Andy Reeve ✌️

Andy Reeve ✌️

Artist / Writer/ CuratorNorwich, United Kingdom
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Andy Reeve ✌️

Andy Reeve ✌️

Artist / Writer/ CuratorNorwich, United Kingdom
About me
My background and experience in visual arts has developed to include writing and playing around with ideas for screenplays and movies. On Thursday 23 July 2020 I embarked on a serious folly to write one 500 word story every day for a year. This will produce 1 long story using 182,500 words in 365 parts. The reader will be able to rearrange parts as they go along - like a contemporary William S. Burroughs. You can support the project via my Patreon page (links are on the page via the website below). The first seven days are free to access online to give an idea of where the story has begun and where it might go. I don't know myself because they're written on the day. It looks like I'll be returning to work in a call centre soon - which obviously isn't the end of the world - but if that can be avoided so I can finish The Rings of Norwich (working title), and a play that could easily be performed with social distancing and whatnot, that would be marvellous. After all, this is already a lot of work.
  • Colinderella: The Making Of: Behind The Scenes
    Colinderella: The Making Of: Behind The ScenesThe documentary-style documentary about the making of a toilet-roll fantastic nonsense of sorts.
  • Colinderella: The Making Of: Behind The Scenes
    Colinderella: The Making Of: Behind The ScenesWhile documenting the making of Colinderella, some things happened that led to a documentary about the documentary-style documentary....
  • Colinderella
    ColinderellaCinderella reimagined in a handmade, kinda improv, pantomime.... They're toilet rolls. The editing software is free. My phone has Android 5.....5! We're up to 11 something. So, yeah, it is what it is.
  • Usillyoddyous
    UsillyoddyousOn 2nd February 1922 (02/02/2022), Sylvia Beach published the first edition of Ulysses by James Joyce. Set in Dublin the story follows Leopold Bloom on 16th June 1904, a date now celebrated in Dublin and across the world as Bloomsday.
  • Holiday in Rwanda
    Holiday in RwandaI was commissioned by friend and musician Chris Peters to produce a video to accompany his satirical summer banger 'Holiday in Rwanda'. Chris is an accomplished musician; solo as C M Peters; bass guitar in Clown Smash Everything; vocal and guitar as Robert Smith in Liqueur - a tribute to The Cure. Chris likes my DIY aesthetic, and this video is exactly that. The track is available to download from C M Peters bandcamp page with proceeds to the Norwich Soup Movement.
  • Flowers: a series of paintings
    Flowers: a series of paintingsHere are six paintings inspired by the first series of the dark comedy tv series Flowers, written and directed by Will Sharpe, who also stars as Shun. Flowers escaped my attention when it was first broadcast because, as I discovered when I first watched it when the second series had arrived, my life was very close to the bones of Maurice and, as I was to discover through a recent diagnosis of bipolar type II, Amy. For me, as no doubt it is for many other peeps, it's a beautiful, funny, honest,
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Work history
    United KingdomFreelance
    As a freelance creative I can work anywhere. The majority of my work is self-directed, and focused on audience participation and engagement.
     - 7-15 Fye Bridge St, Norwich NR3 1LJ, UKPart Time
    I developed and curated an exhibition of unfinished paintings by some of East Anglia's most renowned artists. The paintings were each in a different state of progression and the audience were invited to explore their views on when a painting is finished.
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  • Research
  • Drawing
  • Writing
  • Presentations
  • Critical Analysis
  • Development
  • Self Starter
  • Campaign Activation
  • Social Awareness
  • Creative Arts
    Master of ArtsThe University of Essex
     - Colchester, United Kingdom
    Research topics include: Art & Politics; Magic, Myth and Miracles: Renaissance Art Europe 1200-1700; Collecting Art from Latin America; Philosophy and Aesthetics. Transferable skills include extensive research and critical analysis of primary and secondary source material to produce written independent research on social issues arising from or seen through art history and theory. Excellent and valuable experience presenting artworks and objects for successful acquisition into the Essex Collection of Art from Latin America (ESCALA) to a panel of experts including Dr Adrian Locke, Royal Academy.