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exhibition in Oxford June 2015

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‘Everything colour taught me about myself’

Here is an install shot or two of the little show squeezed into the […] Space at the mission gallery Swansea. Informally titled ‘everything colour taught me about myself’. Opens tomorrow and is up for around a month. Gallery is … Continue reading

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New works in progress from the studio

A quick post to give a glimpse of the tinkering a in the studio.   This small work is hinting at a new direction and has a strong photographic quality. Very Luc Tuymans. It comes from a series of irresistible … Continue reading

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Unnatural Selection Seminar

Here is the audio from the Unnatural Selection seminar. It was wonderful to see so many people there, and I am enormously grateful to all those who attended. Many many thanks to Samir Okasha (Bristol University) and Clive Cazeaux (Cardiff … Continue reading

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Unnatural selection

These works explore links between Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection and modern arts practice. 24 abstract paintings have been created from simple randomly placed and coloured elements. These works were then displayed to the public, who were … Continue reading

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Intentionality

The Intentionality work commissioned as part of ‘Being2’ by Lee Rose of december Lab is now finished and will be exhibited as of this Thursday (19th July 2012). It is at Arcadecardiff (http://www.arcadecardiff.co.uk/) for a week, the space is located … Continue reading

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September preview

This month I am holding a monthlong residency in the basement space at the Milkwood gallery (http://milkwoodgallery.com/index. ) This will be split into two parts. The first part is an investigation into the production of afterimages. These ‘negative’ visual phenomena occur … Continue reading

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Physiognomy of shock – The Wirksworth Project

Excuse the dodgy grainy quality of this video, it was meant for a small scale projection originally.  This video takes the former Physiognomy project a bit further.  It involved taking the project out to the people of a market town … Continue reading

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Two paintings from the spectrum series exhibited in Berlin

Many thanks to Louise Taylor of economy art biscuit in swansea for arranging the ambitious show and taking the work to Germany.  Another reason why Swansea is better than Cardiff!!

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