Aphoristic Reflections by Gillian Wylde

Posted by: on Jan 23, 2013

An essay reflecting on Sinéad O'Donnell's performance work as part of her 2010/2011 Artsadmin Bursary.


The Skin of My Teeth: written reflection

Posted by: Artsadmin on Jan 9, 2013

In 2012 Gill Robertson, an established director of a successful theatre company in Scotland wanted to reflect and respond to where she was in her life and practice and how she was going to move forward. Gill took part in the Summer Project, read her response to taking part in The Skin Of My Teeth.


Photo by Jean-Claude Cote

CAUTION publication extract

Posted by: Artsadmin on Sep 12, 2012

An extract from the CAUTION publication - written by lead artist and curator Sinéad O’Donnell, where the artist introduces the beginnings of the project. This book and DVD gives an insight into the creative journey experienced during CAUTION with the participating artists... more

The Quiddity Grid by Frances Scott

Posted by: Artsadmin on Nov 23, 2011

The Quiddity Grid text by Frances Scott, in conversation with Tim Spooner.


The Right to Queer

Posted by: Hana Tait on Aug 1, 2011

Hana Tait reflects on the processes of putting on a Queer film night... more

Two Versions - The Same Story

Posted by: Frances Scott on Jan 27, 2011

Frances Scott was invited to reflect on Pennicott & Fleming’s Working Hard, Doing Nothing (2008) created in the Court Room at Toynbee Studios with the support of an Artsadmin Artists’ Bursary.

Two Versions - The Same Story is the resulting written piece, originally intended to be a printed object and available here by courtesy of Frances Scott.


Text on the Gatehouse

Posted by: Artsadmin on Jan 11, 2011

Based on an email exchange between Manick Govinda and Lorrice Douglas exploring the installation, The Gatehouse. "The room appealed to me immediately. It was a kind of 'spare room', a room at the end of other rooms..."

On Invisible Dances

Posted by: Martha Fleming on Dec 9, 2010

This work changes dance forever in my mind. Its apparently private vocabulary is so startlingly familiar that suddenly I see and recognise in others a manifest of events which I have heretofore only felt unconsciously in the very molecules of my being. more

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