Jamie was selected for the 'Some Times' Residency Programme at The Art House which offers artists a period of one month to develop new or existing work. The residency also includes accommodation and access to their studio facilities and mentoring by Art House staff.
In this film, commissioned by The Art House, we hear about Jamie's diverse practice which ranges from drawing and printmaking to video and sound installations. We also find out about his long-running 'Widows and Orphans' project which he worked on during the residency period.
Jamie's final exhibition Widows and Orphans took place 25 January-24 February 2017 in The Art House Project Space.
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A film about Social Works?: Live, a celebration and exploration of socially engaged practice which took place at Manchester School of Art on 26 April 2019.
Diana Ali is a Nottingham-based artist, curator, lecturer, mentor and TV presenter! Diana originally trained as a painter but has since moved into making films, using vintage found footage in the form of 8mm video recordings.
For the latest in our series of 'What do Axis artists do all day?' we interviewed longstanding Axis member Steve Messam at his studio near Barnard Castle.