Category Archive: Installation

Euroart Studios and its founder Lorraine Clarke

Late last year I moved my art practice into Euroart Studios, run by artist Lorraine Clarke, my friend and fellow alumnus of Central Saint Martin’s Art & Science. Euroart Studios is a traditional… Continue reading

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The Iron Genie meets Escher at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

I was thrilled when the Dulwich Picture Gallery requested the loan of my steel harmonograph The Iron Genie for an interactive installation in the gallery in October 2015. It was there to engage… Continue reading

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MiAL: promoting emerging artists from University of the Arts London

Launching a sustainable practice as an artist is challenging, even after graduating from a world-class institution like the University of the Arts London. A career as a visual artist is by definition undefined,… Continue reading

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Lumen: a winter exhibition at the Crypt Gallery

The Crypt Gallery at St. Pancras Parish Church hosts a rolling programme of exhibitions, and has become known as one of London’s  coolest venues for self-funded shows mounted by artist collectives. This December… Continue reading

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Kinetica Art Fair 2014 Review

Now in its sixth year, the Kinetica Art Fair (16th – 19th October 2014 at the Old Truman Brewery, Spitalfields, London ) has become an annual fixture in the London art scene. Organised… Continue reading

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Iron Genie at the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford

On Tuesday 8th July we installed my Iron Genie harmonograph at the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford. This interactive kinetic sculpture will be in the museum’s “Top Gallery” until the 21st.… Continue reading

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A review of Central Saint Martin’s Degree Show One 2014

It is the season of degree shows, and Central Saint Martin’s Show One, featuring students graduating from the Fine Art courses, is currently open to the public until the 27th May.  Having graduated… Continue reading

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Art & Science and the beauty of the pendulum

Imagine stepping into an immersive alien environment, your senses heightened, flipping through your mental memory-files trying to make sense of the space and time to which you have been transported…. a vast, dark… Continue reading

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