I loved transforming my lockdown cyanotype prints into a larger hanging piece. Working with the hanging threads and images for what emerged as ‘What Next’ shown in Aberdare as part of our last shared Walk exhibition ( bottom picture ) influenced how I approached this next piece. I had been surprised and excited by the […]
Fifty- Fifty. Mixed media collage on heavy cotton rag paper. 6ft6 x 3ft. Information about the Cynon Valley Exhibition
Exploring Embodied Practices Discovering through drawing organised this one day symposium in April 2018 see http://www.drawsymposium.co.uk. I presented a paper on embodied practices which Im happy to share – you can email me via movementinmind.org. Here is an excerpt: ‘Working among these complexities, balancing and rebalancing the felt and the construed, the given and the […]
Jill Kirkpatrick and I were invited to be part of a Made in Roath collaboration; A Shared Walk. See asharedwalk.wordpress.com A group of artists invited a ‘plus one’ to join them in a walk in Roath Park Cardiff – each artist and partner made a response and these were collected and shown at the […]
What it is to run was explored from different perspectives by a cross disciplinary group at the National Indoor Stadium Cardiff on November 26th 2016. DON’T RUN arose from a consideration of the barriers to running across the lifespan. Go to the r3fest website to see other contributions to this event. Photographs by Gordon Plant.
Work made in response to ‘Pluck’ a performance at Cardiff Metropolitan by Natalie Ramus in March 2016. Oil stick on concertina sketch book. Work made in response to attending a workshop run by Mike Pearson – rehearsing this group Good News From the Future. Chapter Cardiff May 2016. Oil stick and water colour on […]
These images are taken from two performances one at Cardiff Metropolitan in the studio and the other, seen immediately below, at the Vegetable Agenda exhibition ‘ Basic Human Needs’. In both performances I use two hands – and mark onto Fabriano paper with oil sticks and water colour. What emerges when we move freely […]
Images of terrain in paper mache, mirror, chicken wire, cling film and resin.
Between photo images, painting and mirrors – Body form and Terrain