Wimbledon College of Art
My two years studying at Wimbledon college of Arts were an extremely busy period, my time was juggled between working in two pubs and two museum sites, alongside taking part in the Canary Wharf Artist Residency, yet all of these activities have played a role in the development of my practice, they have played a key part in my ability to time-manage and each in its own right has influenced my perception towards human activity.
The case studies are an examination of professional skill sets and problem solving abilities, and because of them I feel I have developed in my documenting practices, Proposal writing, I am now more eager to work on collaborative projects and have been constantly building up an art network. I have learnt that people work at different paces, not everyone is willing to help and not everything is always successful but if you can learn from it and take something away from it then there's still a little success in that.
I have also worked across a broad range of locations within London and feel I have learnt a lot since the start of the course.
For every aspect of my development I have documented all the work for all the artists involved. This too has been an important aspect of my development. I feel that it is an important skill to have as good documentation is crucial for an artist.
Canary Wharf Artist Residency
The Crypt Exhibition
War and Peace
Exhibitions are the ideal outcome for any artist, however they too require a variety of professional skill sets and problem solving abilities, which can include documenting work, Proposal writing, curation, collaboration alongside building up an art network. I have learnt a lot from taking part in exhibiting, but am yet to have a solo show, watch this space.