–15 Cremer Street London E2 8HD / 2min Hoxton station
Just one month and art:language:location will punctuate Cambridge with artworks exploring the idea of text and place. This week, I have visited Cambridge again for testing my site-specific installation that will be located at Anglia Ruskin University. Many thanks for supporting the go-ahead from A:L:L initiator Robert Good, Benet Spencer and Daniel Jagger from ARU for permission to install my work at this ‘perfect spot’.
A:L:L 17 October – 3 November 2013
photoc credit: Robert Good
My work Reality-Maintenance II is part of PRECURSOR Catalyst Arts members
show 2013. PV 1 August, Exhibition 1- 9 August 2013 | Belfast.
I am delighted to be part of art:language: location a text-based exhibition project taking place in October 2013 across Cambridge. a|l|l aims to punctuate the town with a series of visually exciting and unexpected encounters in which our everyday interactions with text can be explored and challenged.Excellent first site-visit. Great to meet artist and writer Robert Good who showed us around Anglia Ruskin corridor / Cambridge School of Art where my work will be sited along with Andrew / popgrafik. More details to follow.