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Behind the dump

No Red kite today but a sky lark in full swing. Competing with the roar of the A1 morning traffic. It’s a noisy field, in fact it is a field that separates almost everything. Factories, train-line, motorway, allotments, orchard, housing development, […]

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Red kite

I visit this place once a day. Arriving around 9.20am. A hectic drop off at School and nursery, pick up the dog, then on to the field. Down a muddy footpath with fantastic amounts of dog poo to have a […]

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Why is it Always Jason Statham?

These drawings… on Valentine’s Day … they’re all about love. They’re as much about love as they could possible be. Some days I forget. Some days I wrangle and wrestle and even slice bits off. But it’s still about love. […]

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Study for an MA at Norwich University of the Arts

We are now open for applicants for our Masters Courses. Our MA courses are practice-led and you will be encouraged to develop your creative ideas and ambition in your chosen subject in a community that is independent, critically engaged and stimulating.

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#Puppetgate and studio healing

It’s felt like old times. Today I journeyed back to Barcelona in a Bag. I spent a day in my studio sorting my space out, a project I began several months ago but had been unable to follow through. My […]

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Responsibility for artwork exhibited within colleges

Hi all, I’m interested to know whether there is any information out there regarding what the responsibilities of colleges are in regard to exhibiting students artwork within their premises? Is there a general policy or expectation that if students are […]

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Memory of Clothes – Worthing Museum

Worthing has lots of charity shops. I love charity shops (so much more than shops selling new clothes). They are museums; each anonymous item has stories and memories within its worn fabric. I am interested in how the contents of […]

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The Little Folk

Do you believe in fairies? I remember seeing Peter Pan in a theatre when I was little, and to revive the dying light that was Tinkerbell we all had to shout out “I do believe in fairies”. For a time […]

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‘name’- day 2: the traffic of love

Location: Glasgow Women’s Library Last night I was looking for a Robert Macfarlane book on my bookshelf (given to me by none other than my partner in crime B Jorgensen) which I knew was about walking.  On the very first page, […]

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