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With an exciting and ever-changing programme of artists and designers of all different disciplines, there’s never a dull moment in our residency studios. This board shows photos of residents' work - finished and in progress - and will give you an insight into what it’s like to be in residence at the world’s greatest museum of art and design.

Digital Design Residents:The T/Shirt Issue - April - October 2014 © The T/Shirt Issue

Mid-Residency Q&A with The T/Shirt Issue

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Digital Design Residents:The T/Shirt Issue - April - October 2014 © The T/Shirt Issue

Mid-Residency Q&A with The T/Shirt Issue

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Digital Design Residents:The T/Shirt Issue - April - October 2014 © The T/Shirt Issue

Mid-Residency Q&A with The T/Shirt Issue

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Digital Design Residents:The T/Shirt Issue - April - October 2014 © The T/Shirt Issue

Mid-Residency Q&A with The T/Shirt Issue

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Digital Design Residents:The T/Shirt Issue - April - October 2014 © The T/shirt Issue

Mid-Residency Q&A with The T/Shirt Issue

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Digital Design Residents:The T/Shirt Issue - April - October 2014, in the studio. © The T/shirt Issue

Mid-Residency Q&A with The T/Shirt Issue

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Community Resident: Constantine Gras - July - December 2014, the towering cranes and somewhere up there is the lady crane driver. © Constantine Gras

My first week as Community Artist in Residence

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Community Resident: Constantine Gras - July - December 2014, plotting my next cycling trip to a listed building in RBKC. © Constantine Gras

My first week as Community Artist in Residence

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Community Resident: Constantine Gras - July - December 2014, view overlooking the building site. © Constantine Gras

My first week as Community Artist in Residence

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Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October 2014, Nao has been inspired by: Unknown artist, 'Figure', Chinese, grey earthenware with slip and pigment (C.809-1936). © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Mid-Residency Q&A with Nao Matsunaga

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Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October 2014, a fired clay piece with white porcelain detail. © Nao Matsunaga.

Mid-Residency Q&A with Nao Matsunaga

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Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October 2014, Nao has been inspired by: Unknown artist, 'Lamp' Chinese, Unglazed grey earthenware with unfired white slip and painting (C.132-1926). © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Mid-Residency Q&A with Nao Matsunaga

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Ceramics Resident: Nao Matsunaga, April – October 2014, Nao in his studio. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Mid-Residency Q&A with Nao Matsunaga

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Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, "When heavy objects are moved by the cranes a guide rope hangs from them for someone on the ground to hold in order to guide them to their destination, but they always look like they are walking along with huge helium balloons or flying kites." © Liam O'Connor.

Drawing Demolition

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Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, "Despite their size and force they rely on the work of many pairs of hands to carry out their work" © Liam O'Connor.

Drawing Demolition

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Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, "These machines are difficult to get near to so I have been making drawings of the figures of the site guys operating and guiding them." © Liam O'Connor.

Drawing Demolition

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Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, "In recent weeks the site has been cleared for the arrival of the colossal piling rigs, that pour great columns of concrete into the ground side by side to create a perimeter wall around the site in preparation for excavation." © Liam O'Connor.

Drawing Demolition

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Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, "I really like this image, combining both my love of rubble piles and JCB buckets, the bucket sitting proudly onto of what it has created." © Liam O'Connor.

Drawing Demolition

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Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, "I have always liked the JCB buckets they are like huge mechanic hands." © Liam O'Connor.

Drawing Demolition

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Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, "I have also delegated the task of removing the rubble by giving pieces away at my gallery sessions. This was an edition of 25 pieces collected from the site on April 24." © Liam O'Connor.

Drawing Demolition

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Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015 © Liam O'Connor.

Drawing Demolition

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Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015 © Liam O'Connor.

Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015 © Liam O'Connor.

Drawing Demolition

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Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, "Most of this material has ended up in my studio being used to make drawings like these." © Liam O’Connor

Drawing Demolition

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Exhibition Road Drawing Resident: Liam O’Connor, April 2014 – April 2015, "I have spent a lot of time scavenging through the great piles of rubble, filling my bag and contributing to the massive effort to move all this rubble from the site" © Liam O'Connor.

Drawing Demolition

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