There was some great work to be seen at Kinetica this year, hosted at The Hospital Club. With some insightful lectures and intriguing work it's no wonder there has been a fair amount of model making in the studio of late. There are still a few pieces on show if you're in the mood for some interactive art.
The Salisbury Ceramics Open is on until Saturday 14th November. So if you haven't seen it there's still time. With such a broad range of work in such a beautiful setting it is well worth setting aside an hour or so to soak it all up. If you happen to have the pleasure, don't forget to vote for your favourite piece which will recieve a prize at the end of the exhibition (hut hum!).
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So the final touches are being made for the preview tonight. All is going well and we're very excited to see you all to bask in a wordy, arty, cakey (yes cakey), drinky evening in a lovely gallery in Battersea...all topped off with some live music.
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I ventured down to the Salisbury Arts Centre on a glorious autumnal day yesterday to install 'Ice' as part of the Salisbury Ceramics Open. The private view is this thursday from 6pm. It would be great to see you there but in the meantime here are some behind the scenes photos from the installation. What an amazing venue. For more details click here.
'Slight Sight' series at Nesta Gallery Autumn Show
I am exhibiting my 'Slight Sight' photographic series as part of the Nesta Autumn Show tonight. It would be great to see you there and join us for drinks and nibbles from 5.30-8pm. Click here to register your attendance.
An afternoon full of contemplation and the restorative powers of the landscape as a meditative tool...... One of the most relaxing applications in recents weeks. Thinking, feeling and writing while revisiting 'The Breath Beneath'.
I'm getting ever closer to having processed all of these photos. Soon I'll be able to get stuck into the video. #photography #landscape #refraction #distortion #light #perceptionRead More
This project is a collaboration with musician Gwyneth Herbert in which music, art and science come together. In direct response to Gwyneth’s album, developed during an artist residency for Aldeburgh Music, I explored the science of cymatics as a live, interactive performance. The project was a symbiotic blend of time lapse photography, video and sound responsive kinetic works. The core of the visuals were created by using the live double bass feed to vibrate liquids, powders and a combination of materials.
Treating myself to a little playtime. #art #paper #patience #obsession #repetition