I found time on my residency in Fljotstunga for some cone interventions:
Prints of my Street Interventions are currently showing, until mid-January in Venice, as part of an experimental art festival. I’m mostly tickled that whilst in Venice, surrounded by exquisite Venetian architecture, you wander into a gallery to find nine prints of the best of Milton Keynes!
My curated event, trying to bring together Art, Disability, and Free-Thinking. I said Things We Are Not Allowed To Say. Speakers: Aaron Williamson, Aidan Moesby, Trish Wheatley, Sonia Bouie, Tom Shakespeare, Chair: Manick Govinda. (image credit: Aidan Moesby – Tom Shakespeare, Anna Berry, Manick Govinda)
Work featured in recent show: Pronoia – March 2015, London. The Management, a stand-alone piece, and a selection from my ‘Masks‘ series. You can hear my talk on this work as part of the panel discussion here:
I was honoured to be asked by the wonderful Aidan Moseby to speak on a panel at an event at MAC Birmingham about representation of disabled artists. I wrote a follow-up article summarising the sorts of things I said.
It was really rewarding to finally see Paradise Lost, my project about town planning and homelessness, come to fruition. It was created to make 50 years of Milton Keynes, and took about 18 months to come together – it was a real labour of love. It’s been showing as part of MK Fringe 2018, on…