Núria’s art studio journal
Blog posts about my work in progress, half-thought ideas and materials that are influencing my work.
22/04/22 – Looking back at GAP and Cartography exhibition preparation Hi all! My name is Núria, and I couldn’t be happier to be the first visual artist to be “Feetured” by Three Left Feet. I’ll use this blog space to share my experience co-running The GAP studio collective and give you a behind-the-scenes of my … Continue reading “Blog post for Three Left Feet”
26/03/2021 – Some thoughts after starting the first site-specific research walks for my Future Places Centre commission I’ve started the first on site work for my “Cartographic Interventions” and I have many thoughts that will benefit from typing them down! So far, I’ve had three chats with experts relevant to my project and I have … Continue reading “Cartographic interventions – 5 first walks”
18/02/2021 – New installation space, new installation ideas! I had a very exciting installation experimental day at the gallery space last week! I worked with the materials very intuitively and loads of ideas emerged and solidified. This is me trying to put into words what I discovered! I started to have a play around with MRI … Continue reading “Installation thoughts”
Exhibitions plans, new art practice habits and new reading! Last week I had my first group crit with the other two artists from the GAP studio collective, Kasia and Georgina. For the next couple of months, we will establish group crits as part of our weekly routine allocating an hour for each one of us … Continue reading “First GAP group crit – First term in review”
“Dark Ecology” (2017) by Timothy Morton and “The Spell of the Sensuous” (1996) by David Abraham During the past couple of months, I have been reading these two books together, one in the morning and one in the evening – now that I think about it, one has the word dark in its title. Although … Continue reading “Finished two good reads and started the Reading Wall”