CURRENT / UPCOMING 2022

APRIL 

Leading Creative Facilitative Workshops & Organisational Development 'BootCamp' with Ceramic Art Dover to help establish a biennale fire Festival. April - Nov 22 ​

Working towards​

A new Performative Firing in Autumn 2023, Ceramic Art Dover. Supported by Future Foundry

MAY

New digital work commissioned by Mater. SX0753

A web-based research platform exploring materials through the eyes of artists and researchers. Launched in May 2022.

Supported by Arts Council England 

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JUNE

Prototyping & Building a New Mobile Gas Kiln with the ability to adapt to scale of work. June 2022

- supported by a Capital Investment Grant, Cultivator Cornwall. 

In Conversation with Mater. Online Talk Series 

Online presentations followed by a Q&A with Heather Barnett, Christian Keeve, Robin James Sullivan

A web-based research platform exploring materials through the eyes of artists and researchers. Launched in May 2022.

Supported by Arts Council England 

Rame Projects, Artist in Residence, 

R&D for a 2 year multi site Arts & Heritage Programme across the Southwest exploring the Story of Gabbroic Clay.  Summer 2022

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ONGOING THIS YEAR

R&D for a new AR project linking museums collections to remote historic sites. 

This new AR experience will be the ancient digital space for a series of 'Dinners'.

supported by Deep Digital Cornwall, University of Exeter. 2022 and by Thomas Duggan Studios via a Skills Grant awarded by Cultivator Cornwall. 

Stiles Collective Crit Series, Cornwall,

- supported by Cultivator Cornwall. Spring/ Summer 2022

Selected participant of Cohort 1, a rolling critic series across Cornwall taking place in the landscape. 

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New series of Performances in the Clay Country. (Currently Untitled) 

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01

Gateway

Forging a stone circle. A large scale performative firing project to fire 9 'stones' in 9 kilns simultaneously.

2020 - estimably 2030

02

Henge

A Multi site material research project, firing event and dinner for 100 guests exploring the research of Henges and their Architectural material choices as a way of enriching a sense of inclusive communal ownership. 

2021 - estimably 2026

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Everyone Bring Something To The Table 

A multi-site facilitative project supported by Rame Projects and Flock South West exploring the history Gabbroic Clay, an ancient network of knowledge that persisted in the Southwest for nearly 4000 years. 

Reviving this network in the 21c

2021 -  estimably 2025