Monthly Archives: May 2016

Setting up exhibition.

The exhibition.

Posted in Being with Willow- developing practice, Exhibitions and Events, professional development, working towards assignment 5 | 1 Comment

Exhibition: On Landscape #3

I only heard about this exhibition, onlandscape#3, on Friday and went along on Saturday- its first day. It caught my attention because of the title and subject matter, but also because it is a contemporary arts venue close to where … Continue reading

Posted in Exhibitions and Events, professional development, working towards assignment 5 | Leave a comment

Final preparations.

Following on from my report and the few simple adjustments I have decided to make, I have added these on to my ‘list of works’ document that I have made. I have decided to go with numbering the works as … Continue reading

Posted in Being with Willow- developing practice, professional development, working towards assignment 5 | 1 Comment

Reflections on Tutor Report for Assignment 4.

The impression I get from D’s feedback is that generally I am working in the right direction. She has looked at the selection of work I intend to present in my exhibition and commented ‘the whole set of paintings are … Continue reading

Posted in Being with Willow- developing practice, professional development, Reflections on tutor feedback, working towards assignment 5 | 2 Comments

Publicity.

It seems like a long time ago I submitted material to help publicise the exhibition, but some has now started to appear in these magazines- The Leveller, which is a local free newspaper for Langport and the surrounding area. The … Continue reading

Posted in professional development, working towards assignment 4 | 2 Comments

Reading- The Gallery as Gesture.

O’Doherty’s piece seems to chart a period in arts history where there was a malaise felt through the way art often seemed to be smothered by an institution and where the visitor was often forced to contemplate not the art … Continue reading

Posted in professional development, Reading and Research, working towards assignment 4 | Leave a comment

Reading- Relating to the Audience.

‘Disrupting Assumptions’ charts the means by which artist, Charles Ray, engages the audience with his work. It describes both him and his work as approaching invisibility, how he has revived a modesty as an alternative to extravagance and exaggeration, and … Continue reading

Posted in Being with Willow- developing practice, professional development, Reading and Research, working towards assignment 4 | Leave a comment

Reading- Critical Spatial Practice: Curating, Editing, Writing.

Rendell, as a writer and curator, talks about the benefits of an interdisciplinary approach to work and the potentially transformative outcomes when individuals are taken outside the safety of their own competencies. Works/ideas can be revealed in new ways. She … Continue reading

Posted in professional development, Reading and Research, working towards assignment 4 | Leave a comment

Reading/Watching- Art out of Nature.

With in the space of a couple of days I had watched the BBC’s programme- ‘Forest, Field, Sky: Art out of Nature’ with Dr James Fox, And read an article from Frieze Magazine- ‘Art and Life’ by Ellen Mara De … Continue reading

Posted in Being with Willow- developing practice, professional development, Reading and Research, working towards assignment 4 | Leave a comment

Outcome from ‘Artlab’ Project.

Following on from my connection to The Engine Room at Bridgewater, and being invited to join in with the Artlab Project, as I recorded in my blog- ‘Taking opportunities as they come’ ‘Artist surgery in digital technologies’. I have received … Continue reading

Posted in Being with Willow- developing practice, professional development, working towards assignment 4 | Leave a comment