The Emerging show in Bristol was at The Station in Silver Street, featuring work by Rediat Abayneh, who I was visiting and two other interesting artists on the Creative Futures programme, Polly Garnett and Sam Grainger. Rediat’s work is this fabulous … Continue reading
I can’t recommend 25 Days Of My Life | Story of a Calais Refugee by Rediat Abayneh highly enough. It’s beautiful, powerful and very important work, commissioned as part of the RANDOM ACTS series: ‘We showcase short films chosen for … Continue reading
Type all set, inked up and on the press.
And the answer on this occasion, at Spike Island in Bristol, is giving some critical attention to work by Holly McLean. Here’s a still from her video piece that fifteen of us – associates and artists and visitors – saw … Continue reading
This week I spent a couple of days in Bristol at Spike Island, the arts centre that is showing my Whitstable Biennale piece Building 519, until 29 March. It’s the first in their new ‘One Work’ series, designed to show … Continue reading
I’m really pleased to have been namechecked by Dany Louise as part of the Whitstable Biennale in her top five shows of the year. A good way to end the year!
The biennale’s now been open for ten days, the town is heaving with people and the Umbrella Café, where my work is installed, has been heaving too. I’ve seen a lot of positive press coverage and you can read some … Continue reading