Category Archives: food

Slow

Chinese Arts Centre in Manchester invited me as part of a collective of ten Manchester-based artists, to explore the concept of ‘Life Friendly’ in a two-week residency.  http://www.wearelifefriendly.blogspot.com / http://www.lifefriendlypractice.wordpress.com I wanted to explore the benign potential of “slow”, thinking … Continue reading

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The House at the End of the Pier

I made some model-size samples last month while developing a proposal for a site-specific domestic, edible installation in response to the giddying commercial amusements of Brighton pier. These pieces are made entirely of Brighton Rock, are incredibly brittle on a … Continue reading

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Try to eat everything

Durational intervention, Liverpool, November 2011, part of Present in Public at the Bluecoat (www.givingintogift.org).   A hungry ghost in a white duvet cover offers a potlatch of free gifts made in China to Victorian sin-eaters: a gift from Bataille buys … Continue reading

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over precious

Durational sculpture created as part of a project on the potentials and limits of the combination of domestic partnership and creative collaboration, as half of the duo louie+jesse, at GlogauAIR, Berlin. flour, water, glass, corkboard, net wedding veil. 2010.

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two textile sculptures

These sculptures were made during a three-month residency at GlogauAIR, Berlin, as part of the project hand-tied arrangement, looking at the tensions and possibilities inherent in the combination of domestic partnership and creative collaboration. Materials: lace, net, wool, sugar, metal … Continue reading

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