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Right here, right now - Observations, speculations & hallucinations (2020)
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Bodman, S. Right here, right now - Observations, speculations & hallucinations. [publish on demand]. Winchester, UK

This publication represents the output from an open call made to artists and designers in middle of a Covid-19 pandemic, April to May 2020. The result is a kind of visual atlas, photos and drawings, multiple perspectives of the same moment. Contri... Read More about Right here, right now - Observations, speculations & hallucinations.

Wipe (2020)
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Bodman, S. Wipe. [rubber stamps]. UK

Wipe is a small assembling publication in which toilet paper is the medium. The use of a nonarchival, indeed anti-archival medium, is intentional, with the ephemerality and fragility of the medium in sharp contrast with the artistic concern for archi... Read More about Wipe.

Field Report - Journal of Field Study International (2020)
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Bodman, S. Field Report - Journal of Field Study International. [printed publication in an edition of 100 copies]. Australia

Field Report is edited and published by David Dellafiora for Field Study, Australia. It is a report of all field workers' activity over 2019 published the following year, June 2020. Artists contribute 100 pages of their 'report' which is a documenta... Read More about Field Report - Journal of Field Study International.

Susan Hiller (2020)
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Bodman, S., Oechsler, M., & Kivland, S. Susan Hiller. [printed publication]. UK/France

‘Susan Hiller’ artist's page contribution to Salon for a Speculative Future, edited by Monika Oechsler with Sharon Kivland, published by Ma Bibliothèque, ISBN 978-1-910055-72-4, June 2020

Lago Cremisi Permanente (2019)
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Bodman, S., & Cherniwchan, C. Lago Cremisi Permanente. Messina, Italy

A text and image response to the short story ‘Watching God’ in the collection Three Moments of an Explosion by China Miéville. This a new book, based on the collaborative artist’s book trilogy (Red Blue Shades, Perm Green Light & Cad Yellow Deep) Edi... Read More about Lago Cremisi Permanente.

Desire Lines (2019)
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Hoskins, S., Hingley, L., & Bual, S. Desire Lines. [paper, digital print]. UWE Bristol

Large scale kites printed on paper commissioned as part of the AHRC funded Design, material culture and popular creativity in suburban faith communities. This project explores the ways in which suburban faith communities create space focusing on arc... Read More about Desire Lines.

Always Arriving (2019)
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Fahy, N. (2019). Always Arriving. [Laser Cutting Relief Print]. The Masters: Relief Royal Society of Painters-Printmakers, Bankside Gallery,Thames Riverside 48 Hopton Street,London 13 – 24 November 2019

This piece was created in UWE using Laser cutting technology and relief printing on offset press. The work was created as part of a body of research that explores how the artist can communicate interruption in landscape through application of te... Read More about Always Arriving.

Gwalia Gazette (2019)
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Bodman, S., Parr, L., Butler, A., & Campbell, N. Gwalia Gazette. Bristol, UK

A collaboration with 47 national and international artists for World Book Night 2019. Coordinated by Linda Parr. In collections: Tate Britain, London, UK; UWE Bristol Special Collections, Bower Ashton Library, Bristol, UK; Biblioteca Universitária UF... Read More about Gwalia Gazette.

Doubt (2019)
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Fahy, N. (2019). Doubt. [Laser Cut Relief Print (Printed on Fabriano Rosapina)]. The Masters: Relief Royal Society of Painters-Printmakers, Bankside Gallery,Thames Riverside 48 Hopton Street,London 13 – 24 November 2019

This piece was created in UWE using Laser cutting technology and relief printing on offset press. The work was created as part of a body of research that explores how the artist can communicate interruption in landscape through application of techn... Read More about Doubt.

Nothing Here But You (Print) (2019)
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Fahy, N. (2020). Nothing Here But You (Print). [Lithography, Digital embroidery on waxed Japanese paper]. Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair No 1 Street, London, , United Kingdom 6-13 Nov 2019

This work was created using a hybrid of digital and traditional processes as part of a larger body of research work titled Immediately Intimate. This work looks at communicating changes in landscape through the use of traditional photo-mechanical... Read More about Nothing Here But You (Print).

Nothing Here But You (2019)
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Fahy, N. Nothing Here But You. [Lithography, Etching, Digital embroidery on hand waxed paper]. Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, No 1 Street, London, England 6- 13 Nov 2019

This work was created using a hybrid of digital and traditional processes as part of a larger body of research work titled Immediately Intimate. This work looks at communicating changes in landscape through the use of traditional photo-mechanical p... Read More about Nothing Here But You.

Light-Dark Contrast (2018)
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Webb, R. Light-Dark Contrast. [Oil]. Anhui, China

In October 2018 Richard Kenton Webb was invited to the Tao Huan Painting Residency in China. On the residency he made eight paintings on a Light Dark Contrast that were exhibited at Hefei Modern Art Gallery, a public gallery in Anhui Province, China.

Read To Me (artist's book) (2018)
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Bodman, S. Read To Me (artist's book)

‘Read to me’ is an experiment made by the artist in collaboration with a psychometric reader, to transmit the emotional content of selected narratives through a series of physical objects. Ten objects were selected to read chapters of novels, or shor... Read More about Read To Me (artist's book).

Perm Green Light (2018)
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Bodman, S., & Cherniwchan, C. Perm Green Light. [Artist's book]. Bristol, UK

A collaborative artist’s book trilogy (Red Blue Shades, Perm Green Light & Cad Yellow Deep) inspired by the short story ‘Watching God’ in the collection Three Moments of an Explosion by China Miéville. A text and image response to the elements of nat... Read More about Perm Green Light.

Cad Yellow Deep (2018)
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Bodman, S., & Cherniwchan, C. Cad Yellow Deep. [Artist's book]. Bristol, UK

A collaborative artist’s book trilogy (Red Blue Shades, Perm Green Light & Cad Yellow Deep) inspired by the short story ‘Watching God’ in the collection Three Moments of an Explosion by China Miéville. A text and image response to the elements of nat... Read More about Cad Yellow Deep.

Red Blue Shades II (2018)
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Bodman, S., & Cherniwchan, C. Red Blue Shades II. [Artist's book]. Bristol, Uk

A collaborative artist's book inspired by the short story ‘Watching God’ in the collection Three Moments of an Explosion by China Miéville. A text and image response to the elements of nature, movement, reading, writing, the passing of time and the s... Read More about Red Blue Shades II.

Red Blue Shades (2018)
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Bodman, S., & Cherniwchan, C. Red Blue Shades. [Artist's book]. Bristol, UK

A collaborative artist’s book trilogy (Red Blue Shades, Perm Green Light & Cad Yellow Deep) inspired by the short story ‘Watching God’ in the collection Three Moments of an Explosion by China Miéville. A text and image response to the elements of nat... Read More about Red Blue Shades.

Looking for Archie: A walking tour of Cary Grant's Bristol (2017)
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Crofts, C. (2017). Looking for Archie: A walking tour of Cary Grant's Bristol. [Walking Tour]. UWE Bristol

The Looking For Archie Walking Tour of Cary Grant's Bristol was first developed in 2017 as part of the Being Human Festival . Cary Grant was born as Archibald Leach in Bristol in 1904, but many Bristolians are unaware that he grew up here and continu... Read More about Looking for Archie: A walking tour of Cary Grant's Bristol.

Solar Shimmer (2017)
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Nicoletti, E., & Castronovo, A. (2017). Solar Shimmer. [Solar Artwork]. The Fire Station Artist in Residence, Doha

Inspired by motifs recurring in Bedouin textiles, Solar Shimmer is a kinetic screen that displays a vibrant, geometric pattern created with solar energy and discarded plastics. The physical ‘pixels’ forming the pattern consist of colourful solar-powe... Read More about Solar Shimmer.