Monthly Archives: November 2015

Exhibition- Soil Culture: Young Shoots.

I have been following this project- Soil Culture, for some time now. It is a partnership between CCANW and Falmouth University and is supported by Arts Council England. It is a multi- stage project with a programme of activities that … Continue reading

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Call for Jerwood Forest Open 2016

Resulting from my subscribing to various newletters, etc regarding artist opportunities a link to this ‘call’ landed in my in box. It caught my attention in particular because it is about making work to be experienced in the forest. The … Continue reading

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Suggested reading- ‘The Curatorial Turn: from practice to discourse’.

In this piece Paul O’Neill explores how from the late 1960’s the primary discourse around art in an exhibition began to turn away from forms of critique of the individual  art works to a form of curatorial criticism. As I … Continue reading

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Suggested reading- ‘Questions of Practice’.

Mark Nash reflects in this piece on some of the issues that arise in working with moving image (film and/or video) in an exhibition context. Moving image has had a significant presence in the art world since the 1960’s, and … Continue reading

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Visit to Black Swan Open Exhibition 2015

I was keen to visit the Black Swan Open Exhibition in Frome, as it was the exhibition that I had managed to make a submission to, but unfortunately had not been selected. It was also the exhibition that later revealed … Continue reading

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Artist talk- Luke Jerram- Harrison’s garden

I went to this talk last Friday (30th Oct), which was held in association with the Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton, where Luke Jerram has installed his new work, ‘Harrisons Garden’- an installation of 1000 clocks. He talked us through the … Continue reading

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