Evening Loach seminar

Well Projects as part of ‘I’m In The Bath on All Fours’

Flora Parrott and Well Projects have organised an EVENING LOACH SEMINAR. The seminar brings together a range of speakers to each give their perspective on the Cave Loach, and the conceptual framework of the project. The evening will begin with a talk by Flora Parrott, who will introduce her work and research into the Loach; and be followed by Lindiwe Matshikiza (via Skype link from South Africa), who will read from a collection of exploratory texts written in response to this cave dwelling fish. Professor Harriet Hawkins (Geography,

Royal Holloway University, London) will then discuss the wider themes of the exhibition.

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Contemporary Arts Society / Acts of Devotion

I was commissioned by the Contemporary Arts Society, to give a talk about the Shell Grotto in Margate in September 2018.

The talk took the form of an alternative tour of the Grotto and each of the group was given a map and a bracelet of shell and chalk.

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How Like A Leaf program

I am pleased to be helping to co-ordinate a series of events supported by TECHNE and organised by Dr. Danielle Sands, RHUL. 

This TECHNE Conflux will bring together students from across different disciplines - including literary studies, philosophy, visual arts, music, history, classics, dance and theatre - to assess, adapt and develop interdisciplinary approaches to the relationships between art, nature and the world, with the assistance of world-renowned practitioners and theorists

Launch event on 3rd July

https://www.howlikealeaf.com/

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Open School East

I had the pleasure of working with the Open School East associates on the 16th June. The group are preparing for a project inspired by the subterranean. This was a chance to talk with them about my research and to share resources.