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APPLIED PURE at the MI | Music & Light Symbiosis no. 3 Documentary film by Ewan Golder Back in 2019; … More
16mm film made on a Bolex cine camera of an extinguished candle’s last flurry of smoke…
A little film to honour the low sunlight on the winter solstice 2020 featuring a snippet of ‘Gloria in Excelsis’ (glory to the highest) written by John Sheppard in the C16th, sung by The Sixteen.
B L A C K L I G H T | W H I T E L I G H … More
Painting blossom during lock down.
An immersive music, water and light art event, set in the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford. Featuring the concert harpsichordist Medea Bindewald.
In a group exhibition in London, curated by Nico Kos Earle, to promote the Blue Marine Foundation.
An exhibition of my photogramic artwork in the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford. 18th November – 6th December … More
Using water, light from a slide projector and a live-feed camera and projector to capture the patterns made in a … More
Oil paintings made from light in the real world, January to March 2019
Artwork made to express the purity of the River Dour and to celebrate the beauty of the swans that glide down it.
A short documentary film about the twilight music & light art event River Song
Curated by Katharine Beaugié
Art in the Park | Kearsney interpreted
“River Song” was created to remember the swans who died in May 2018 and my dear Grandmother, Elise Florence Radcliffe.
I have been invited by Dover Arts Development (DAD) to be an artist-in-residence in the project Art in the Park … More
Nico Kos Earle has curated a beautiful exhibition SURFACE at JGM Gallery, London, including eight excellent early to mid career artists.
Nico Kos Earle is an Independent Curator, Creative Director and a Freelance Writer. She is curating the forthcoming exhibition SURFACE … More
The eureka moment: when all the things I love come together and I can make work manifesting them. water + … More
17 years later, I finally make the piece “hanami” from a piece of pink neon made in 2001 in Glasgow