I’ve not blogged in ages. I keep reflecting, but it’s stored in hidden word documents on my laptop – sometimes making an appearance at a conference, or on my Facebook – in the safety of friends and not just the internet-public. But I’ve been thinking about getting to 30. Alive. I really can’t believe it. OnContinue reading “The Year of Zinc”
Last week Facebook memories reminded me that the exact week in 2012, I wrote on my Facebook status that I was finally seeing a NHS haemotologist oncologist after my crazy USA medical adventure. I have certain dates etched into my collective memory, which feel like I’ll never be able to erase , even if IContinue reading “Getting sick was (is) the worst thing that ever happened to me, but”
About 2 weeks ago I found out that I’ve been shortlisted for another award, this time for — “Most innovative student-driven digital tool” — for the design of my *future* Radiotherapy Treatment Patient Information App – “RADcare”. And I’m still blown away by the shortlist. I don’t think I’ll win, but this definitely feels like one ofContinue reading “The Heart of The Matter: Hope.”
I’m very pleased to say that my partner-in-crime (collaborator!) Abi Goodman & I’s SUBVERTIZE project (http://readvertise.wordpress.com/ – website needs to be updated hehe) work is featured in the amazing Ania Bas book which is created from a whole year’s awesome residency in Parsons Cross, Sheffield. It’s a fantastic book – which you can get for FREEContinue reading “Book Launch!”
Abi Goodman and I had a fantastic day on the 19th May at Parsons X event Location. We got some amazing statements created by the locals. This image below is a statement created by an 11 year old girl. Amazing.
The problems with collaboration when you and your collaborator live 60 + miles away, sometimes it’s hard to schedule or afford to meet outside of work hours. Esp, when like me you’re ill. Or broke. Or get scheduled in at work unknowingly! Luckily for Harriet and I (H-dawg is my collaborator, and doing her PhD in collaboration)Continue reading “The Department of Collaboration”
SO! There’s 10 individual artists who got a Site Residency. We came with our own proposals. We can still do our own proposals. But where would be the fun in that? NO FUN! Especially, when like me, you love collaborating. Creating a critical discourse around something: whether that is indeed #class or the artworld, orContinue reading “Site Gallery Residency, so far.”
you know how i roll. #sheffdocfest.