Three day time-lapse showing the gallery residency, exhibition set up, and symposium.
Making Representations was a three-day project which ran from 27 February – 1st March 2019, in the Phoenix Studios North Gallery, Brighton. The project culminated in a half-day symposium followed by a public exhibition opening, and included five artist-researchers – Bill Leslie, Eleanor Suess, Charlotte Warne Thomas, Katie McCallum, Felicity Hammond and Dean Kenning, whose work all touches on questions of representation – architectural, filmic, mathematical, linguistic and photographic. The symposium consisted of performances, workshop activities, and concluded with a discussion of wider issues of representation. Continue reading “Phoenix Gallery Timeframes at Making Representations”
While I was in Australia this Christmas I worked out of one of the studios in my old architecture/art school at the University of Western Australia (UWA). I was keen to build upon the recent site-specific work I have been developing in my own studio in Croydon, specifically around the making of a model which “reconstructs” the space of the studio, and which, along with my actions as model-maker and film-maker, is then filmed within that space.
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As part of the ASC’s Croydon Studio’s inaugural exhibition, 40° Celsius, I exhibited an installation of clips of footage that I had taken from the windows in my new studio, F23, in the ASC Grafton Quarter.
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I have taken a studio in the new ASC Grafton Quarter complex in Croydon, a 10 minute cycle from my home.
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As part of my interest in sciagraphy (the drawing of shadows), I have been using found objects to form spatial assemblies and to film the shadows that they cast. Continue reading “Polystyrene foam improvised model test”