EXTERNAL RESOURCES AND PROFFESIONAL SKILLS
A lot of my time inn London has been in lockdown and I especially think missing out on the informal conversations in the studio and workshop has been a great loss in terms of knowledge about opportunities. But despite difficulties I did a few things, and the following is divided into a list of things I have already done and a list of intentions.
Fen Ditton Gallery held a contemporary Print Making Prize ’21 and I submitted a print, but did not get selected.
Argentum Gallery and Workshop is a gallery-shop in Copenhagen where I am represented and I send nine of my prints from before Christmas and they have sold quite well.
I participated in Daniel Howard-Bird’s mail art project and he posted my work at the Kingsgate Project Space Instagram profile.
As a group the MA Fine Art 2021 Printmaking set up an Instagram account.
I signed up to be the student representatives for the cross pathway show at Copeland Gallery.
The V&A has a collection of both print and artist books that I will try and book in the beginning of UNIT 3 (links open i new window):
Tate also have a collection og artist books I would like to visit:
Artist Book Summaries
Inspired by Altea Grau’s artist talk I would like to visit the Artists' Books Collection at Chelsea.
Gemma Thompson, Marta Zanetti and myself are collaborating about a Thames project. My hopes are, that we at the end of the project we can find a gallery for a group show with three artists, three locations along the Thames and nine works.
Ian Monroe has provided us with a Beginners Guide about finding useful professional practice resources and links. Some of the things I would like to look at are residencies and non-for-profit galleries.