The Power of Image

Having been looking at and researching a lot of Performance Art lately I have inevitably been thinking about its modes of documentation. How do we accurately record an ephemeral event in which setting and audience were so crucial? The atmosphere of the room and the reactions of the audience are in a sense part of the … Continue reading The Power of Image

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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 Performance Art

Exposed (Working Title) Series

One of the things I love most about making art is that I constantly surprise myself. If you had told me three years ago that I would be doing a shoot like this I would have laughed in your face. Why? Because it involved getting totally naked in front of someone who was not a … Continue reading Exposed (Working Title) Series

Projection Experimentation

I had a play with the projector today. Not really sure I feel about these works yet, they're still far too fresh for me to form an opinion of them. There are elements I'm really happy with though, primarily the physicality created by the projection. It really has been a struggle for me working so digitally … Continue reading Projection Experimentation

Performance Art

'Fourway', Daisy Cockle Last weekend I attended 'ATTEMPT', a live art event organised by fellow students at The Stand, a local comedy club. Performance Art is something I had never truly experienced up until now. Yes, I've read library books, heard all the big names, watched countless videos and even dabbled in it slightly myself. … Continue reading Performance Art