Here is a selection
A collected zine of new collage works on paper, made in summer 2016
12 pages, photocopied in full colour. Available to buy here for £4 plus postage
‘Nice, here’: collage on vintage postcard, November 2015
Do you have a message from or about Bradford?
Come along to our free workshop to create your own unique Bradford postcard using drawing, collage, photography or mixed media with your own message from or about our city.
All materials are provided but feel free to bring any of your own.
Free, all welcome!
You can find us at:
Wur Bradford art stall (opposite Home From Home cafe)
This event is the first in a series of creative workshops at Wur Bradford art stall at Kirkgate Market running over the winter period, supported by Bradford Council and Bradford Markets
To see details of our other events, visit https://wurbradford.wordpress.com/2015/11/05/upcoming-creative-workshops/
Altered postcard, November 2015
Part of an ongoing series of collage works on found postcards and book pages
I’m half way through a two week residency at the University of Bradford’s Gallery II, hosted by Art in Unusual Spaces to create work towards the Transformations: North Parade After Dark event on Tuesday 8th September, part of the programme this year’s British Science Festival
My occupation of the space is the first of four artist residencies, which will become a game of consequences, where each resident leaves something in the space for the next to work from; creating a loose collaboration between us and showing the process of transformation from one idea and discipline to the next.
The artists following me are writer Javaad Alipoor; musicians Seth Bennett, George Murray and Aby Vulliamy; and dancer Chemaine Cooke.
I’ve been using my residency in the Gallery to play with making alterations to discarded, donated, found and purloined objects and imagery. So far these are taking the form of collage and assemblage pieces. I’m also collaborating with sound and light designer Ivan Mack in the construction of a custom designed wooden box which will become a portable, interactive diorama, combining physical and digital photographic images with objects, cut outs and projections. Serious fun.