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The Industrial Museum, Bradford and the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, nr. Wakefield

Last weekend we travelled up to South Square Gallery, Thornton (nr. Bradford) to collect my installation ‘ 228 more words

Reflections on my work 'Jubilee' at Stew Gallery, Norwich

My piece Jubilee for this show was designed to be topical – ie a response to a real time event; draw on my interest in print and sculpture; three, to reflect some of the artists whose work I have been researching and stimulated by; to link the ideas I have been developing in my practice of holes/fissures; and lastly to fit into the gallery space and be possible to install using the fixings available and to do so within the limited time that we had. 506 more words

Experimental Narrative: Sex, Nude Cinema and Jarman

In order to truly experiment with film, a knowledge of existing experimental texts is essential to the development of my piece. The concept of an experimental film has always divided opinion amongst film critics, with many arguing the flaws in its definition. 356 more words

Film

Visit: Dungeness

Ok, so I’m eking out my visit to East Sussex, but we have to talk about Dungeness, my favourite of all the places we visited during our holiday, if you haven’t visited already you must go. 242 more words

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Event series: Jarman 2014

Jarman2014 is a year-long celebration of the life and work of Derek Jarman (1942–1994). Artist and queer activist, filmmaker and set designer, writer and memoirist, painter and poet – Jarman’s extraordinary body of work was at the forefront of creative practice for three decades. 76 more words

Exhibition

Prospect Cottage, Dungeness Stay - Finished Paintings

My Dungeness series of paintings from my Prospect cottage stay, are now at last dry. Whilst only there for four days, I was blessed with many different weather conditions, producing all kinds of different light. 124 more words

Art

Derek Jarman - Pandemonium

I was fortunate enough to catch the very last day of Pandemonium – an exhibition at Somerset House celebrating the work of visionary artist and filmmaker… 1,268 more words