Sunday, 4 October 2009

Library Dust


My first set of Library Dust books has come back for the bookbinders emboss with beautiful gold text on the front covers. They look fantastic, this picture really doesn't do them justice.


 The text excerpts (which read 'Nothing has been less historical or less true', 'the produce of the civilised world', We are living in another world', 'the significance of this', and 'we were told long ago') come from somewhere inside each book, and can be found if you search hard enough inside the framed page under all the library dust.

Sunday, 5 July 2009

The Golden Word

This work, a new version of my 'but a breath' drawing installations, was on display at Salaam Shalom Radio Station for the Easton Arts Trail. It's a station run by Jews and Muslims and the exhibition was inspired by Abrahamic Calligraphy - the written word of God given through Abraham and Moses, which Christians, Jews and Muslims all revere.  If you missed it there may be a chance to see the show again as we're looking into touring the work at different venues around Bristol. Watch this space for more news. 

Thursday, 14 May 2009

Exhibiting my books


This year I'm exhibiting one of my new artist books in the Bath Fringe Festival, which starts in just over a week. Check out Trigger Editions for more details.


Wednesday, 29 April 2009

Spike Island Open

This weekend my Studio is open to the public

Friday 1st May - 6pm - 9pm
Saturday 2nd - Monday 4th May - 10.30am - 6pm

Spike Island is on Cumberland Road behind the SS Great Britain. It's usually possible to park on the road then just follow everyone else! 
It's always a great event as there is masses to see, something for every taste (literally!). My studio is number 77 so come and find me first and I'll point you in the direction of work that you'll like. There will be different events going on and there's a lovely bar/cafe, so plenty to fill up most of your day if you want to. www.spikeisland.org.uk

Will look forward to seeing you there.