Honoured to have been asked to give a talk to students at Huddersfield university about my practice and passion for all things text. It was interesting to hear about their projects and share a glimpse of how I plan and produce work in return. Many thanks to Dr Simon Woolham for inviting me along to deliver the lecture via Zoom!
Pleased to announce that I am featured in Escape Art Magazine’s latest online publication (Issue 3), “What Does it Mean to Be Free”. On pages 8 to 19, I discuss material choices, my conceptual approaches (with spotlights on a few pieces in particular) and muse over the idea of freedom, something I feel is incredibly apt given the current lockdown situation we find ourselves in.
Threshold Festival has gone virtual for the weekend!
In light of having to postpone the live event until further notice, they will be hosting an e-festival instead which can be viewed on their site. To see the online display of all involved artist’s works, click here. You can see the dedicated gallery to my piece here too. Fingers crossed that it won’t be too long before we can show in real life again.
Unfortunately due to lockdown restrictions, the final Threshold Festival has had to be postponed until further notice (the main driving factor being social responsibility and a concern for the health and safety of the wider community). The organisers have confirmed that any tickets purchased will be valid for the rescheduled event. Please stay tuned to their site for further information here.
It is that time of year again and I am thrilled to share I will be participating in the final edition of Threshold. The event is the tenth hosted by this deeply passionate artist team and looks to be an incredibly exciting one given the line up! Stay tuned to find out more in the coming weeks…