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Posted October 28, 2018 by New Blood Art

Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning: Best Advice

In his Reith lectures, Grayson Perry called artists “Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning”. At New Blood Art, we wanted to gain insight into our artists personal roads to meaning, so we asked them some questions. Here are some of their answers: What was the best piece of advice you were given?
 EMMA CALLAGHAN I […]





Posted May 31, 2016 by New Blood Art

Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning: Rob Lyon

In his Reith lectures Grayson Perry called artists “Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning”. At New Blood Art we wanted to gain insight into our artists personal roads to meaning so we asked them 3 questions: Rob Lyon The moment when you are at a party (for example) and someone asks: ‘What do you do?’ […]





Posted February 19, 2016 by New Blood Art

Art that lingers..

Inspired by a comment John Clark made recently about having an ambition “to make work that has the same lingering impact that some songs do or a good book..” we recently got into an interesting conversation at New Blood Art with our artists on this topic – about what makes art resonate in this way.. John went on to […]





Posted November 17, 2015 by New Blood Art

Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning: Rituals and Routines

In his Reith lectures, Grayson Perry called artists “Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning”. At New Blood Art, we wanted to gain insight into our artists personal roads to meaning, so we asked them some questions. Here are some of their answers: Do you have any rituals or routines to help the creative process?
 ALICE […]





Posted October 28, 2015 by Sophia

Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning: Brigitte Yoshiko Pruchnow

In his Reith lectures Grayson Perry called artists “Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning”. At New Blood Art we wanted to gain insight into our artists personal roads to meaning so we asked them 3 questions: – Brigitte Yoshiko Pruchnow   The moment when you are at a party (for example) and someone asks: ‘What […]





Posted by Sophia

Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning: Agata Czeremuszkin-Chrut

In his Reith lectures Grayson Perry called artists “Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning”. At New Blood Art we wanted to gain insight into our artists personal roads to meaning so we asked them 3 questions: – Agata Czeremuszkin-Chrut The moment when you are at a party (for example) and someone asks: ‘What do you […]





Posted by Sophia

Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning: Scott Robertson

In his Reith lectures Grayson Perry called artists “Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning”. At New Blood Art we wanted to gain insight into our artists personal roads to meaning so we asked them 3 questions: – Scott Robertson The moment when you are at a party (for example) and someone asks: ‘What do you […]





Posted October 20, 2015 by New Blood Art

Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning: Michaela Hollyfield

In his Reith lectures Grayson Perry called artists “Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning”. At New Blood Art we wanted to gain insight into our artists personal roads to meaning so we asked them 3 questions: – Michaela Hollyfield The moment when you are at a party (for example) and someone asks: ‘What do you do?’ […]





Posted October 13, 2015 by New Blood Art

Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning: Fabiano Gagliano

In his Reith lectures Grayson Perry called artists “Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning”. At New Blood Art we wanted to gain insight into our artists personal roads to meaning so we asked them 3 questions. Fabiano Gagliano The moment when you are at a party (for example) and someone asks: ‘What do you do?’ […]





Posted October 7, 2015 by New Blood Art

Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning: Stephen Todd

In his Reith lectures Grayson Perry called artists “Pilgrims on the Road to Meaning”. At New Blood Art we wanted to gain insight into our artists personal roads to meaning so we asked them 3 questions. – Stephen Todd The moment when you are at a party (for example) and someone asks: ‘What do you do?’ […]