Archive for July, 2011

To the sea

It’s worth a visit to the Folkestone Triennial for this work alone: Hew Locke’s For Those In Peril On The Sea. There’s something of the hull of a boat in a church ceiling and this work belongs to its setting while at the same time being ‘other’.

Design meets Maths at Kidbrooke Arts Festival

This week, we’ve been back to school: Kidbrooke School in south London runs a two-day arts festival each year, bringing in artists from different disciplines to work with faculties and Year 9 students on exploring areas of the curriculum in new ways. Lydia was paired with the Maths faculty for a collaborative project where Platonic […]

Communication and chairs

“What’s with the wheelie chairs? Last time I came here, you had deckchairs!” Marc Lewis, Dean at School of Communication Arts 2.0 replied, “We’ve got more serious.” Mentoring at SCA 2.0, even the chairs had something to say…