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DESIRE LINES is a multi disciplinary project developed over two years with Professor Stephen Hoskins of the UWE Centre for Fine Print Research. The resulting kite artworks are unique large scale structures created by interweaving traditional print processes, pioneering 3D print techniques and experimentation. Constructed as curved forms inspired by ritual Guatemalan kites, their designs are the product of reworking architectural plans of recycled cityscapes through different printing techniques and materials. The project is supported by University College London and Royal Holloway University of London. UWE Gallery, Bower Ashton Campus, Kennel Lodge Road, Bristol. BS3 2JT
Shanghai Sacred is exhibited in the 'World as Image' Ian Parry Scholarship exhibition, which includes the work of selected winners from 1989 until today. I was an award winner in 2007! The public installation opened by Sir Don McCullin, is located at More London Riverside, outside City Hall, London, SE1 from October 1-29.
All welcome to a panel discussion held at the UCL Insitute of Advanced studies with Dr Katherine Swancutt, Senior Lecturer in the Anthropology of Religion at Kings College London and Dr Clare Melhuish, Director of the UCL Urban Laboratory, chaired by Professor Claire Dwyer of the UCL Geography department. The panel will be followed by a drinks reception. Tickets here.
An enchanting commission by the international photography festival Planche(s) contacted me to make work about the famous seaside town of Deauville. During the week I created a theatre in the old house of La Chatonnière for the different generations to play together. The images will be exhibited in Oct 2018.