I’m delighted to announce the Collaborators on the Mirrored to the core project. Both London based, Jerome van den Berghe is a musical Director and composer in London’s west end and for international touring shows and Rosalind Parker is an Opera Director.
Please take a look at the a-n The Artists Information Company blog.https://www.a-n.co.uk/blogs/rd-and-mentoring-to-develop-a-new-artwork/
I’m currently working on my/our project Mirrored to the core.
‘Lost Person’ my video installation artwork is featured in a new publication ‘RegenerART Resilience and Hope’ curated by multimedia artist @julauletta
The book includes a collection of artworks and artists stories of resilience and hope that infuse readers with optimism during these difficult times.
‘Lost Person’ is a story about isolation and loneliness told from the perspective of a person living with schizophrenia.
The first edition of ‘RegenerART’ can be downloaded here
A printed version will be available soon. Watch this space.
I’m pleased to be in this edition of Art Hole Magazine.
Fantastic news, I am happy that along with 158 other Artists I have recieved an A.N. Artists Information Company Bursary.
Please see the Link below:
Solo magazine is distributed 150 London Galleries plus. I’m honored to be in issue 1. It comes in a hard copy and now digital copy. Such a wonderful initiative for artists from London and elsewhere. Here’s a link below to the digital version.
Thanks to Whitechapel Gallery and Timeout. First Thursdays, for making PYLON one of their top 5 exhibitions
Great exposure for PYLON on Hackney Citizen website. The Hackney Citizen has a readership of over 30,000 people! The article is currently on the main webpage.
Loss and Lucidity (The Lost and found) is now heading to Fabrica Braco de Prata in Lisbon and has the long run of 8th AUGUST to 18th SEPTEMBER, 2019, Pleased to be exhibiting my video artwork Lost Person in this Diana Ali curated show
I’m pleased to be exhibiting my video artwork ‘Lost Person’ in curator Diana Ali’s touring exhibition ‘Loss and Lucidity’
Source: PYLON by James Paddock
I’m so pleased to see The PYLON blog is an axisweb highlight of the week.
There’s a great article in the art reveal magazine on PYLON.
Please also find on the PYLON page of this website.
Loss and Lucidity an exhibition in California, in which Lost Person was part of, is now officialy a touring exhibiton. There will be two exhibitions in Lisbon in 2019. Lost Person, my video installation will be in both. Loss and Lucidity curated by Diana Ali will be at the following Galleries:
I shall be blogging throughout 2019 for the Art Reveal magazine about Pylon, an Arts Council England funded project. Details are in the Blog:
I was shortlisted for Passion for freedom, 2018, Here’s the film documentation of the awards.
I am pleased to announce that I have been shortlisted for the 10th PASSION FOR FREEDOM Competition, 2018. My artwork QUESTION has been selected.
I’ve (Lost person) been selected for this exhibition in London, which will have a theme around Mental health. Well done to everyone involved in the making of Lost Person! The exhibition is at The ESPACIO gallery. https://www.espaciogallery.com/
Lost person has been chosen as Highlight of the week on axisweb!
LOST PERSON is to be shown as a wall installation at an exhibition called ‘Loss and Lucidity’ (The lost and found) in California, USA, August 4-18th, 2018. More details will follow.
I am pleased to say that I am in the latest edition of Art Reveal magazine. I was selected via an open call.
Kye Wilson and myself (James Paddock) have been installing my video installation ‘Blinds’ today as The Chelsea College of Art, London. Really impressive exhibition and a truly good vibe around the place today.
Actors Emily Tucker and Matt Addis recording today for the ‘Lost person’ moving image artwork.
I am pleased that I am in the January 2018 edition of ‘WOTISART’ You can buy a copy from: http://wotisart.co.uk/index.html
My latest installation is built and we’ll be filming shortly. The title is ‘Lost person’
My artwork ‘Question’ 2017 is in the December issue of the ‘Average art’ magazine. You can buy a copy from: averageart.co.uk
The video installation ‘BLINDS’ is to be exhibited at the Chelsea School of Art, London as part of the FLUX exhibition in April 2018.
I’m really pleased that my artwork ‘Question’ was chosen for highlights of the week! https://www.axisweb.org/highlights/2017/new-art-highlights-6-12-november-2017/
Made me laugh in this write up when the journalist thought my quotes in the
Installation ‘Nets’ were by famous people in history – they were my Quotes! Ha.
I remember when I first heard the Voice over artist Nigel Bradshaw saying
the lines, I thought, did those lines really come from me?