Category Archives: My work

Photoworks lockdown challege

Photoworks are requesting submissions to them documenting every day life during the lockdown in the UK. I’m publishing here as a live ongoing edit before I submit to them. I’m currently in lockdown with my husband son and mother-in-law who

Photoworks lockdown challege

Photoworks are requesting submissions to them documenting every day life during the lockdown in the UK. I’m publishing here as a live ongoing edit before I submit to them. I’m currently in lockdown with my husband son and mother-in-law who

Privilege and Snow

Privileged London streets in snow. These photos were taken in West London, above Hyde Park. Money that built this city was pilfered from various other countries, as we know. But it looks so innocent and serene today.

Privilege and Snow

Privileged London streets in snow. These photos were taken in West London, above Hyde Park. Money that built this city was pilfered from various other countries, as we know. But it looks so innocent and serene today.

A weekend Artistic Skillshare – Bussey Building, Peckham

More than eighteen workshop contributors and some hundred and fifty attendees made Pangaea Sculptors Centre’s ‘How did you do that? An Artistic Skillshare’ (4th-6th October, 2013) Workshops and initiatives: Micro blogging with the hashtag #ARCPSC (Artist Run Culture) Photo-documenting 3D

A weekend Artistic Skillshare – Bussey Building, Peckham

More than eighteen workshop contributors and some hundred and fifty attendees made Pangaea Sculptors Centre’s ‘How did you do that? An Artistic Skillshare’ (4th-6th October, 2013) Workshops and initiatives: Micro blogging with the hashtag #ARCPSC (Artist Run Culture) Photo-documenting 3D

Video | Audio

‘Oral History Archive’ (DV Video) (Final Cut Duration: 6min30), HTAP, 2009   From January to May 2009, HTAP produced ten video interviews with residents from the London Borough of Hackney. Produced as an Oral History Archive. The interviews show individuals, couples,

Video | Audio

‘Oral History Archive’ (DV Video) (Final Cut Duration: 6min30), HTAP, 2009   From January to May 2009, HTAP produced ten video interviews with residents from the London Borough of Hackney. Produced as an Oral History Archive. The interviews show individuals, couples,

Curating

Hackney Transient Arts Project (HTAP) (Co-curator) a year long initiative  that investigated everyday experience in the London borough of Hackney as a catalyst for making new art works and creative processes. The project brought together twelve artists, two curators and other Hackney enthusiasts

Curating

Hackney Transient Arts Project (HTAP) (Co-curator) a year long initiative  that investigated everyday experience in the London borough of Hackney as a catalyst for making new art works and creative processes. The project brought together twelve artists, two curators and other Hackney enthusiasts

Alison_Barnes_Mapping

Pattern Making for Beginners

(Curator/Participating Artist) HTAP’s Hackney Wicked exhibition used dialogue and play to investigate community formation. Co curated by Marsha Bradfield, Alison Barnes, Miriam Kings, Lucy Tomlins, and David Woosnam. Featuring six different maps and set out like a fête, visitors moved from

Alison_Barnes_Mapping

Pattern Making for Beginners

(Curator/Participating Artist) HTAP’s Hackney Wicked exhibition used dialogue and play to investigate community formation. Co curated by Marsha Bradfield, Alison Barnes, Miriam Kings, Lucy Tomlins, and David Woosnam. Featuring six different maps and set out like a fête, visitors moved from

Mapping Tower Hamlets

Mapping Workshops July and November 2012 In July 2012 and November 2012 I facilitated two workshops in at Christs Church Spitalfields. Artist Lucy Tomlins kindly gave permission for me to re-create her concept from the HTAP (Hackney Transient Arts Project) mapping exhibition.

Mapping Tower Hamlets

Mapping Workshops July and November 2012 In July 2012 and November 2012 I facilitated two workshops in at Christs Church Spitalfields. Artist Lucy Tomlins kindly gave permission for me to re-create her concept from the HTAP (Hackney Transient Arts Project) mapping exhibition.