I will be showing a new polyptych series piece from by current Chromogenesis research practice, part of my MFA final work.
With over 40 exhibiting artists, the white bricks and mortar of The Jam Factory will be home to a diverse array of artistic talent selected from our annual Open Call. Our mission to support local art is part of the foundations of The Jam Factory Gallery, with innovative new work consistently refurbishing our 116 year old walls.
Exhibition: 17th April – 9th June 2019
Artists Evening: 22nd April, 6-8pm
Free and accessible to all!
Monday – Thursday: 8am – 11pm
Friday – Saturday: 8am – 12am
Sunday: 8am – 10pm
It’s finally happening! The new darkroom at Fusion Arts Oxford will be opening in the next few weeks. Will post more updates shortly but watch my IG feed for info as well.
We still have work to do but the space has been agreed and work has begun.
Looking forward to see a selection of my series: Chromogenesis on display as part of Chromantics: A selection of artworks from OVADA’s Associate Artists come together for a dramatic celebration of colour through paintings, drawings, prints, photography and sculpture. Curator and OVADA studio artist, Tommy Watkins, invites you to explore this unique off-site exhibition and meet the people who are shaping Oxfordshire’s art scene:
Wendy Aldiss – Kate Aries – Sarah Attwood – Didi Baldwin – Juliet Bankes – Lisa Bates – Betsy Bell – John Blythe – Joshua Browitt – Sue Chamberlin – Aileen Creegan – Clare Crombie – Jan Crombie – Robin Danely – Phil Dobson – Elizabeth Gascoigne – Emily Gong – Julie Gooddy – Ellen Hausner – Mary Haynes – John Hazell – Katie Hellon – Deborah Hudson – Ala Jazayeri – Elaine Kazimierczuk – Gabriele Kern – Monica Lewis – Lissart – Rebecca Lyne – Andrew Manson – Adriana Rabinovich – Jacqueline McLaurin – Kieran McLean – Miranda Millward – William Milne – Jeremy Morgan – Naomi Morris – Christopher Neal – Sue Perstitious – Lucy Phillips – Jezella Pigott – Deborah Pill – Marina Price – Roger Pugh – Catalina Renjifo – Marigold Short – Alex Singleton – Matt Smart – Brigitte Stepputtis – Katie Taylor – Tommy Watkins – Gill White – Sarah Wills-Brown
Opening reception and artist talk: Saturday 6 April 2019, 5-8pm.
Exhibition runs from: 3 – 28 April 2019
Gallery Open: Tuesday to Saturday, 10am – 8pm and Sunday, 11am – 4pm.
VENUE: Cornerstone Gallery
DIRECTIONS: 10 minute journey on train from Oxford City Centre to Didcot Station. 3 minute walk from Train station to Cornerstone Gallery.
With special thanks to Cornerstone Arts Centre, OVADA Associates and Tommy Watkins.
In our interim exhibiting I am showing new research based work exploring the material boundaries of colour photographic paper. In our post-digital age, does material photography have a role to play? There seems to be a revisiting to the more traditional practices of photography but is it enough to just re-engage with what has already been? Experimentation with photographic processes is not new, but in the new context of digital and every more augmented digital imagery, can material photography explore new territories that step outside the arena of the technical image?
Had a great time on Friday night at The Pitt Rivers, thanks to everyone for your contributions and for really getting into the flow and enjoying the process. Your feedback was really valuable as always.
Looking forward to seeing you all again in the new year!
Just a quick post to let you know that I will be running a CPD session at the Pitt Rivers museum on Friday November 9th from 6pm.
Lots of fun to be had playing with found images, slide projectors, photo copiers and digital printer. Don’t miss out!
See the OAT newsletter for sign-up information.
Next workshop will be at The Old Fire Station, George St, Oxford on Sat 18th August from 2-4pm.
More info and link to book tickets here https://oldfirestation.org.uk/whats-on/alternative-scapes/
This workshop offers visitors the opportunity to engage with and subvert traditional photographic representations of landscape into something ‘other’. Using old postcards, forgotten holiday brochures and discarded colour slides, visitors will have the opportunity to explore a range of collaging processes to transform these ‘old’ representations of place into something new and spectacular. Let your imagination run free, play and make through a range of processes, use old school slide projectors, your mobile phone camera and high quality digital printers to break down and build the world anew.
Take away a print of your new ‘scape’ and share your creativity online with the hashtag #alternativescapes.
Gallery of examples from previous workshops.
Delighted to have selected images from my project ‘The speed of light, the speed of me’ on show at this years Bath Photography Festival. Visit the Green Park Brasserie until 30th June.