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  • Folk Craft with Madame Ceski. Podcast Episode

    Podcast | 12.09.22

    Madame Ceski (Francesca Simmons) is an artist with a special interest in folk and craft traditions, and in this podcast she explores these questions through the lens of how we busied ourselves during lockdown. Through interviews with those who discovered a new found hobby or passion during the pandemic, and with a focus on Francesca’s current work exploring using touch to create sound within craft mediums, we look at the surprising things that happen when people ‘have a go’, & how taking part allows us to reconnect with ourselves & immediate environment.

  • St Anne’s Stories. Podcast Episode

    Podcast | 09.08.22

    Dr Myles-Jay Linton, figurative artist, psychologist and academic, has created a new neon artwork for the Moxy Bristol hotel lobby’s library area. This podcast explores his development of the commission through conversations with friends and colleagues about the artwork. It talks through the process of what began as a digital line drawing, which then became a physical neon artwork through partnership with signmakers Cabot Neon. The piece, and the conversations around it, reflect on practices of repetition, persistence and perseverance.

  • Our Plant Neighbours, Roseneath Gardens. Podcast Episode

    Podcast | 12.09.22

    Dr Myles-Jay Linton, figurative artist, psychologist and academic, has created a new neon artwork for the Moxy Bristol hotel lobby’s library area. This podcast explores his development of the commission through conversations with friends and colleagues about the artwork. It talks through the process of what began as a digital line drawing, which then became a physical neon artwork through partnership with signmakers Cabot Neon. The piece, and the conversations around it, reflect on practices of repetition, persistence and perseverance.

  • Jewels of St Paul’s. Podcast Episode

    Podcast | 12.09.22

    Dr Myles-Jay Linton, figurative artist, psychologist and academic, has created a new neon artwork for the Moxy Bristol hotel lobby’s library area. This podcast explores his development of the commission through conversations with friends and colleagues about the artwork. It talks through the process of what began as a digital line drawing, which then became a physical neon artwork through partnership with signmakers Cabot Neon. The piece, and the conversations around it, reflect on practices of repetition, persistence and perseverance.

  • Good and then bad and then good again. Podcast Episode

    Podcast | 12.09.22

    Dr Myles-Jay Linton, figurative artist, psychologist and academic, has created a new neon artwork for the Moxy Bristol hotel lobby’s library area. This podcast explores his development of the commission through conversations with friends and colleagues about the artwork. It talks through the process of what began as a digital line drawing, which then became a physical neon artwork through partnership with signmakers Cabot Neon. The piece, and the conversations around it, reflect on practices of repetition, persistence and perseverance.