Memphis Sphinx – looking in the drawer for the first time

As part of my Random String residency with Ludic Rooms, I’m using my grandmother’s treadle sewing machine and I filmed on my phone the first time I opened and looked through the machine’s drawer – it was kind of like an ‘unveiling’ when you get a new bit of tech kit but with lots more surprises. See the phone film here Treadle Machine Drawer Tickets for the symposium can be booked via Ludic Rooms link...

2014

I’m delighted to say that I have been selected as a resident artist for Random String – a project by Ludic Rooms which supports 6 artists as they discover interactive technology and work to incorporate it into their practice. I’m using the treadle sewing machine I inherited from my Grandmother as a starting point. It was made in 1919 in Kilbowie, Clydebank, Scotland. The decal decoration on the machine is called the Memphis...

a-n Re:view Bursary March 2013

Delighted to say that I am a recipient of the latest round of a-n Re:view Bursaries. I will be using the bursary for critique and advice from peers and organisations about my practice and future professional development. I will post updates as my review period progresses and this I hope will suport others as they reflect on their own practice and development. More details to...

Chedham’s Yard

On 15th September I will be demonstrating how to make English Paper Pieces for a quilt. I will be working with Julie Joannides who created some lovely work on Godiva’s Coat. Details about the workshop and other activities via Chedham’s...