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MA Fine Art. September-December, 2017

 3 week Residency at Make Studios, Liverpool, 2017 “Celebrate existence, the marks and traces people make on the world. Acknowledge life’s ability to destroy and treasure the memories. To become spring, means accepting the risk of winter. To become presence, … Continue reading

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Personal Statement. A Journey into the Strangely Familiar by Mikki Gleave.

   Silent Witness Wind chants across wasteland Salty moisture falls Spitting white Froth solidifies on Dreuf’s hill Melts to red Fades to grey Skies hangover quenches her thirst Colour returns Digging into his surface Dancing behind chaos. M.Gleave Mikki Gleave … Continue reading

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Reflection continued- Mikki Gleave March 7th, 2017

And so the reflection of practice continues. During the build up to an exciting exhibition,( to be held in St Georges Hall , 9th March – 10th March), I had a very useful critique. My work , entitled Walk with Me is projected … Continue reading

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Reflection by Mikki Gleave 26th Feb 2017

It is only after you have come to know the surface of things […] that you can venture to seek what is underneath. But the surface of things is inexhaustible. _ Italo Calvino My research is centred on investigating the … Continue reading

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Walk with Me – A journey into the Uncanny. Mikki Gleave ,2017.

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MA Fine Art – Tutorial at the Bluecoat and Presentation to BA Fine Art students.

Another productive tutorial with Imogen. We looked at my blog, (so much easier at times than showing work in a journal), and a useful vehicle for developing ideas, thoughts and practice. The blog is being used as one would use a sketchbook. At … Continue reading

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MA Fine Art – 31st January 2017 Walk with me ..

  Beginning to look at structures that are marked in some way from the passage of time. How can these supports be utilised within a space? How effective will weathered boards and fences be? Revealing distorted images, peering from the … Continue reading

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