I’m sad to announce that the exhibition in Exeter will no longer be taking place due to staffing and access reasons. The LLL7 (squares) exhibition was to be the first exhibition at a new gallery in Exeter but the owner’s plans have changed and they will be focusing on their gift shop venture.
I am therefore looking for opportunities to exhibit this work as I am keen for it to be seen and enjoyed by others. I hope to follow with good news in the coming months…
I was delighted to be invited last week to photograph a Contact Jam at Falmouth University led by design and ecology researcher Daniel Metcalfe. He is interested in how dance can be used to learn about animal behaviour. I love photographing dance because it is such a challenge!
Daniel presented at Contact Festival Dartington and his article can be viewed via the link below
You can view 11 of my photos there or below are a sample of my favourites!
It will be the first time this work is shown publicly and some of the pieces will be available for purchase! More information to follow.
Come see my clothing label piece LLL7.4 which is part of the AIR Pressure exhibition of creative works on the theme of climate change.
It’s the Acedemy for Innovation and Research at Falmouth this week and there are several events on the same theme you can take part in. See http://air.falmouth.ac.uk/research-projects/air-pressure
Hope to see you on Friday for a glass of wine at the Finissage!
Logo and photo by Robin Hawes
Join me tomorrow for the opening of ‘Assemblage’, an exhibition in partnership with Natural England at Yarner Woods in Devon. I have been busy installing ‘Don’t mention the Icecaps!’, a shelter made from recycled plastic bottles.