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Lisa Hudson | August 28th, 2008 at 7:04 am
Good to find you again, and I am intrigued, fascinated, and excited on reading about what youve been doing the last few years. Heather also wanted me to find you, more from her later. I have just finished my BA, Fine art….. better late than never, and am having more fun than ever!!!! I cant wait to catch up proprly. please email me if you get this, so I can write a proper letter.
Big love and happiness
Angela Hodgson Teall | June 3rd, 2009 at 11:15 am
It seems a long time since I heard you talk at Tate Modern on Empathy and Detachment, and even longer since I saw you and your pig at Home in Camberwell.
Since then I have merged my own bio-medical sciences (consultant microbiologist in Woolwich) with my art practice (PhD about drawing and empathy at Wimbledon, UAL, participating with staff and located in the hospital where I work in the laboratories as well as the gallery).
Your work sends a shiver of excitement down my spine (and makes me feel at home at the same time)
hiya kira | February 16th, 2010 at 9:04 am
just writing about my attempts to harvest stem cells..still in freezer. thought of you and thought i’d say hello.
hope everything is going well..great that honor is moving over.
all the best
morgana mccabe | February 19th, 2010 at 5:36 am
I saw you speak at Glasgow University a week ago. Your work is fascinating and challenging, and has elements in common with my own research interests. I am a phd student in archaeology exploring how artistic mediums may inform archaeological investigation, and form outputs for scientific data… I exist somewhere on the edge of art and science,and my interpretations of the past are informed by perfomance studies. In particular, I am interested in the mutability of skin and the boundary between animality and humanity. I explore the body as experienced through ideas of what it meant in the 1500s to be a sinner or a saint, pure or impure. I would love to chat with you about your work and mine if you are interested.
Caitlin Hudson | June 28th, 2010 at 12:48 pm
I’m a young actor who recently worked with forced entertainment and I’m also in the national youth theatre. I’m sure you hear this all the time, but you seriously are so inspiring and amazing; genuinely my favourite contemporary actor. Everything you stand for in the form of art, explores something different and exciting. I’m in awe of your work and would really, REALLY apreciate it if you could tell me of any performances or where I could learn or see more about your work, I could only wish to be half as good as you!
kira | August 10th, 2010 at 6:29 am
Dear Caitlin, thanks for your comments, that’s really kind of you to take the trouble. I’m glad my work has been encouraging. But of course everything I do is because of the inspiration of other artists, events, phenomena and the support I’m lucky enough to enjoy.
I’ll have to work on better publicity so I can keep you informed. It’s not a strong aspect of my abilities.
My very best,
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