The idea of being surrounded suggests that the water must be the 'other'. However, that is not quite the case. The water was here first, unbroken and continuous…Read More
An account of demo week, written from memory by Nicole Mollett.Read More
How do we genuinely share discussion and decision making around a diverse group of people, and ensure that all voices in the room are heard? Attending a symposium at the Turner contemporary in Margate.Read More
How Landscape inspires, why collaborate with experts, why preserve landscape?Read More
Images ©️Rachel Cherry
This project is based on Charles Darwin’s research into ‘Power of Movement in Plants’ observing the bio structures across Luton at 12 important and culturally significant locations in April, recording the environment, turning data into music, with help from the Royal College of Music.
How an environment shapes us.Read More
My eyes start off at about 30cm away from the screen. I'm not sure if this is the recommended distance, but it works for me. I can see everything I need to.
And then I start to move in. I start to reduce the space.Read More
THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC TO WORK WITH LOCAL VISUAL ARTIST GAYLE STOREY and LUTON MUSIC MIX in collaboration with UNIVERSITY OF BEDFORDSHIRE TO CREATE BIO ORCHESTRAL MUSICAL SCORE FROM LUTON’S ENVIRONMENT.
Yet as an artist, this chaos is productive, memory is geology because it holds resource and treasure.Read More
As part of the micro workshop I led for the Testbeds cohort on 15th February 2018 we made a quick 360 video of group responses to what life would be like in a 'postwork' version of Luton called Lutopia.Read More
The Generosity of the Fells – Starting ‘The Buried Moon’ – Climbing up The Old Man of Coniston:Read More