MEMORIES OF A NERVOUS SYSTEM, MA: ART AND PROCESS DEGREE SHOW, CIT CCAD, 29/11/18-14/12/18

plaster and fabric dye, 13 x 15 x 17 cmExhibition ViewInstallation: plaster and fabric dyes, dimensions varyPolaroid Photography Series, 9 x 11cm eachCharcoal and Pastel on Fabriano, 102 x 102 cmCharcoal and Pastel on Fabriano, 140 x 140 cmCIT Purchase Prize, Charcoal and pastel on Fabriano, 137 x137cmCharcoal and Pastel on Fabriano, 107 x 107 … Continue reading MEMORIES OF A NERVOUS SYSTEM, MA: ART AND PROCESS DEGREE SHOW, CIT CCAD, 29/11/18-14/12/18

Studio Visit and the New Artist’s Manifesto

This week I visited my colleague Rae's studio as part of a curatorial project. We read from  Manifesto: A New Role for the Artist by JOHN FOX. MBE. Below is a text that I wrote about Rae's practice after a great studio chat: Raphael Llewelyn’s current practice investigates the area of landscape occupied by the Dept of … Continue reading Studio Visit and the New Artist’s Manifesto

The Ghosts of Tower Blocks

I see buildings falling in Glasgow. I see rubble. I ask myself where that rubble goes. I discover that it’s crushed and then used to build new pedestrian streets- so people are walking on the ghosts of tower blocks[1](Cyprien Galliard) My most recent art practice revolves around the mysterious vista, ambiguous built structures and the … Continue reading The Ghosts of Tower Blocks

The Fastnet Rock

Fastnet Rock,  Carraig Aonair, meaning "lonely rock", in Irish is a small clay-slate islet in the Atlantic Ocean and is the most southerly point of Ireland. It lies 6.5 kilometres southwest of Cape Clear Island and 13 kilometres from County Cork on the Irish mainland. Fastnet is known as "Ireland's Teardrop as it was the last part of Ireland that 19th century Irish … Continue reading The Fastnet Rock