• Drawings
  • Drawing: what for?

    I’m thinking about drawing and the drawing process that i use of observing something, as I walk my daily walk, what comes to me is that drawing is a way to get to what is hidden, a way to get to know what is not knowable by using a different language. it’s a way for […]

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  • Cambridge Sustainability Residency – research

    In April I was selected to take part in the Cambridge Sustainability Residency 2016. The theme of the residency was insulation and growth in relation to sustainability. My proposal was to consider the psychological aspects affecting the responsibility (ie the ability to respond) to the specific issues on sustainability that I experience in the context […]

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  • Sense of place

    I’ve just listened to Radio 4 Start The Week for today (29 December 2014) and to Victoria Crowe, artist, who in talking about her significant place described beech trees and her relationship to the landscape: “beech trees which describe the way the wind blows, they describe the prevailing wind by the very form of them…with […]

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  • Drawing, line and gesture – seminar at Fabrica with Tania Kovats, Jerwood, FRAC Picardie and the Drawing Room London

    23rd July 2014 6:00pm-8:00pm Notes PRESENTERS: Kate MacFarlane, Co-Director and Curator of the Drawing Room, London, a not-for-profit gallery dedicated to the investigation and presentation of international contemporary drawing. Prof. Anita Taylor, Director of the Jerwood Drawing Prize, the largest and longest running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK. Yves Lecointre, Director of FRAC Picardie – a […]

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  • ‘Grimm Girls: Picturing the Princes’ Sussex Folklore and Fairy Tale Symposium – University of Chichester 25.11.13

    There is currently an exhibition at the Otter Gallery at the Uni – ‘Grimm Girls: Picturing the ‘Princess’. It’s full of books and illustrations, images that children gazed at whilst someone read to them,  stories full of witches, castles, forests, princesses and heroes. What was missing was art inspired by these tales, the kind of […]