20th August 2020

DAZZLE WALK

I am leading a Dazzle Walk in Devonport, Plymouth. The docks are where many of the first ships that employed dazzle camouflage were built, including HMS Implacable. The walk has been commissioned by The Dazzle Club, who explore surveillance in public places. For it, participants are asked to wrap their phone in tin foil, a flawed method of subverting location tracking systems, and a development of the 'Freewalk'.

 

 

2nd August 2020

FREEWALK

FREEWALK: a leave-your-phone-at-home walk. A mobile-FREE walk. A social-media-FREE walk. A having-your-location-tracked-FREE walk. A profiling-FREE walk. A recording-FREE walk. A life-through-a-lens-FREE walk. A pressure-to-promote-your-own-life-FREE walk.

A collective action for participants interested in the role of data tracking in our lives. 

 

18th July 2020

OFFICIAL SECRETS II

As part of an ongoing project on CDE Nancekuke (once the centre of UK chemical weapons development and manufacture) with William Arnold, Official Secrets II was a site-specific casting event. Held on mine workings which were once part of the base, we discussed contemporary mythologies and I cast a cauliflower in lead.  These brassica are grown on peripheral areas of the site because their shallow rooting reduces the likelihood of the inadvertent disturbance of materials from the establishment's past.  

This was undertaken as part of my July residency at Back Lane West

 

1st July 2020

NON-CONTACT

A residency-in-isolation, throughout July, at Back Lane West. During this, I am working on a print project which uses discarded disposable gloves gathered during the first Covid-19 lockdown in the UK. Progress from the residency is documented on Back Lane West's Instagram during my takeover for the month.

With thanks to Arts Council England.

 

1st December 2020

IDIONE EDITION

​Contributing to 'IDOINE & JANE LOWRY & PATRICK LOWRY', one of a series of wonderful bi-lingual publications by Jérémy Glâtre, Eléonore Pano-Zavaroni and Pascale Riou.

 

 

 

1st November 2020

FALLING WALLS

​Participating in this mail art exhibition at SVA with a blind embossed geometric print with origins in research conducted for Official Secrets.

 

 

5th January 2019

OFFICIAL SECRETS

Showing at Back Lane West, this is a project William Arnold  and I have been working on, exploring Nancekuke CDE. A meal by Mollie Goldstrom (SOLD OUT) at 6pm, followed by a film screening and exhibition at 7pm.

 

 

 

13th October 2018

KOBER

​Exhibiting at the Hestletine Gallery. This mixed show, which focuses on copper, is open until 8th December 2018.

 

 

 

11th August 2018

INCUBATION

​Residency at Back Lane West, Redruth.

 

 

 

27th May 2018

STRAW DOGS AND NEOLITHIC REMAINS

​Leading a fieldtrip around the St Buryan area with James Fergusson for Groundwork.

 

 

 

7th May 2018

A TOUR OF THE MONUMENTS

​Fieldtrip for Groundwork with James Fergusson around the Tywarnhayle area.

 

 

 

21st January 2018

ST. BURYAN

​Field trip around St Buryan, exploring geological, historical, archaeological and cultural perspectives with James Fergusson for Groundwork.

 

 

 

10th December 2017

PENRYN FIELDTRIP

​A field-trip trial around lesser known areas of Penryn and environs with James Fergusson for Groundwork.

 

 

 

1st October 2017

AXIS ARTIST OF THE MONTH

​Featured as Artist of the Month for October 2017 on Axisweb. Interview here.

 

 

 

16th July 2017

TYWARNHAYLE
Trialing a field trip for Groundwork/CAST with artist/ecologist James Fergusson, exploring the deep topography of Tywarnhayle.

1st July 2017

STATIC ISLAND

Residency at Back Lane West, which is being recorded on the project blog.

Further details at the Static Island Facebook page.

 

 

 

1st January 2017

DARE PRIZE

Shortlisted for the DARE Prize with Joanna Dowell (nee Lampard).

 

 

 

25th November 2016

ALL-IN-ONE

An experimental stop-motion is being shown at this group-loop show in Chiari, Italy. 

 

 

 

21st October 2016

INLAND ART FESTIVAL

Frontier is being shown at Inland Art Festival.

"Inland Art Festival is a contemporary art festival, bringing diverse communities together in the historic town of Redruth, Cornwall. The first festival took place from 25th-28th September 2014, when an ambitious free programme showcased works by 90 artists. Delivering screenings, performances, interactive installations in unexpected locations and events from family workshops to talks for practitioners."

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