All Projects

Prospect /// Cotley Tithe Barn – 2017

Drawings made by fire and torch light with bats flying overhead. Tiles and oak box made with manual labour in mind. “I’m prospecting but what is it I’m searching for? Success? Wealth? Meaning? Glistening sheep droppings catch my eye. Is this what I have been looking for? I pick up a handful and put them […]

Weather Station – 2015/16

Weather Station (Part I & II) was initiated by Simon Lee Dicker and produced by OSR Projects during 2015 and 2016. An artist-led response to flooding and extreme weather […]

Red Sky in the Morning – 2015

Exploring ideas of separation and human vulnerability in the shadow of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami this installation was first exhibited in 2015 […]

Ropewalker – 2015

Responding to the architecture and social history of Dawe’s Twineworks, West Coker, Simon walked twelve miles up and down the 100-yard long ropewalk […]

Unearthed – 2015

Unearthed (A seed that came back with me from a walk whilst thinking about Dawes’ Twineworks) is one of a series of 7 drawings […]

Prelude (IIIV) – 2014/15

Series of 21 drawings of moss and lichen covered sticks made when I was unsure as to what I should be working on. […]

After the sky fell in (#3) 2013

“… Series of 3 drawings of a broken gazebo that became a sculpture, filled my studio with ants, and my head with that sinking feeling that nothing is original.” […]

Pretty Vacant – 2012

Simon Lee Dicker and students from Yeovil College Music Department (+ Special Guests) take over 8 vacant shops in Yeovil Town centre […]

MM – 2012

Created from the most appropriate object in the studio for casting a shadow onto the artist’s eyes. […]

Pablo, Sarah, Peter & David – 2012

Sculptural Installation inspired by the former life of the OSR Project Space that had been a place of learning, meeting and gathering for over 160 years. […]

The way to work – 2011

More than just a vehicle, Smudger’s Bike is a collection of found and donated objects that have been brought together over years to create a moving museum of the stuff […]

New Red Assembly (After Brian Rice) – 2011

Series of seven digital prints placed on a ‘no entry’ sign over a 4 week period. Representations of the sun appropriated from the internet allowing us to view one of […]

Escape from the Blackdown Hills

After finding the centre of Blackdown Hills ANOB (area of outstanding natural beauty), I completed eight ‘escapes’ on foot, […]

Landlines – 2004

Landlines used the invisible geographical lines of the British National Grid, superimposed on to the surface of Gunpowder Park, […]