Biography of jasmine maddock
Imaginative original award winning journalist/artist/poet/model – L: Scene, Frakture, Neon Highway Omma Gallery Greece, Deptford X London, The Kif, Big Arts Week children’s’ workshop, SAA-Society for all Artists 1st Prize Aldershot, Ritz Miami, Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool Academy of Arts, Sefton Council teachers workshop, Channel 5’s Milkshake series and more! One of www.write-away.co.uk’s 2003 Poets. Trained in Community Radio news production at Keylink College Liverpool.
She is also a Jasminist, whose artwork very unlike anyone else’s. LATEST EXHIBITIONS: Curated organised and exhibited at The Independents Biennial ' Stuckism on Surrealism: About Beau-tea! ' Leaf Tea Rooms Liverpool Oct 23 to 29 2010 www.independentsbiennial.org/2010events/1068-about-beau-tea and Stuckist 'Antidote...' Oct 2010 also at the Independents Biennial. Current exhibition: Stuck on the Wall 11 Jan-11 Feb Willesden Green Centre London.
Participated in the Stuckist Turner Prize Demo 2010 Dec at the Tate London see www.stuckism.com and quoted www.3ammagazine.com whole article and www.bloomberg.com/news.
She exhibits unusual visionary beautiful artwork, including Go Pink cuc Liverpool, where her work `Lady` sold for Linda mcCartney charity, and The Egg cafe Liverpool. Described as 'Genius, the most gifted original artist he has ever seen' by Charles Moffat, Lilith Gallery, Canada, ` breathtaking` C21C/Dot-Art commission to produce surreal interpretations of Liverpool buildings including sun alliance as a sandcastle! Other commissions include ‘ From Apple to Zebra ‘ with quirky original 26 illustrations including a zebra who is crossing a zebra crossing :) for Councillor William Waterworth who thought it ‘ spectacular and highly imaginative very pleased with it. ‘ ' New to DACS ' exhibition, selection only, ' Lady' Kowalsky Gallery London April 2009. Full member of DACS- Design and Copyright Society. 'Manwoman' winning 1st prize Society for All Artists 2000 national exhibition Aldershot in the experimental professional category.
Participated in 7 major Stuckist exhibitions including ‘ Stuckism Xmas Sale ‘ Matisson Burgin Gallery London, cards and prints only, http: //www.omhstuckists.com/scc.html ‘ Stuck on Painting ‘ West Eleven Gallery, London 2009 and ‘ An antidote to the ghastly turner prize ‘ Liverpool Biennial Michael Odysseus leader of Greek Stuckists organiser of exhibition said my work is 'beautiful'.
Invited to appear on BBC Liverpool Biennial 08 video through being a Stuckist, www.BBC.co.uk/liverpool08 about the Biennial.
BBC1’s Test the Nation quiz June 2005 in artist group, BBC1’s Good Neighbours documentary,1993, Granada TV/Salford University Hitting Home documentary 1995, Vox pop on Greater Manchester Radio (GMR) on childhood hobbies, August 2005.
Avant garde poetry publishers invited me to read at Plymouth Arts Centre a selection April 2004
of surreal and freeform poetry. Arts Council supported.
Neon Highway November 2003
Performed at poetry reading and published October 2003. Liverpool.
Involved rehearsal, selecting and refining work, performance, networking.
Twisted Shadows anthology August 2002
‘Sheep’ poem chosen plus a collection out of many entries for Spotlight Poets,
Manchester Emergency festival and Frakture at ‘The Bluecoats’, Liverpool May and July 2002
Poetry performance, devising routine, liaising with organisers, rehearsals,
travel, time management and acting.
Merseyside Arts Magazine, Liverpool 2000-1
Ideas for articles, interviewing artists, getting in to private views, photography, writing
witty, thought provoking and funny articles, typing work, getting work in on time.
‘L: Scene’ magazine, Liverpool 1995-6
Theatre Sub Editor and Music trends journalist- promoted to Sub Editor in two months.
Organising interviews, interviewing celebrities and business movers and shakers,
contributing to Editorials including a way to increase readership which worked, writing
punchy, well researched and striking features, desk top publishing, designating of assignments.
BA Hons degree,2: 1 Literature, Life and Thought and Women’s Studies 1993-1996
Liverpool John Moores University
Included Contemporary Journalism and Women in Media.
4 A Levels,11 GCSE’s 1993
The Oldershaw School Liscard Wallasey 1991
Included Art, Media Studies, Maths, English, Business Studies.
Community Radio course 1995
Keylink College Liverpool.
Practical course in news bulletins, using carts, creating our own one hour programme using skills
learnt. My programme consisted of history spoofs, news, adverts, local issues, current music
and arts news.
jasmine maddock's Works:
Twisted Shadows Forward press
Voce Piena USA
Chapbooks Marymark Press USA
Terrible Work experimental poetry magazine Plymouth
Neon Highway magazine
plus-www.write-away.co.uk poets of the year 2003, www.abctales.com under 'jass' and 'jas' and performance art/poetry at Frakture Bluecoats Liverpool Emergency 02 Manchester Plymouth Arts Centre as guest poet.
Literary Spot Col B Lue and broadcast on her internet radio spot two poems and talked of my poetry.
jasmine maddock Poems
Fake Tan Man
Mahogany, teak stain, gravy or oak This man's face is a bloody joke The colour of tea left too long in a pot His mug is 1980's California not
1 Tale About Plastic Surgery Freakery
I said you should have plastic surgery to make you look sweet but I wasn't planning on drastic butchery and now your face is a squashed old seat
Smoking B******** Who Poison My Tubes
I always end up in an environment full of smoke Having to sit next to a hyped up chain smoke bloke Who won't put it out despite my nasty coughing bout And my old man wheeze and green face splutter pleas
Quite Silly But Accurate Pop Star Rhymes
Billy Joel In a Begging Bowl All full of holes I'm not bowled
Jack Is A Rusted Old Man
There's a rusted old man worn down with age calloused and harassed a rough old sage piercing eyes scorched wrinkled by the sun hands in his pocket as if to say sod it
There's a fly on your back it moves like its on a track dancing to Shakatak jumps and gives you a heart attack
the misty moon the secret star that shyfully hides behind his pa la lovely lune c’est magnifique tres fantastique my glowy Moon a floodlit sky only noticed by lovers as they think its romantic
A walking cane for the pixie men Or those tentative at sword fencing lesson First stage before moving on to a needle Which can be fashioned if you make a hole
Moth moth moth moth moth; time of the month for moth moth moth moth Behemoth, moth, fill your path, path, path, path, path, path with moth, moth Zoom, zoom, zoom, zoooooom, zooooooooom, zoooooooooom, across, cross I get cross at the profusion of bow tie looking moth, moths, moths, mo
I've got a tin of fruit in my thyroid baby A neurotic robotic I've got a tin schizo in my thyroid honey A despotic robotic
Praxis V Axis Pirouette
he ballet slipper with intellectual ribbon ties Glittered with dullness and an infinite like Of pink cup cakes and telephonists phoney Helpfulnessnessness. Less is less after all
Why Do Sheep Become Jumpers For People's...
Tell me why do sheep become jumpers for people's torsos? Always in my sleep I mull over such posing problems And sometimes in my wake. At my wake when I am dead I will still be thinking of such things in my ghost-head.
Unloved Lost Plane
Hardy battler, hardly bitter, despite being treated as machine Metal mover, heard motion, momentum growing shudder Rudder rover, over the blue, tantrum non throwing green pasture passing landscape fleeing all seeing metallic gleam
Vendettas bear a grudge and refuse to budge No better than a go-getter turned to a seat sitter They scream and dream of ways to fight the injust Before they turn to dust. All twisted and bitter
There's a fly on your back
it moves like its on a track
dancing to Shakatak
jumps and gives you a heart attack
There's a fly on your back
See through wing and the colour of black
When it lands on your snack
You will have to take it back
There's a fly on your back