Natasha Langridge, 25th -30th April 2021

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith September 8th, 2021

I live in London on an estate that is being ‘regenerated’ i.e demolished. It is very traumatic and difficult to write here. The sound of bulldozers and drills is not continue…

Susan Jordan, 2 -14 May 2021

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith September 8th, 2021

I wrote over 12,000 words towards the end of the first draft of a novel and roughed out the final three chapters. I didn’t manage to write quite as much continue…

Sarah King, 12th – 17th April 2021

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith September 8th, 2021

Sarah King’s work and research are focussed around notions of memory; exploring the uncanny, and the abject in relation to objects, materiality, memory, and trace. Recent soft sculptural works and continue…

Sarah Humby, 11th Oct – 24 Oct 2020

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith November 6th, 2020

In the six months running up to my residency I did very little work in my own studio. It felt a little reckless yet, at the same time, quite liberating continue…

Stephanie Richards, 27 September – 9 October 2020

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith November 6th, 2020

As my residency was a last minute decision, I think I achieved what I set out to achieve…I decided to try to capture the colours of the sea with each continue…

Alison Fairlove, 16 – 28 August 2020

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith October 2nd, 2020

I had time to think and plan the next term, working within the current restrictions and keeping everyone safe. I also had time to develop new idea’s for performance which I continue…

Emma Stibbon, 2nd – 14th August 2020

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith October 2nd, 2020

I am very grateful for this residency opportunity – after several months of ‘lockdown’ it was exhilarating to be surrounded by the sea at the dramatic location of Brisons Veor. continue…

Liz Miles, 8 – 22 February 2020

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith August 25th, 2020

I learned that living, without interruption, close to a raw, ever changing and varied landscape inspires new vocabulary and new ideas around people, landscape and their relationships. I learned that continue…

Jessica Whyte, 7 – 28 March 2020

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith April 14th, 2020

I had a wonderfully productive time during my two weeks in Brisons Veor. I not only wrote the first 7000 words of my novel, but did a lot of relevant continue…

Rebecca Howard, 29 February – 7 March 2020

Posted by: Pat Wilson Smith April 14th, 2020

“I found the experience hughly beneficial, I found the isolation and headspace key to that success , and the sense that it was ‘Bonus time’ with no specific target, and continue…