Category Archives: Art

Wild Man Unicorn Farmer

Wild Man Unicorn Farmer Farmer McPhallus is a wild man unicorn farmer; my alter ego for a new series of works resulting from my unicorn studies. The costume is inspired by traditions of wild man costumes that are a part of folk traditions around the world, particularity in northern Europe. The costume is comprised of

Automaton: Drowning (Not Waving) Automaton: Drowning (Not Waving) Drowning (Not Waving) is my first attempt at making an automaton. I’ve been talking about making automata and kinetic sculptures with fellow members of the Pack of Wolves for a few months now. With a few days to spare over the summer Faye Scott-Farrington and I got together in the

Con-Textiles-Isation Exhibition, Edinburgh

Con-Textiles-Isation Exhibition, Kalopsia, Edinburgh The Pack of Wolves have been invited to show a recording of their Punch and Judy performance from “Once Upon Again…” at Kalopsia’s new exhibition “Con-Textiles-Isation” in their Edinburgh gallery space. The exhibition will explore the intersection between performance art and textiles. Performance and Textiles are two strands of artistic practice

Artist Video Interview: Erin M. Riley Artist Video Interview: Erin M. Riley I came across this great little video interview with Erin M. Riley the other day. I’m very familiar with Erin’s work and have had the pleasure of exhibiting alongside her in a couple of shows over the last year or so but I hadn’t seen this interview before.

Recording Punch and Judy the Movie

Recording Punch and Judy the Movie I’ve been assisting Layla Holzer with production of her latest film project, Punch and Judy. We previously collaborated to produce a traditional Punch and Judy glove puppet show as a part of the Pack of Wolves’ Once Upon Again exhibition. You can view a video of that performance here.

New Folk Visionaries Exhibition, London

New Folk Visionaries Exhibition, London The Bell, Walthamstow, London, E17 31 May – 15 June 2014 New Folk Visionaries is a new exhibition concept from the Pack of Wolves that will explore our collective interest in folk art traditions in the 21st century. It will be a presentation of neo-folk art from five artists emerging