Lewis Biggs – The City as a Patron – I am the architect, this is unacceptable, this is not happening – Artists’ Strategies for Working in Public: Learning from Practice – Symposium – House of an Art Lover – GI Festival – Wednesday 25th April 2012

INTRODUCTION – Art is not solipsism, it is a social activity. Art only becomes art when there is a dialogue in place therefore it must be social. – The relationship between the patron and the artist is a social exchange as both parties have needs and/or resources. Patrons and artists need a dialogue as councils … Continue reading

Andrew Miller – Gallery II – Ingleby Gallery – Edinburgh – 14th Febuary 2012

Andrew Miller is a Glasgow based artist and a graduate of the Glasgow School of Art, Sculpture & Environmental Art course. Miller’s work often deals with the concept of form and function and the ambiguity that surrounds it. As a result Miller rarely focuses on medium but more notably the purpose of an object. Miller … Continue reading

Signs that Say What You Want Them To Say and Not Signs that Say What Someone Else Wants You To Say – Gillian Wearing – 1992/1993 – Site – Place – Context – 2012

Gillian Wearing OBE is a well known conceptual British artist, a lot of her work uses the British public exploring issues in society and how people represent themselves. In her piece Signs that Say What You Want Them To Say and Not Signs that Say What Someone Else Wants You To Say she asked members of … Continue reading

Site – Place – Context – Introduction Lecture Notes – Monday 16th January 2012

FINAL OUTCOME – The work will end up exhibited in the studio, so in a gallery space. This means you must think about how to document the piece and how you could show it so the size of it if it is an object. Moreover how you use the studio space as it is also … Continue reading

Site – Place – Context – SEA Brief – Year 1 Term 2 – January 14th 2012 – GSA

Site – Place – Context This project aims to demonstrate the importance of being aware of, and understanding the multiplicity of contexts within any given site. The project is structured around four creative processes: Research, Development, Resolution and Presentation. You may develop work in any media, though this must be done within the resources introduced to … Continue reading