Tuesday night at Artworks was the PV of Tapped In, work by first year BA Fine Art students from Cambridge School of Art. The show was for one night only, and I was too busy showing off in my caravan to remember to take photos, but I can at least list my personal favourites. Mari Eriksen's Untitled hanging makes detritus beautiful. Brenda Phillips' This Mortal Coil is a moving jumble of nails which was impossible not to touch. Immie Dungate's photos Encounters are powerfully unsettling. Finally, Tim Peaks is an emotionally clever film by Jorjia Johnson, which she projects onto an old window, rescued from a skip.
For the next few weeks I will be blogging about my residency in a caravan.
The caravan, left over from Jane Watt's inspired The Cabinet of Curiosities project, is now parked at Cambridge Artworks. I have agreed to spend five weeks at the caravan, building a model village that, to quote myself, will 'cosily house the precarious.'
I spent the first day, Easter Saturday (is that a thing?) settling in and filling the drawers with source material.
Further exciting installments to follow!
On Valentine's Day I rose from my sickbed to rise with my sisters, in an all-singing, all-dancing demo to end male violence to the one billion women and girls of the world who currently experience it.
Photos are by; Beverley Carpenter, Jane Carpenter, Simone Allyourproofreading Chalkley and Siana Chalkley-Robinson; and thanks to Hilary Cox Condron for the Nipple and Vulva Shields and the Clitoris Sceptres.
Jane Hellings' adventures in Art Land
- 9 Stitches FiLiA Residency 2018-19
- Lass Struggle FiLiA 2017
- Art for a Fiver
- The Every Day Project
- Afternoon tea with Sheela
- And They Lived Happily Ever After
- Object Object
- Objectification and Gendered Violence Symposium
- Feminist Pound Shop
- Slag Sofa
- It's a Mad World
- Penis Emporium
- Objectify That
- Louise Bourgeois Gallery
- Charity Nipples
- Our Lady
- Dirty Washbasin Project
- A Series of Poor Jokes
- Playing House
- Playing Shop
- Desperate Artwives
- Sew Angry
- Public Art
- Community Art
- Up t'Arts
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