Corona Virus lockdown postponements:
Examination Rooms is an artist's response to discovering a fistful of photographs never seen before. Images of her mother in another country. With an unknown lover. In a new light. They made a new history both disconcerting and disquieting. This disquiet is reflected in the works on show where much is not quite what it seems. X-rays have become wax-rays, clothes are calcified, specimens are inanimate and photographs are written. The central figure is no longer here to ask. These works are the result of forensic examination and re-examination of the unknowable in a desire to fill in the gaps.
ONE EXHIBITION, TWO GALLERIES IN BROMYARD
Start at The Chapel Gallery, 2 Forbury Chase, Sherford Street HR7 4DLand then visit Jane Tudge's STUDIO Gallery at 16 Market Square HR7 4BP
Back to Back
at the Back to Backs
10 creative writers and 10 visual artists make a site specific response to
Birmingham’s historic communal courtyard housing
HEADS FULL OF CLOUDS
part of artwrite's Moment project
WHEN AN ARTIST MET A WRITER:
a socially-distanced, conversation, made in a government sanctioned, compliant kind of a way.
A collaboration with writer, Judith Warr-Arnold, as part of artwrite's Two Chairs project. See the whole piece here.
Post MA, there has been a tidying up to end all tidyings up.
Back to working now. Come and see me and what I'm up to