Rachel Dobbs and Hannah Jones: on performance collaborations

Rachel Dobbs and Hannah Jones celebrated 10 years of successful collaboration as performance duo LOW PROFILE in 2013. In this article they try to pin down their winning formula. It all started by acci… Continue Reading Rachel Dobbs and Hannah Jones: on performance collaborations

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Paul Greenleaf: on editioned artist books

Artist Paul Greenleaf was awarded a £1,000 bursary as part of Artquest’s Selling Out programme in 2012, to produce a new edition of his book works. Here, Paul summarises his decisions on edition type,… Continue Reading Paul Greenleaf: on editioned artist books

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Sarah Warsop: BLA Jewellery Residency at the British Library

In 2012-13, Artquest worked with the British Library to create a research residency for a jeweller to base a new body of work on their collections. The residency (which included a bursary of £3,000 to… Continue Reading Sarah Warsop: BLA Jewellery Residency at the British Library

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Jason Singh: on sound art

Taking as a starting point his own career, Jason Singh provides useful advice on how to work as a sound artist, being commissioned by different organisations, working as an artist in residence and how… Continue Reading Jason Singh: on sound art

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Editioning

If you work in a medium that can be duplicated, such as photography, digital or print work, then learning how to edition and price your work properly could be a useful way to sell. An edition is a num… Continue Reading Editioning

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James Bulley: on sound art

In this article James Bulley charts a short history of the definition of sound art, highlights how constant changes in technology might test the durability of work and explains why collaboration is vi… Continue Reading James Bulley: on sound art

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Helen Johannessen: working with designers and manufacturers

Commissioning somebody else to manufacture and distribute your own designs can be a daunting prospect. Here, Designer Helen Johannessen talks about her journey from making it herself to trusting a pro… Continue Reading Helen Johannessen: working with designers and manufacturers

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Ruth Tomlinson: making it yourself

When producing one-off artistic work in an applied art context it’s not at all clear which intellectual property right applies. Jewellery designer Ruth Tomlinson talks about her working practice from… Continue Reading Ruth Tomlinson: making it yourself

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Angie Boothroyd: having a good trade show

Going to a fair with your new designs requires a lot of preparation and consideration – and some of it should address legal issues. Jewellery designer Angie Boothroyd talks about why she shows her des… Continue Reading Angie Boothroyd: having a good trade show

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