I am delighted to announce that I have secured funding from Arts Council England for my project Spoil and Fill. Spoil and Fill is a moving image project, installation and pop up book that will be exhibited at Studio 1:1 in London in April 2014. The project revolves around the repeated demolition of a building that I reconstructed after it was destroyed by the IRA Bishopsgate bombing in 1993. The project will engage the construction industry and use my own archive material and footage from the London Screen Study Collection. I am really looking forward to working with writer Charmian Griffin and artist Marenka Gabeler, along with mentoring by Karen Mirza, co-founder of no.w.here.
I am delighted to be one of five artists selected for Jerwood Open Forest, a six-month research and development period supported by Jerwood Visual Arts (JVA) and Forestry Commission England.
I am going to be working with the foresters, developing the project ‘Post’.
The research process will culminate in a curated exhibition at Jerwood Visual Arts in January 2014.
Sadly the Record/Record project is cancelled
Site visit on the 31st March.
The start of a project filming the demolition of a building I constructed.