Possibility’s of Kinetic Sculpture

The earliest Kinetic Sculpture I saw as a child was in Horsham high street. Rising Universe, more commonly known to locals as Shelley Fountain, or by the artist as Cosmic Cycle was a large kinetic water sculpture created by the artist Angela Conner. As stated on her website, Cosmic Cycle is… “45ft plaza feature consisting […]

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Reflecting on my recent Exhibition

Now we are in the new year I have begun to understand my work more clearly and decisively. The recent exhibition allowed me to focus to create work of exhibition standard that I was proud of, now the hard work starts.. 7 months left until I finish my MA! Solvitur Ambulando Solvitur Ambulando, 9th December […]

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Colour and Its Influence

Colour “The property possessed by an object of producing different sensations on the eye as a result of the way it reflects or emits light.” Definition in the Oxford Dictionary. Colour is known for effecting our moods, the way we view sizes of rooms, our attraction to objects and our perception of food, but what […]

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Adapting the Surface

During my process of making I am always thinking of new ways to adapt my work and its surface. I have a fascination with yarn, cotton thread and paint and using these materials to change the colour and appearance of my work.  This week I have been trying to adapt the surface of my sculptures […]

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Materiality, Form and Focus

After my struggles last week I went to the library and took out a couple of books to start thinking more into what my work is about and how it relates to art currently in the world. Materiality, Edited by Petra Lange-Berndt has been totally eye opening. This book contains documents on contemporary art by many different […]

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A Walk With Intent

Today I spent the morning walking though the South Downs National Park near my home exploring where I could place and display one of my latest pieces. This piece titled ‘Unusable Chair’ was created using an old knitted jumper, an old chair, and expanding foam. Although it was very pleasing to the eye in a […]

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