Though I had exhibited and worked with Bonnie and Charlotte (today known as curatorial duo Salt+Powell) previously, this was definitely an entirely different experience as it was their space and, in short, I really didn’t want to do anything to muck things up – especially with the calibre of artists I was to be exhibiting […]Read more "Click+Spill"
So, our dear friend and fellow YSJ Graduate (albeit from before our time, the old fogey) Ritchard Allaway who is currently undertaking the Masters programme with us did some pretty awesome work for the Illuminating York 2013 light-festival. “Nidhug feasted on the third root, and as he devoured, his fiery breath spread through the tree, consuming […]Read more "Illuminating York"
Had the pleasure of attending a pop-up exhibition in the Books For Amnesty bookshop on Goodramgate. The show was curated by York College students and contained a number of works by the students, our very own Salt+Powell, and other York-based artists. All in all, it was lovely to see an effort being made by the […]Read more "Pop-Up “Pop-In”"
This wasn’t some critical, brooding, ontological project about the meaning of life or reality or existence. Nope. This was pure, unadulterated, paint-splashing, ravey fun. Thanks to Georgia and the rest of the lovely ladies at the TFA for their brilliant ‘Alternative Art Freshers’ at York St John University, I got to partake in a fantastically […]Read more "UV Jacky P – Alternative Art Freshers"
But maybe that’s just a tad dramatic…. The degree show madness is finally hitting me. After palavers with titles, exhibition themes, press releases (which I had a small part in… Yay for perpetually signing up to do extra work!?), a-n blogs and the like… I do believe I might just go a little insane – […]Read more "The Beginning Of The End.."