Review: An Oakwoods Almanac

Review: An Oakwoods Almanac

Read Camilla Nelson’s review of the wonderful ‘An Oakwoods Almanac’ ‘If I wasn’t interested in the dynamics of writing in and about place, Loose might have lost me with ‘Sunart’. In this first section, Loose is so much a part of his...
Ackroyd + Harvey in Cambridge

Ackroyd + Harvey in Cambridge

This March, the University of Cambridge presents an exhibition of new works by Ackroyd & Harvey at the David Attenborough Building. The works explore the links between fundamental biology, global conservation, the Museum’s collections and human ecologies. An art...
Watershed Sculpture

Watershed Sculpture

Watershed Sculpture The Art Practice of Daniel McCormick and Mary OBrien: Remedial Environmental Art More info here Bay Clay Oyster Reef In collaboratiion with Bay Area sceintists and conservation organizations, we are prototyping an innovative and...
Reblog of reblog

Reblog of reblog

Sharing this reblog from Chris Fremantle of ecoartscotland I spent not long enough visiting the Biennale this past summer and although moved by very little (remarkably, sadly little) was also enchanted by this work in the South Korean pavilion. Reblogged Reflections...
Susanna Bauer exhibition

Susanna Bauer exhibition

‘Leaf Works’ Innovation Centre, Exeter University March 1 to May 26, 2016 Susanna Bauer’s leaf works pay homage to nature as well as holding up a mirror to the viewer. Mainly constructed with dry leaves and cotton yarn the pieces hold a fine balance of...
Podcast invitation

Podcast invitation

Robbie Wilson writes: I’ve recently completed two playful and interactive walking podcasts (imaginatively entitled Wandercast) and I would love to know what you think.  Simply download them onto a mobile device and away you go!...