Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018
Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018

Co-organised with Professor Harriet Hawkins (Geography, RHUL) .An experimental conference with a focus on experiences of the cave and darkness. The day included drumming, a LARP workshop, a talk about subterranean engineering, archaeology and an audio essay. Contributions from Dr. William Rowlandson (University of Kent), Una Hamiton Helle (OSE associate), Shell Like (artist duo Amy Pettifer and Jennifer Boyd), Professor Clive Gamble (University of Southampton)< Loretta Van Der Tann (Think Deep UK)

Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018
Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018

Co-organised with Professor Harriet Hawkins (Geography, RHUL) .An experimental conference with a focus on experiences of the cave and darkness. The day included drumming, a LARP workshop, a talk about subterranean engineering, archaeology and an audio essay. Contributions from Dr. William Rowlandson (University of Kent), Una Hamiton Helle (OSE associate), Shell Like (artist duo Amy Pettifer and Jennifer Boyd), Professor Clive Gamble (University of Southampton)< Loretta Van Der Tann (Think Deep UK)

Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018
Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018

Co-organised with Professor Harriet Hawkins (Geography, RHUL) .An experimental conference with a focus on experiences of the cave and darkness. The day included drumming, a LARP workshop, a talk about subterranean engineering, archaeology and an audio essay. Contributions from Dr. William Rowlandson (University of Kent), Una Hamiton Helle (OSE associate), Shell Like (artist duo Amy Pettifer and Jennifer Boyd), Professor Clive Gamble (University of Southampton)< Loretta Van Der Tann (Think Deep UK)

Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018
Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018

Co-organised with Professor Harriet Hawkins (Geography, RHUL) .An experimental conference with a focus on experiences of the cave and darkness. The day included drumming, a LARP workshop, a talk about subterranean engineering, archaeology and an audio essay. Contributions from Dr. William Rowlandson (University of Kent), Una Hamiton Helle (OSE associate), Shell Like (artist duo Amy Pettifer and Jennifer Boyd), Professor Clive Gamble (University of Southampton)< Loretta Van Der Tann (Think Deep UK)

‘Basecamp’, with Kelly Large, V22, 2017
‘Basecamp’, with Kelly Large, V22, 2017

Basecamp; a place of anticipation, tension, team dynamics, boredom, excitement, waiting and possibility. The 3 day event invited speakers, other artists, student groups and members of the public into the Basecamp to work through a series of questions. The sessions had an informal structure and evolved according to the dynamic of the group in attendance, an opportunity to look at the literal, geographical basecamp and to draw parallels with imaginary landscapes. It will also looked at the group dynamics and behaviours of the real and imagined expedition.

‘Basecamp’, with Kelly Large, V22, 2017
‘Basecamp’, with Kelly Large, V22, 2017

Basecamp; a place of anticipation, tension, team dynamics, boredom, excitement, waiting and possibility. The 3 day event invited speakers, other artists, student groups and members of the public into the Basecamp to work through a series of questions. The sessions had an informal structure and evolved according to the dynamic of the group in attendance, an opportunity to look at the literal, geographical basecamp and to draw parallels with imaginary landscapes. It will also looked at the group dynamics and behaviours of the real and imagined expedition.

‘Basecamp’, with Kelly Large, V22, 2017
‘Basecamp’, with Kelly Large, V22, 2017

Basecamp; a place of anticipation, tension, team dynamics, boredom, excitement, waiting and possibility. The 3 day event invited speakers, other artists, student groups and members of the public into the Basecamp to work through a series of questions. The sessions had an informal structure and evolved according to the dynamic of the group in attendance, an opportunity to look at the literal, geographical basecamp and to draw parallels with imaginary landscapes. It will also looked at the group dynamics and behaviours of the real and imagined expedition.

‘These Pits &amp; Abysses’ CLF Theatre 2016. Leverhulme residency in the Geography Department, RHUL.
‘These Pits & Abysses’ CLF Theatre 2016. Leverhulme residency in the Geography Department, RHUL.

A thematic event using the excavation of Gully Cave as a point of departure. The programme combined talks by geographers Prof. Harriet Hawkins, Prof. Danielle Schreve and Dr. Rachael Squire, with a film by Gordon Matta Clark, artwork by Daniel Clark, music by EDEN and film about Gully Cave expert, Pierre Schreve by Lily Grimes.

The event was designed and co-ordinated by Flora Parrott

'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015
'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015

An installation drawn in chalk based on the PETAR cave network in São Paulo State. Professor Paulo Boggiani from the Earth Science Department of USP gave a talk about the karst formations using the drawings and adding his own drawings as a way of demonstrating the subterranean landscape.

'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015
'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015

An installation drawn in chalk based on the PETAR cave network in São Paulo State. Professor Paulo Boggiani from the Earth Science Department of USP gave a talk about the karst formations using the drawings and adding his own drawings as a way of demonstrating the subterranean landscape.

'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015
'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015

An installation drawn in chalk based on the PETAR cave network in São Paulo State. Professor Paulo Boggiani from the Earth Science Department of USP gave a talk about the karst formations using the drawings and adding his own drawings as a way of demonstrating the subterranean landscape.

'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015
'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015

An installation drawn in chalk based on the PETAR cave network in São Paulo State. Professor Paulo Boggiani from the Earth Science Department of USP gave a talk about the karst formations using the drawings and adding his own drawings as a way of demonstrating the subterranean landscape.

'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015
'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015

An installation drawn in chalk based on the PETAR cave network in São Paulo State. Professor Paulo Boggiani from the Earth Science Department of USP gave a talk about the karst formations using the drawings and adding his own drawings as a way of demonstrating the subterranean landscape.

‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016
‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016

A year-long residency at the RGS, as part of which I invited a group of 12 artists (see below) and geographers to spend a weekend caving and camping in the Mendips, visit the archives at the RGS and construct an artificial cave at David Roberts Art Foundation.

The project culminated in a publication made in collaboration with Camberwell Press

With thanks to: Beth Collar, Shenece Liburd, Harriet Hawkins, Natasha Rosling, Francesco Pedraglio, Fay Nicolson, Daniel Clark, James O’Connor, Milo Newman, Alan Gray, Allen Abramson, Tania Perez Cordova.

‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016
‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016

A year-long residency at the RGS, as part of which I invited a group of 12 artists (see below) and geographers to spend a weekend caving and camping in the Mendips, visit the archives at the RGS and construct an artificial cave at David Roberts Art Foundation.

The project culminated in a publication made in collaboration with Camberwell Press

With thanks to: Beth Collar, Shenece Liburd, Harriet Hawkins, Natasha Rosling, Francesco Pedraglio, Fay Nicolson, Daniel Clark, James O’Connor, Milo Newman, Alan Gray, Allen Abramson, Tania Perez Cordova.

‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016
‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016

A year-long residency at the RGS, as part of which I invited a group of 12 artists (see below) and geographers to spend a weekend caving and camping in the Mendips, visit the archives at the RGS and construct an artificial cave at David Roberts Art Foundation.

The project culminated in a publication made in collaboration with Camberwell Press

With thanks to: Beth Collar, Shenece Liburd, Harriet Hawkins, Natasha Rosling, Francesco Pedraglio, Fay Nicolson, Daniel Clark, James O’Connor, Milo Newman, Alan Gray, Allen Abramson, Tania Perez Cordova.

‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016
‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016

A year-long residency at the RGS, as part of which I invited a group of 12 artists (see below) and geographers to spend a weekend caving and camping in the Mendips, visit the archives at the RGS and construct an artificial cave at David Roberts Art Foundation.

The project culminated in a publication made in collaboration with Camberwell Press

With thanks to: Beth Collar, Shenece Liburd, Harriet Hawkins, Natasha Rosling, Francesco Pedraglio, Fay Nicolson, Daniel Clark, James O’Connor, Milo Newman, Alan Gray, Allen Abramson, Tania Perez Cordova.

‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016
‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016

A year-long residency at the RGS, as part of which I invited a group of 12 artists (see below) and geographers to spend a weekend caving and camping in the Mendips, visit the archives at the RGS and construct an artificial cave at David Roberts Art Foundation.

The project culminated in a publication made in collaboration with Camberwell Press

With thanks to: Beth Collar, Shenece Liburd, Harriet Hawkins, Natasha Rosling, Francesco Pedraglio, Fay Nicolson, Daniel Clark, James O’Connor, Milo Newman, Alan Gray, Allen Abramson, Tania Perez Cordova.

‘Imagination Dead Imagine’ as part of Law’s Imagination curated by Jack Tan. Arebyte Gallery 2016.
‘Imagination Dead Imagine’ as part of Law’s Imagination curated by Jack Tan. Arebyte Gallery 2016.

Taking Beckett's monologue ‘Imagination Dead Imagine’ as a starting point, Flora will attempt in the gallery to construct the form of an empty imagination described therein. This exercise will act as a spine from which to explore ideas about spaces for thinking, permission, land rights, materiality and proof through tangibility.

‘Imagination Dead Imagine’ as part of Law’s Imagination curated by Jack Tan. Arebyte Gallery 2016.
‘Imagination Dead Imagine’ as part of Law’s Imagination curated by Jack Tan. Arebyte Gallery 2016.

Taking Beckett's monologue ‘Imagination Dead Imagine’ as a starting point, Flora will attempt in the gallery to construct the form of an empty imagination described therein. This exercise will act as a spine from which to explore ideas about spaces for thinking, permission, land rights, materiality and proof through tangibility.

3D scanning workshop, 2012
3D scanning workshop, 2012

V22 F Block

A workshop with students from RCA, Goldsmiths and Kingston, using with materials to work through the processes of 3D scanning and printing

Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018
Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018
Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018
Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018
‘Basecamp’, with Kelly Large, V22, 2017
‘Basecamp’, with Kelly Large, V22, 2017
‘Basecamp’, with Kelly Large, V22, 2017
‘These Pits &amp; Abysses’ CLF Theatre 2016. Leverhulme residency in the Geography Department, RHUL.
'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015
'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015
'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015
'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015
'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015
‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016
‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016
‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016
‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016
‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016
‘Imagination Dead Imagine’ as part of Law’s Imagination curated by Jack Tan. Arebyte Gallery 2016.
‘Imagination Dead Imagine’ as part of Law’s Imagination curated by Jack Tan. Arebyte Gallery 2016.
3D scanning workshop, 2012
Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018

Co-organised with Professor Harriet Hawkins (Geography, RHUL) .An experimental conference with a focus on experiences of the cave and darkness. The day included drumming, a LARP workshop, a talk about subterranean engineering, archaeology and an audio essay. Contributions from Dr. William Rowlandson (University of Kent), Una Hamiton Helle (OSE associate), Shell Like (artist duo Amy Pettifer and Jennifer Boyd), Professor Clive Gamble (University of Southampton)< Loretta Van Der Tann (Think Deep UK)

Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018

Co-organised with Professor Harriet Hawkins (Geography, RHUL) .An experimental conference with a focus on experiences of the cave and darkness. The day included drumming, a LARP workshop, a talk about subterranean engineering, archaeology and an audio essay. Contributions from Dr. William Rowlandson (University of Kent), Una Hamiton Helle (OSE associate), Shell Like (artist duo Amy Pettifer and Jennifer Boyd), Professor Clive Gamble (University of Southampton)< Loretta Van Der Tann (Think Deep UK)

Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018

Co-organised with Professor Harriet Hawkins (Geography, RHUL) .An experimental conference with a focus on experiences of the cave and darkness. The day included drumming, a LARP workshop, a talk about subterranean engineering, archaeology and an audio essay. Contributions from Dr. William Rowlandson (University of Kent), Una Hamiton Helle (OSE associate), Shell Like (artist duo Amy Pettifer and Jennifer Boyd), Professor Clive Gamble (University of Southampton)< Loretta Van Der Tann (Think Deep UK)

Expand and Contract: Navigating Undergrounds Chisenhale Dance Space, July 2018

Co-organised with Professor Harriet Hawkins (Geography, RHUL) .An experimental conference with a focus on experiences of the cave and darkness. The day included drumming, a LARP workshop, a talk about subterranean engineering, archaeology and an audio essay. Contributions from Dr. William Rowlandson (University of Kent), Una Hamiton Helle (OSE associate), Shell Like (artist duo Amy Pettifer and Jennifer Boyd), Professor Clive Gamble (University of Southampton)< Loretta Van Der Tann (Think Deep UK)

‘Basecamp’, with Kelly Large, V22, 2017

Basecamp; a place of anticipation, tension, team dynamics, boredom, excitement, waiting and possibility. The 3 day event invited speakers, other artists, student groups and members of the public into the Basecamp to work through a series of questions. The sessions had an informal structure and evolved according to the dynamic of the group in attendance, an opportunity to look at the literal, geographical basecamp and to draw parallels with imaginary landscapes. It will also looked at the group dynamics and behaviours of the real and imagined expedition.

‘Basecamp’, with Kelly Large, V22, 2017

Basecamp; a place of anticipation, tension, team dynamics, boredom, excitement, waiting and possibility. The 3 day event invited speakers, other artists, student groups and members of the public into the Basecamp to work through a series of questions. The sessions had an informal structure and evolved according to the dynamic of the group in attendance, an opportunity to look at the literal, geographical basecamp and to draw parallels with imaginary landscapes. It will also looked at the group dynamics and behaviours of the real and imagined expedition.

‘Basecamp’, with Kelly Large, V22, 2017

Basecamp; a place of anticipation, tension, team dynamics, boredom, excitement, waiting and possibility. The 3 day event invited speakers, other artists, student groups and members of the public into the Basecamp to work through a series of questions. The sessions had an informal structure and evolved according to the dynamic of the group in attendance, an opportunity to look at the literal, geographical basecamp and to draw parallels with imaginary landscapes. It will also looked at the group dynamics and behaviours of the real and imagined expedition.

‘These Pits & Abysses’ CLF Theatre 2016. Leverhulme residency in the Geography Department, RHUL.

A thematic event using the excavation of Gully Cave as a point of departure. The programme combined talks by geographers Prof. Harriet Hawkins, Prof. Danielle Schreve and Dr. Rachael Squire, with a film by Gordon Matta Clark, artwork by Daniel Clark, music by EDEN and film about Gully Cave expert, Pierre Schreve by Lily Grimes.

The event was designed and co-ordinated by Flora Parrott

'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015

An installation drawn in chalk based on the PETAR cave network in São Paulo State. Professor Paulo Boggiani from the Earth Science Department of USP gave a talk about the karst formations using the drawings and adding his own drawings as a way of demonstrating the subterranean landscape.

'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015

An installation drawn in chalk based on the PETAR cave network in São Paulo State. Professor Paulo Boggiani from the Earth Science Department of USP gave a talk about the karst formations using the drawings and adding his own drawings as a way of demonstrating the subterranean landscape.

'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015

An installation drawn in chalk based on the PETAR cave network in São Paulo State. Professor Paulo Boggiani from the Earth Science Department of USP gave a talk about the karst formations using the drawings and adding his own drawings as a way of demonstrating the subterranean landscape.

'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015

An installation drawn in chalk based on the PETAR cave network in São Paulo State. Professor Paulo Boggiani from the Earth Science Department of USP gave a talk about the karst formations using the drawings and adding his own drawings as a way of demonstrating the subterranean landscape.

'Fixed Position', Atelier Fidalga, São Paulo, Brazil 2015

An installation drawn in chalk based on the PETAR cave network in São Paulo State. Professor Paulo Boggiani from the Earth Science Department of USP gave a talk about the karst formations using the drawings and adding his own drawings as a way of demonstrating the subterranean landscape.

‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016

A year-long residency at the RGS, as part of which I invited a group of 12 artists (see below) and geographers to spend a weekend caving and camping in the Mendips, visit the archives at the RGS and construct an artificial cave at David Roberts Art Foundation.

The project culminated in a publication made in collaboration with Camberwell Press

With thanks to: Beth Collar, Shenece Liburd, Harriet Hawkins, Natasha Rosling, Francesco Pedraglio, Fay Nicolson, Daniel Clark, James O’Connor, Milo Newman, Alan Gray, Allen Abramson, Tania Perez Cordova.

‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016

A year-long residency at the RGS, as part of which I invited a group of 12 artists (see below) and geographers to spend a weekend caving and camping in the Mendips, visit the archives at the RGS and construct an artificial cave at David Roberts Art Foundation.

The project culminated in a publication made in collaboration with Camberwell Press

With thanks to: Beth Collar, Shenece Liburd, Harriet Hawkins, Natasha Rosling, Francesco Pedraglio, Fay Nicolson, Daniel Clark, James O’Connor, Milo Newman, Alan Gray, Allen Abramson, Tania Perez Cordova.

‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016

A year-long residency at the RGS, as part of which I invited a group of 12 artists (see below) and geographers to spend a weekend caving and camping in the Mendips, visit the archives at the RGS and construct an artificial cave at David Roberts Art Foundation.

The project culminated in a publication made in collaboration with Camberwell Press

With thanks to: Beth Collar, Shenece Liburd, Harriet Hawkins, Natasha Rosling, Francesco Pedraglio, Fay Nicolson, Daniel Clark, James O’Connor, Milo Newman, Alan Gray, Allen Abramson, Tania Perez Cordova.

‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016

A year-long residency at the RGS, as part of which I invited a group of 12 artists (see below) and geographers to spend a weekend caving and camping in the Mendips, visit the archives at the RGS and construct an artificial cave at David Roberts Art Foundation.

The project culminated in a publication made in collaboration with Camberwell Press

With thanks to: Beth Collar, Shenece Liburd, Harriet Hawkins, Natasha Rosling, Francesco Pedraglio, Fay Nicolson, Daniel Clark, James O’Connor, Milo Newman, Alan Gray, Allen Abramson, Tania Perez Cordova.

‘Swallet’, Royal Geographical Society, Arts Council England, 2016

A year-long residency at the RGS, as part of which I invited a group of 12 artists (see below) and geographers to spend a weekend caving and camping in the Mendips, visit the archives at the RGS and construct an artificial cave at David Roberts Art Foundation.

The project culminated in a publication made in collaboration with Camberwell Press

With thanks to: Beth Collar, Shenece Liburd, Harriet Hawkins, Natasha Rosling, Francesco Pedraglio, Fay Nicolson, Daniel Clark, James O’Connor, Milo Newman, Alan Gray, Allen Abramson, Tania Perez Cordova.

‘Imagination Dead Imagine’ as part of Law’s Imagination curated by Jack Tan. Arebyte Gallery 2016.

Taking Beckett's monologue ‘Imagination Dead Imagine’ as a starting point, Flora will attempt in the gallery to construct the form of an empty imagination described therein. This exercise will act as a spine from which to explore ideas about spaces for thinking, permission, land rights, materiality and proof through tangibility.

‘Imagination Dead Imagine’ as part of Law’s Imagination curated by Jack Tan. Arebyte Gallery 2016.

Taking Beckett's monologue ‘Imagination Dead Imagine’ as a starting point, Flora will attempt in the gallery to construct the form of an empty imagination described therein. This exercise will act as a spine from which to explore ideas about spaces for thinking, permission, land rights, materiality and proof through tangibility.

3D scanning workshop, 2012

V22 F Block

A workshop with students from RCA, Goldsmiths and Kingston, using with materials to work through the processes of 3D scanning and printing

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