Self-Deceit

Self-Deceit (Roma), Francesca Woodman, (1977-78) It has been a long time since I have posted on this blog. For me, this has always been a platform for expressing my creativity and although I am inherently and without question a creative person, my creative impulses have recently been more dominated by my academic ones. The reason for this... Continue Reading →

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Visual Essay on Architecture

Being in Berlin gave me so many revelations that I can't stop thinking about. It also, much to my delight, reignited my love for architecture. I did a project on architecture as part of my Art coursework at GCSE level, but have never returned to it as a topic since. Partly I think because I was put off by the result of my... Continue Reading →

Panic Attack Series

Being a creative person is the best thing in times of trauma, sadness and general unhappiness. Being creative provides you with an outlet that may not otherwise exist; a space to release all the inner burdens. I had a series of panic attacks last year as a result of some emotional baggage and initially they were... Continue Reading →

Sensual Materials

I have this absolute nightmare of my tights ALWAYS getting holes in them. It drives me nuts; my toes peep out, the ladders run up the back of my leg, I don't think I own a single perfect pair of tights! So being an artsy creative person I of course think of new ways to... Continue Reading →

Body Poses

It's amazing when you stop and think about the body; when you register the fact all of your movements are controlled by tiny little messages sent along your nerves and synapses, allowing you to move instinctively without thinking. Transmitting instructions that allow your body to function. These days we are so preoccupied with image, diet,... Continue Reading →

Performance Art

Janine Antoni 'Loving Care', image sourced from Artnet. Having always used and worked with the body as a theme and a medium, it seems only natural that this year I have started to work with Performance Art. This was a movement that came into existence in the 1960s and 70s and is rooted in Conceptual... Continue Reading →

The Potential for Movement

'The Potential for Movement', Photograph, 2016 Thinking back to my images taken in the photographic studio the other week, this one in particular stood out to me. It has what I'm calling 'the potential for movement'. There is so much kinetic energy present here, yet simultaneously none at all. It is completely still; the subject is completely... Continue Reading →

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