Posts tagged "collaboration"
The child inside the mother

The child inside the mother

Tracing and copying lines and gestures from Naoise drawings, collaging these into family photographs fusing together the present and the past, exploring mother/daughter relationships.
The egg, the womb the head and the moon

The egg, the womb the head and the moon

  “The egg, the womb, the head and the moon” www.eggwombheadmoon.com,  has been created to show existing work and research-driven practice about the maternal by the Mewe arts collective in response to the title. The site includes documentation of visual art work, video, sound, performance and texts by members of Mewe, including contextual dialogue and blog posts that have...
Stone Soup

Stone Soup

Making “Stone Soup” with my son, like that in the fairy tale. Performance made as part of The Egg The Womb The Head & The Moon    
Mummification

Mummification

https://youtu.be/cKXpSno_KSM We are stuck together, forever bound to our children, always mother’s. Video from Mummification: The Egg The Womb The Head & The Moon   

Higher Riser

In Higher Riser I collaborate with my eldest son Sydney to re-imagine Sylvia Plaths poem You’re as rock song. Plaths words use the metaphor of bread rising to represent the womb of the pregnant narrator.
Dust to bread

Dust to bread

The dust that collects in my vacuum cleaner is full of cat and human hair, dead skin, lost lego pieces, cut up bits of paper and scraps of childrens' creativity, feathers from the cushions that line our sofa, sweet wrappers dropped, mud from the souls of our shoes stamped inside and lots of other...
Clifton Country Park, Wet Earth Colliery-

Clifton Country Park, Wet Earth Colliery-

"Collaborated with Maria Stukoff, the children of Clifton Primary School ( "Clifton Cidz Colliery Company"), Salford Ranger Team, Salford City Council and Atomic Design to re-interpretate the site through producing art work to be utilised in an interactive CD Rom."
Lancaster Moor Hospital

Lancaster Moor Hospital

"In 1998 I completed a 5 month collaborative residency at the hospital with Michael Mayhew (performance artist), and Scott Abraham (film maker). Based on the Conniston Ward we worked together to produce an interdisciplinary installation and performance piece. |"
Brockhall Village

Brockhall Village

"Between 1995 and 1997, I lived and worked from a studio in the old nurses building at Brockhall Village on the site of a derelict Victorian Asylum together with 30 other artist, including the performance artist Michael Mayhew, who I collaborated with on a number of projects including Scenes from The Asylum Wall."...