GEOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION MAGAZINE WRITE UP BY DIANA CLEMENTS ON THE ‘CHANGING LAYERS OF WANDSWORTH EXHIBITION AT THE CLIMATE HUB IN WANDSWORTH- September 2022 issue
THE EXHIBITION IN THE CLIMATE HUB IN WANDSWORTH IN JUNE & JULY 2022
‘The Changing Layers And Climate of Wandsworth’ lead to lots of discussion, interest and inspiration.
THANK YOU to Artists Information Company for the AN Bursary in May 2022 for funding towards developing my creative practice. Very much appreciated.
HYDRACITY 10th – 26th September 2021
I am pleased to be part of this Inspiral London exhibition at the Thameside Studios Gallery and part of the Totally Thames Festival. I am also leading an Art and Geology walk with Diana Clements from the London Geodiversity Partnership on the 26th September 2021. You can find more information about the exhibition and about how to book the walks through Eventbrite in the following fliers:
Thanks to a 2020 AN Bursary
WHICH WAS EXTENDED TO 2021 DUE TO THE PANDEMIC, I MADE A SHORT EXPERIMENTAL MOVING IMAGE FILM CALLED CONSTRUCTION AND DESTRUCTION BASED AROUND THE ELEPHANT AND CASTLE AND THE BUILDING INDUSTRY.
ART COUNCIL OF ENGLAND application for Emergency Funding was successful! Thank you.
I can now put ideas into practice, which will involve lots of exploration and skills learning to sustain my practice during these times.
REVIEW OF CORE SAMPLE PROJECT & EXHIBITION – March 2019
Diana Clements has written a report on the Core Sample Project and Exhibition in the March 2019 issue to the ‘Magazine of The Geologists’ Association’ and I am also really pleased that one of my works is on the magazine cover.
On page 27, 28 & 29 of the GA Magazine:
To read – here is the link to the pdf of the March GA Magazine Volume 18 No 1
TIDEWAY – CHAMBERS WHARF SITE weekly update on 15-3-19
The fossilised tooth in the above image was found in excavated material from the shaft at Chambers Wharf. A local artist, Gail Dickerson, has been using excavated material of different soil types. She found the tooth in one of the sample bags of spoil which came from approximately 13 metres deep within the shaft. Archaeologists from the Museum of London (MoLA) believe it to be a fossilised shark tooth, most likely from the Eocene, London Clay geological deposit and around 55 million years old. MoLA said “it looks a lot like ‘Anomotodon novus’ an extinct shark but a relative of the modern day deep sea dwelling goblin shark, which is around 3 metres long and extends its jaws when feeding”.
(Project in progress which can be seen in ‘London’s Layers & Rivers Diversion‘ menu option on this website)
EXHIBITION ‘CORE SAMPLE’ 9th – 18th November 2018.
Friday 9th November – The London Geodiversity Partnership will be giving a talk on the geology of this part of London from at 5pm before the preview followed by a talk by the artist at 5.30pm and a Book Launch of the Core Sample Project.
Sunday 18th November at 2pm there will a closing event with poetry readings by Barbara Cumbers and Anna Robinson.
Sunday 3rd November 2019 – A brief talk on my work:
INVITE ‘Re.’ Closing Event ‘In memory of 350 million Years’ Join us to hear directly from some of the artists in ‘Re’ exhibition from 1pm to 2.30pm. The event is free and open to all. This is the final chance to see the exhibition. The event is chaired by Dr Elisa Alaluusua and the artists presenting are: Gail Dickerson, Emily Glass, Michele Fuirer, Sophie Horton, Laura Hudson, Joanna McCormick, Ann Simberg, Kay Walsh, Natalie Webb.