Elspeth Walker is a freelance art and culture writer, whose work focuses on the impact art has on society and expanding questions formed in these works or practises.

With a strong focus on opening up the art world, she is committed to creating work that helps to increase accessibility in the sector.

Kelly Ewing Turns Female Forms to Digital Art

After turning her practice to Digital Media, artist Kelly Ewing explores the intersection of the feminine as an object [...]

2022-03-27T17:08:48+01:0023 April 2021|Augmented Reality, Digital Art, Interview, New Media Art, Sculpture|Comments Off on Kelly Ewing Turns Female Forms to Digital Art

Black Blossoms School of Art and Culture: Decolonising the Physical and Digital Art World

The Black Blossoms artists’ group was established in 2015 by Bolanle Tajudeen. The original aim still holds true today: [...]

2021-12-04T13:29:37+00:006 November 2020|Computer Art, Digital Art|Comments Off on Black Blossoms School of Art and Culture: Decolonising the Physical and Digital Art World

The New Media Sculpture and Performance of Colette Bernard

Looking at how technology is enhancing pre-existing artistic practises. Elspeth Walker  |  Ed Francesca Gransden  |  10 July 2020 [...]

2022-01-27T16:39:20+00:0016 July 2020|Digital Art, Feminism, Immersive Environment, New Media Art, Performance, Sculpture|Comments Off on The New Media Sculpture and Performance of Colette Bernard
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