2016 May: A Show about Scripting

I tried the “ventriloquism” or “keyboard-puppeteering” idea - I am still not sure what to call it and so the provisional name is Venting. This was a surprisingly exhausting experiment, as it involved four hours of spontaneously coming up with stories quickly enough for my reading partner to read aloud the text I was typing … Continue reading 2016 May: A Show about Scripting

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2016 April: Winging It

I am not going ahead with the panel event I was planning for Degree Show. I was surprised to find that as a proposal it came up against so many assessment protocols and ethical issues. Apparently, anybody employed at Wimbledon helping me with the project either by participating, referring me contacts or securing a space … Continue reading 2016 April: Winging It

2016 March: A Stormed Brain – Rosa + Lawrence Symposium and the Undergraduate Research Forum

I presented my Unborn Lovers project as part of a panel discussion at the University of the Arts London’s pilot symposium: the Undergraduate Research Forum. I thought it would be a great venue to practice speaking publicly about some of the more theoretical aspects of my work, so I didn’t hesitate to submit something. There … Continue reading 2016 March: A Stormed Brain – Rosa + Lawrence Symposium and the Undergraduate Research Forum

2016 January: Art Writing, Interim and Art Vacuum

My first article to be published made its way into Curating the Contemporary by the end of last month. It is great to look back at the evolution of the whole piece. A year prior I was visiting a friend in Oslo, not at all expecting to stumble across some art that would really stick … Continue reading 2016 January: Art Writing, Interim and Art Vacuum

2015 July: Sporadic Research in Leeds

As part of my current pretty random approach to research, I came across a book, Internet Art by Rachel Greene (2004). A really straightforward, but highly informative historical-critical tour of art responding to the internet as medium and subject up until the date of publication. Being an internet baby, born right into the time when … Continue reading 2015 July: Sporadic Research in Leeds

2015 May: Mysterious Travels, Zine Jealousy and a Woman in a Box

Okay, the Mead Scholarship and Galleri Fisk proposals are done. Now I am excited to get back into my work. The end of year exhibition that is coming up is a good opportunity for me to feel pressured into finalising some ideas that have been brewing. My health problems have gotten worse unfortunately, and I’ve … Continue reading 2015 May: Mysterious Travels, Zine Jealousy and a Woman in a Box

2015 April: Creating an Exhibition Proposal

I just finished my essay entitled An Empathetic Affair: On the Distribution of Identity in Art Making Today, and am actually pretty pleased with it. I struggled getting into it and exploring external sources. I have a hard time finding visual artists that really resonate with me, in fact most of my research comes from … Continue reading 2015 April: Creating an Exhibition Proposal