Post Tagged with: "Suzanne Lacy"

Feature: Shapes Of Water, Sounds Of Hope

August 21, 2017

Commissioned Writing, Writing

Feature: Shapes Of Water, Sounds Of Hope

Last year Super Slow Way commissioned me to document Suzanne Lacy’s new work Shapes of Water, Sounds of Hope in Brierfield. I spent three days in the town shadowing the project. Ahead of the premiere of the film The Double Negative has published my transcript: With American artist Suzanne Lacy’s epic […]

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Commission: Shapes of Water, Sounds of Hope

September 23, 2016

Commissioned Writing

Commission: Shapes of Water, Sounds of Hope

I’ve been commissioned by Super Slow Way to respond to Suzanne Lacy’s major project Shapes of Water, Sounds of Hope in Brierfield. The result of the project will be the creation of a new artwork, produced over three days at the mill between 29th September and 1st October. Suzanne and her collaborators […]

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Feature: Super Slow Way

November 13, 2015

Commissioned Writing, Essays

Feature: Super Slow Way

My feature on Super Slow Way, commissioned by CVAN as part of its #writecritical programme, has been published on The Double Negative. Read it here. Image:  Stephen Turner’s Exbury Egg, western red cedar, marine ply, recycled wood, resin  and perspex, 6m x 3m, 2014, courtesy the artist and The Artists Agency.  

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