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Hand cut MDF, household paint and clear matt varnish
Mixed media drawings. A series of works on the theme of Nothingness for an exhibition at Parndon Mill Gallery in August-September 2014. Nothingness is glimpsed at the periphery of human consciousness. It is before and after, ecstasy and grief. Price is for framed works.
Etching and oil paint on icon panel
Archaeopteryx has fascinated people ever since the first body fossil was discovered in 1861 near Langenaltheim, Germany.
This fossil was sold to the Natural History Museum in London and is known as The London Specimen. In 1868, Thomas Henry Huxley suggested Archaeopetryx was an evolutionary link between dinosaurs and birds.
To date, 11 Archaeopteryx fossil specimen...
This body of work looks into the connection between analog and digital processes in photography, using the language of photoshop's commands and instructions. These commands are applied almost like snippets of dialogue over a scanned film negative that is covered in dust specs scattered randomly over a photograph of a night sky. Combinations of commands are converted into short meaningless or me...
Gouache on paper
A fantastical landscape populated with groups of anthropomorphic beings - exploring group dynamics and social isolation.
Styrofoam ball and vibrator
Absinthe, geotextile, wood
Glasgow Open House Art Festival
For the first commission of our Writing Scotland programme Laura Campbell talks to Amalie Silvani-Jones and Phoebe Barnicoat about Glasgow’s new visual arts festival.Read more
Axisweb is hitting the road and coming to a city near you.Read more
Curated Selection Prize 2014
We reveal the winners of this year’s Curated Selection Prize ahead of the publication of their online exhibitions.Read more
Glasgow International 2014
Axisweb Director Sheila McGregor takes a trip to her home town of Glasgow to report on what might be the contemporary art event of the year so far.Read more
Open Frequency 2014: Seamus Harahan selected by Declan Long
We asked lecturer and writer Declan Long to select a Northern Irish artist for Open Frequency. Here he profiles the film work of Seamus Harahan.Read more
Artist of the Month: April 2014, Helen Sear
Helen Sear talks to us about her interest in photography, composition and the art scene in South Wales.Read more
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