Researcher Blog by PhD Candidate Smizz: World As Medium: A Space For Space

S1 Artspace, Smizz (2018) [cropped]

About the author Sarah Smith, aka Smizz, is a doctoral student in the Art & Design Research Centre (ADRC) and holds degrees in both Fine Art and Radiotherapy from Sheffield Hallam University.  Smizz is pursuing interdisciplinary research into how creative art practices can help inform patients going through radiotherapy treatment. Smizz’s supervisors are Dr Becky Shaw and Dr Claire Craig. In 2016 Smizz was awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s PhD […]

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‘3 Figs, 4 Voices, Ceramic Prosthesis and a Staircase’ – Research workshop organised by Michelle Atherton at arebyte Gallery

Image courtesy of Michelle Atherton - 3 Figs, 4 Voices, Ceramic Prosthesis and a Staircase Research Workshop at arebyte

Michelle Atherton, Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, organised a research workshop on 12 December 2017 at arebyte Gallery, London. The event brought together contributions from artists and academics to explore the current prevalence of the term irrational in public discourse. The aim was to identify present and past irrational gestures and was staged on Richard Wentworth’s […]

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‘The Immense Ventriloquism’ – TC McCormack’s exhibition opens in Berlin – Friday 01 December

Image courtesy of TC McCormack

TC McCormack, Senior Lecturer of Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, will be opening an exhibition titled The Immense Ventriloquism this Friday in Berlin. Taking place at nationalmuseum, the exhibition considers how our man-made structures exist both in and out of time, and how the course of history continually reappraises objects, resources and even nature. The Immense Ventriloquism – TC […]

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Researcher Blog by Dr Becky Shaw: How Deep?

About the author Becky Shaw is C3RI Postgradate Research Tutor in Art and Design and Reader in Fine Art in Sheffield Institute of Arts (SIA) at Sheffield Hallam University. Becky’s research focuses on the relationship between people and the material world, and how ideas of objectivity and subjectivity dwell in objects. Current work chronicles the life of an object and its concealed […]

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Entretiens – Perspectives contemporaines sur les publications d’artistes – Featuring Dr Sharon Kivland

Cover image of Entretiens, featuring interview with Sharon Kivland

This book brings together twenty-three interviews with twenty-five artists who make publishing an artistic practice. In a context where artists’ publications arouse the interest of many actors in the field of art, it is a question of offering contemporary perspectives on this phenomenon, marked by a tension between the alternative positions and the research of institutional recognition. The words of […]

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‘Playing the ends against the middle’ – TC McCormack’s work exhibited as part of AlgoMech festival until 12 November

Banner image of Algomech festival logo

TC McCormack, Senior Lecturer of Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, will be exhibiting this week as part of AlgoMech Festival in Sheffield, an exhibition of algorithmic and mechanical movement. Playing the ends against the middle is a new site-specific work made in collaboration with Darren Chouings , and the exhibition is on display at The Access Space Labs in […]

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Researcher Blog by Michelle Atherton: Banff Artists in Residence in the Canadian Rockies

Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity

About the author Michelle Atherton is Senior Lecturer in Sheffield Institute of Arts (SIA) and a member of the Art & Design Research Centre (ADRC) within C3RI. Michelle’s research explores the resistance of space through the encounter with the image, often using cultural phenomena as a starting point to discuss structures and systems. Michelle’s work has been widely exhibited in a range of galleries […]

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‘This Rare Earth – Stories from Below’: Professor Lise Autogena exhibiting work at Artefact festival – February 2018

Still from Kuannersuit; Kvanefjeld by Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway and information on Artefact 2018 festival

Professor Lise Autogena’s film work Kuannersuit; Kvanefjeld will be shown at This Rare Earth – Stories from Below (as part of Artefact 2018) at STUK in Leuven, Belgium. The exhibition runs from 13 February to 01 March 2018. This Rare Earth – Stories from Below is an exhibition and a festival that gives voice to the stories told by geological […]

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Rose Butler’s short film ‘Fish’ screening in Vintage Mobile Cinema as part of Hull’s ‘This Way Up’ – 07/08 November 2017

Still from 'Fish' by Rose Butler and logos of Hull City of Culture and This Way Up

Fine Art Research Scholar Rose Butler’s short film Fish will be screened at the This Way Up, the UK film exhibitors’ conference taking place this year in Hull on 07 and 08 November with support from The British Council as partner of Hull City of Culture 2017. Across both days of the conference, a selection of short films will be […]

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