October: work has begun at the British School at Rome, where I am very happily living and working until the end of the year as the Derek Hill Foundation Scholar (picture of marble cabinet here, which I am currently spending quite a bit of time exploring).
Anneka French has written an essay on my Body/Building polaroid works for Photomonitor this month and there is also a four-page feature on my work by Robert Preece in the October issue of Sculpture magazine with a small extract available online here.
Denis Joe has written a review of the exhibition on Manchester Salon.
A few dates if you’d like to catch me performing in Panoply before the exhibition closes on 22nd April. I shall also be doing an informal Walk & Talk event at the Bluecoat on Thursday, you can reserve a free place on their website here if you’d like to attend.
Easter Monday: 2-4pm
Thursday 12th April 2-4pm followed by Walk & Talk: 6 -7.30 pm
Saturday 14th: 12 – 2pm
Monday 16th: 11am – 1pm
Saturday 21st: 2-4pm
Sunday 22nd: 3-6pm
(I may appear at additional times, but these are guaranteed).
Very pleased to be the Guardian’s artists of the week this week.
Mercy have put Cardboard Folly in their top five collaborative projects of the year in an article that’s just been published on creativetimes.co.uk. Flattered. I should also take the opportunity to apologise for not having a PDF of it online yet. Each issue takes a couple of hours to assemble, so the poor artists have not even had their copies yet! Soon, very soon!
Vision magazine have featured ‘Inhabitant’ in their discovery section in the May issue. I just received a copy in the post today and it’s a lovely magazine, full of gorgeous images on matt paper; the best kind.
Unfortunately I can’t translate the text, but I’m guessing it is pretty similar to that on my website.