A few words and a lot of pictures – I know, people like pictures and we work in the visual arts so it’s important!
Simon Ryder and I have spent hours talking about art:science:nature:technology:books:cabinets
Last weekend, following a recent conversation between Flow and Landmark Trust, Simon did some work at Woodspring Priory, near Weston Super Mare. You can read about what he did on his blog, which also reflects how he has books on his mind.
It will be interesting to see how the commission Cabinet of Local Change in the Forest of Dean, supported by LAG Funding, develops – to see where his research is taking him, just sign up to his blog and read often (yes, it’s a prescription for promoting thinking!)
Meanwhile, some pictures! and yes, I know I look a bit bossy in them, but I get very animated when we talk about these things!
(photos by Chris Morris, local photographer who produces books about the Forest)