Work in the Interim Show

Video of my work in the show, including close up clips of each finished bronze piece, and a clip of the whole display. The two photos above show the set up for the exhibition, and one of the visitors interacting with my objects. The back row of objects are the real bones that each bronze […]

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Applying the Patina

A patina can refer to the natural colouration that happens over time to bronze, as the copper in the alloy reacts to oxygen, or it can refer to a man-made process where a chemical mixture is heated onto the surface of the bronze, to achieve different colours and effects. I am referring to the man-made […]

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Wax Casts

Photos of the wax casting process- melting the wax in a saucepan before leaving it to cool to pouring temperature (the wax needs to be cool enough that it coats the side of the pan), then pouring into the secured moulds, including the larger brick mould, before de-moulding and removing excess wax/working the details back […]

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BISCUIT Projected

Our short film inspired by Jess Thom, BISCUIT, was projected onto the new hall of residence next to Camberwell College of Arts for the official opening night of the new building! This means it was potentially seen by everyone in attendance, including Jess Thom, the Dean of Camberwell, and Grayson Perry! The photo was taken […]

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Midpoint Review Video

I couldn’t go into too much detail about the research on either project, but it is all below on my blog if you would like to see it- I preferred to focus on the practical work I have been doing, as a lot of work goes into it that you don’t necessarily see when you […]

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