Browsing School of Arts by Research Group "Fine Art Practices"

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Browsing School of Arts by Research Group "Fine Art Practices"

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  • Cattrell, A. (Other)
    Context The Biochemistry Department at Oxford University in collaboration with architects Hawkins Brown commissioned four artists to make permanent art works for their new building. The project was called Saltbridges ...
  • 200 Words 
    Clarke, Louise (Article)
    200 Words is one of two short texts in the book of ideas by performance and endurance artist John Court published in 'an idea of performance a idea of art: By John Court' (Frame Contemporary Art, Finland 2017). This ...
  • Gillam, A. M. (Article / Image)
    This exhibition brought together a rare opportunity to view a selection of the defaced dust jackets by the late Joe Orton and his lover Kenneth Halliwell alongside a number of artworks produced specifically for and within ...
  • Ark2000 
    Clarke, Louise (Image)
  • Armonia 
    ‘Armonia’ was an opportunity to present work in relation to the highly respected Italian sculptor Paolo Mayol. (Mayol has exhibited in major venues throughout Italy: Castel St Angelo Rome 2007, Palazzo Valentini 2010, ...
  • Arresting 
    Cattrell, A. (Other)
  • Clarke, Louise (Other)
    The Art Open at Harlow in an annual competition organised by The Gibberd Gallery. Louise Clarke was invited to be a judge along with Paul Hedge from Hales Gallery, London. The prize winner: Siobhan Dehaney, 'Nude Man', ...
  • Rahaim, Meg (Image)
    The theme “Distortion” celebrates our subjective view of the world and calls for prints which require a unique vantage point, both physically as well as conceptually, in order to be read. This topic draws upon the tricks ...
  • Clarke, Louise (Article)
    Devices - or any contrivance designed to mediate the artist's default mark making gestures - need not remove consciousness or intellect from the drawing process. Like a true artificial limb, they employ the pragmatic and ...
  • This paper considers two objects and the machines that made them: a cloth by Max Mosscrop, which was woven on a loom made by the artist, part of the series Journal (2016); and a Brazilian rosewood dish by David Pye (1980), ...
  • Assembly 
    Clarke, Louise (Image)
  • Blood Memory, shown in the National Gallery of Kosova in March 2015, consisted of 40 images from a body of work I carried out in the politically turbulent years of 1990-91. At that time Yugoslavia, where I was born, was ...
  • Bugbear 
    Clarke, Louise (Image)
    The musician Darren Hayman invited artists to select a song from his concept album Bugbear and respond by producing a visual artwork. All the images were printed in the albums booklet. Darren Hayman's LP of seventeenth ...
  • 'Fold' was a portfolio of prints curated by Wuon-Gean Ho for IMPACT 9, international printmaking conference. The portfolio responded to questions of the relevance and meaning of print in the digital age. The aspects of ...
  • Clarke, Louise (Image)
    Image of Louise Clarke's tools - drawings of and by pencils
  • Casting 
    Clarke, Louise (Other)
    Fermynwoods Contemporary Art works with vulnerable young people through their CE Academy Programme. Louise Clarke was invited to devise and deliver a workshop using her practice as the driver for pedagogy, communication, ...
  • This publication by Fermynwoods Contemporary Arts collates a range of artists lead complementary education workshops as part of their pedagogical programme. Over the course of the 2015-2016 academic year, 18 Key Stage 3 ...
  • Colleen 
    Clarke, Louise (Other)
  • Cattrell, A. (Other)
    CONTEXT The Institute of Ageing at Newcastle University is a world class centre for research of the effects of ageing and related health issues in humans. Newcastle University launched a series of annual programmes around ...