News

Walks-in-Progress and Antiuniversity

5th May 2017

I've been working on Walks-in-Progress during this week's AltMFA residency at Guest Projects. A cross-continental daily walking collaboration between myself in London and Marion Tu, in Houston, Texas. We'll be exhibiting our explorations at Guest Projects this weekend - 1-9pm Saturday 6th May and 1-5pm Sunday 7th May. Our Saturday journey will be a simultaneous group walk open to all, meet at Guest Projects 6pm LDN time (12noon HTX time). Info on that and the rest of the show here.

This year's Antiuniversity programme has launched! A festival and experiment in alternative education, it will feature my Tapping Into The City project via a group walk exploring the area around the site of the original Antiuniversity of London. Tuesday 13th June, 6.30pm. Info on Antiuniversity website here, facebook event page here and please ensure your spot by booking a free place on Eventbrite here 

Online Publication and Upcoming Residency

29th April 2017

Walking Women, the Live Art Development Agency-commissioned publication, is now online. It's a much needed guide to the underrepresented female contingent of artists making walking works, and features my Tapping Into The City project amidst lots of other great work by walking women artists. Take a look here.

It's residency time with AltMFA! We'll be making Guest Projects our home again over the next week (1st-7th May), and exploring the theme of The Future. Come and join us at our open meeting on Tuesday 2nd May (details here) and our open weekend on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th May (details here) where we'll be showing what we've been up to, as well as putting on workshops, performances, live events, food and fun!

The Future and Walking Women

25th April 2017

Exciting news!

AltMFA, the alternative art education group/collective I am part of, has been awarded a-n funding! We decided in these turbulent times to take a theme looking at the future. The bursary will help us to tighten up our programme, pay visiting speakers, gather and make use of information and knowledge more usefully and make it easier to share our learning with the public. We are very thankful and grateful to a-n. More details here.

Making walking women artists visible! Following last year's Walking Women festival at Somerset House (where I presented my Tapping Into The City project), the organisers were invited to create a study room guide for the Live Art Development Agency. The launch is this evening. I'm very excited to have a small part in this, and will be speaking briefly about my work along with many other artists. Details here.

Talking about art and education at Res|Fest

Saturday 11th March 2017

This Wednesday 15th March is Res|Fest at the Courtauld. I'll be there as artist and representative of AltMFA, to take part in a panel discussion about changes to art education and impact on artistic practice. There are representatives from the establishment and the alternative, it should make for an interesting and hopefully fruitful and useful conversation. Details here.

Tapping Into The City walk for Terminalia - Festival of Psychogeography

20th February 2017

After a bit of a winter hibernation, Tapping Into The City is back. Come along for a group walk this Thursday 23rd February, as part of Terminalia - Festival of Psychogeography.

Meeting Thurs 23rd Feb at 6.30pm, Regent's Place Plaza, London. Nearest tube - Warren Street. More details and updates on event page here. Free, all welcome!

New York With AltMFA for Alternative Art School Fair

18th November 2016

Now, more than ever, we need to look at different ways of learning and being together. So I'm very excited to be part of this weekend's Alternative Art School Fair with AltMFA at Pioneer Works in Brooklyn. The fair brings together groups and schools from all over the world, to show and share what they do. Looking forward to meeting everyone and exploring together. If you happen to be in New York, come say hi and chat with us at our stall! We'll also be part of The Price of Education panel discussion on Saturday afternoon.

Tapping video and Tapping walk - tomorrow!

29th October 2016

The next Tapping walk is tomorrow, 30th October. A nice Sunday afternoon jaunt around the busyness of Oxford Circus - better strap on those pennies! Meeting at 2.30pm at Cavendish Square Gardens. Event page here.

Also made a video piece for the project, you can watch it here.

New Project - The State(s) We're In at Art Licks Weekend

29th September 2016

My new project, The State(s) We're In, will be making its first outing this Saturday 1st October with a performance at 3pm as part of AltMFA's live art tour for Art Licks Weekend.

The piece is a work-in-progress using people, movement and voice and touching on themes of belonging, sense of place, displacement and migration in our current times. It features singers from EU member states, and has been made possible thanks to the contributions, words, performance and vocals of Johanna Bolton, Helen Jorgensen, Rosemary Hudson, Kim Soep, Liz Wilks, Filip Hnízdo, Yasmin Kuymizakis, Joana Gil, Lieve Carchon, Pilar Sofia Sanchez, Veronika Szabó, Laura Wyatt O'Keeffe, Pierre Palluet and Stefania Donini.

Book your free space here. Facebook event page here.

Southend Charabanc and Art Licks Weekend

23rd September 2016

Tomorrow I'll be bringing back Laughing Piece, as part of Estuary Festival's Southend Charabanc. Be part of the art and come and make me laugh! On Southend High Street, 11am-3pm.

Also, a new project to be announced very shortly, with performance at AltMFA's live art tour from 3pm next Saturday 1st October as part of Art Licks Weekend. Book your space here

Tapping Into The Regions

21st August 2016

After many excursions within London, Tapping Into The City turns its attention to the regions - starting with one of Britain's largest examples of privately owned public space - the Liverpool ONE development. Come and take part in a group walk around the area this Tuesday, 23rd August from 6.15pm. Meeting point - the Liverpool Sailors' Home Gateway. Full info here. All welcome!

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