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Decalcomania publication available online

We would  like to share the Decalcomania publication, if you would like a digital copy please click here: Decalcomania Publication

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A few images of the exhibition

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Worry du jour

Its Sunday night and now its less than a week to go. The week ahead looks intense. The Install. Excitement propells us forward and everyday we learn something new. But also every day there is something diffrent to worry about. … Continue reading

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Bearlean or I want to fly a kite too

Adam is in Berlin. I wonder what he gets up to there?

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Felines for Decalcomania

Felines for Decalcomania. “I do feel happy today. No reason in particular”. A pose from Clementine in London and a kiss from Michou the Fluffer in Porto.

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Site visit 3 and last *Tiago Pereira

Tiago is supposed to come on Tuesday but he can’t make it. As we wonder why, we spend time with Ana and organise local musicians to film. Phone calls and emails shower the day. Tiago arrives late because he had … Continue reading

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Site visit 2* Ana Carvalho

Ana Carvalho makes a journey to her old favourite Falmouth, although she stays in Penryn – in a sunny place kindly offered by Mette. Most importantly she meets Laura. We learn about Ana’s life as an academic, her travels as … Continue reading

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Site visit 1 * Sarah Tripp

In the summer, in June, Sarah Tripp comes to visit. Its her first visit to Cornwall. She is thinking about being by the sea, ‘The French Lieutenant’s Woman’ and small communities. Sarah and Maria spend some time exploring and experiencing … Continue reading

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Succès d’estime

The wonderful people at the Arts Council approve of Decalcomania and have offered us the funding. Thank you Arts Council and Thank you all for your help. The game is afoot.

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Only Connect

Dame Barbara Hepworth by Dame Barbara Hepworth 1950 NPG 5919 When in London the National Portrait Gallery is often the place to find a thought-provoking programme that shows creativity and inventiveness in a highly decorated traditional setting. The latest exhibition … Continue reading

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