Why I Hate Interviews

Interviews are distressing; they have made me fidgety, shaky, quite unwell even – that was when I really needed a job. So what about that instance when I absolutely didn’t need the job? In fact last year I applied for a position to work at the Venice Bienalle on a whim at 10pm the night before the closing date, mostly to […]

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Painting Music: Rhythm in Art

‘Talking to artists is like embarking on voyages of discovery’ – Richard Cork 23/1/17 Reflection I was privileged to interview five very talented musicians and collected over 20,000 words worth of conversation. The semester was mostly research based so, whilst I could not achieve the highest grade due to the lack of resolved work, I feel that there […]

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Whimsical People: 7/11/16

I’m not a great blog writer. I am throwing the term ‘art’ around as an excuse to explain my shitty writing, however I think it is because I am trying to express my thoughts lightly over things which are actually very important to me. I am finally beginning to call myself an ‘artist’ as opposed to an […]

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Venice

Two people from our year have been offered an opportunity to work at the Venice Biennalle for a month in 2017. This involves working alongside the prestigious Scottish artist Rachel McLean. My application:   I first encountered Rachel MacLean last year and I, endearingly, described her videos and photography as garish, almost manic. Her work is […]

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What it Means to be Human

I wrote this alongside my artwork in first semester, however in light of recent events I feel that it is relevant to my life and practice this semester. I find the biological terms which describe humanness completely uninteresting as it is evident that there is something more to personhood than simply being of the same […]

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