Author: <span>Ellie Page</span>

Author: Ellie Page

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*NEW* NeuroPictomancy Series Now on Sale!

A new range of prints from my NeuroPictomancy series are now on sale at our shop, on Etsy and over at Stationary N’ Stationery, along with a number of other gorgeous gifts & art from local artists!

This series is part of an ongoing visual essay exploring a practice I have been developing called ‘NeuroPictomancy’. You can read more about this “communication in progress” over at the Resting UpCollective Substack post, as well as on the Still ill site. This will eventually be created into a short book exploring the process & its results.

Not only this, but there are two new designs from this series available as a range of clothing and homeware options over at Society 6 & Red Bubble including something I am VERY proud of….

… THE JIGSAW OF PAIN!

Gift your loved one who doesn’t generally experience extreme pain a JIGSAW that represents yours! It will be phenomenally difficult to complete, and while it is an image filled with pain, I believe it is also quite beautiful and talkative.

Click here to visit the jigsaw section of my Red Bubble shop, and over at Society 6 you will find the milder – but possibly even more difficult – jigsaw titled “Mint Chocolate Deluxe”.

About the Jigsaws of Doom:

Exercise your mind with our precision cut puzzles featuring a thick, class-leading paperboard, with a satin finish for added durability. Available in 200, 500 and 1,000 piece sets to match whatever your skill level may be.

  • Available in 200, 500 and 1,000 piece sets
  • Precision cut puzzle shapes
  • Printed on a thick, class-leading paperboard with a satin finish for added durability
  • Single-sided print
  • Every order is made just for you
  • 200 Pieces: Suggested for ages 8 & Up
  • 500 & 1,000 Pieces: Sugested for ages 9 & Up Total
  • Puzzle Dimensions: 200 Pieces – 13.75″ x 17.125″ (34.925 cm x 43.498 cm) // 500 Pieces – 14.125″ x 17.625″ (35.878 cm x 44.768 cm) // 1,000 Pieces – 19.75″ x 24.75″ (50.165 cm x 62.865 cm)
  • Average Individual Piece Dimensions: 200 Pieces – 1.25″ x 2″ (3.175 cm x 5.08 cm) // 500 Pieces – .875″ x 1″ (2.223 cm x 2.54 cm) // 1,000 Pieces – 1″ x 1″ (2.54 cm x 2.54 cm)

“Mapping the Body” Talk hosted by The Remote Body & Resting Up Collective

Thursday 11th November 7pm GMT / 11am PST / 2pm EST Mapping the Fluctuating Body’s Coordinates with Ellie Page Writer and artist Ellie Page will discuss mapping the fluctuating states of our bodies, both for ourselves and for others through energy, pain, and movement. To reserve a space please email …

TRIAD³

It is with the greatest pleasure and excitement that I can now introduce you to the project, business and people who have got me through the last 6 months; Triad³. I was very grateful to be awarded funding from Arts Council England over the summer as part of their Develop Your Creative Practice programme. A …

World Narcolepsy Day 2021

I always end up missing these types of awareness-raising dates because I don’t find out about them until usually the exact day, then I feel a responsibility as someone with narcolepsy (or said other condition) to write something really profound, or to write something very informative. This is especially true …

UK Disability Arts Alliance 2021 Survey Report

#WeShallNotBeRemoved is marking the first anniversary of its campaign by revealing the findings of a new survey that highlights significant threats to the continued participation of creative deaf, disabled and neurodiverse people in the cultural sector.  The UK Disability Arts Alliance 2021 Survey Report is the first to focus specifically on the impact …

UK Disability Alliance, #WeShallNotBeRemoved

#WeShallNotBeRemoved is an intersectional UK Disability Arts Alliance formed as anemergency response to the pandemic. #WeShallNotBeRemoved is a forum to advocate, to campaign and support D/deaf, neurodivergent and disabled creative practitioners and organisations through and after Covid19. The aims of the alliance are: To ensure a sustainable future for disability and inclusive …

‘Not Another Fucking Cancer Diary’: Temporality and Commitment in the Literary Event of Cancer

An essay on temporality and commitment in the literary Event of a terminal cancer diagnosis. Using Badiou’s Event philosophy, this essay looks at the linguistic and formal options – or lack thereof – that writers face when attempting to work with or against the ‘Cancer Diary’ genre. Physical copies are …

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