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  • Jewels of St Pauls. Podcast Episode

    Podcast | 05.25.22

    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 | 05.25.22

    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.

  • Episode 5 – Cliff Andrade – Bristoler Chronik

    Commissions | 05.25.22

    The Bricks Podcast follow Bristol’s contemporary artists, on journeys within the city walls and beyond, along the ley lines of the South West, up the A roads north, and through their unique observations on the world. In this episode, inspired by Proust’s idea that true recollection can only occur…

  • Episode 4 – Ben Hartley – Ruderal

    Commissions | 09.12.20

    Vase No.1 by Ben Hartley. Waste plastics, electrical wire, dried palm fronds, 2020 In Episode 4, artist Ben Hartley explores the parallels between Ruderal plant species with the processes of gentrification & urban renewal. Focusing on a specific area of wasteland adjacent to Ben’s…

  • Episode 2 – Olivia Jones – Lundy

    Commissions | 12.11.20

    Olivia Jones’s podcast is centred around a recent journey to Lundy Island in the Bristol Channel. Speaking with artists, geologists and those working to protect the island’s wildlife, the recording explores the island’s volcanic history and how those living on Lundy have engaged with the material of the island over…