Laurie Lax - Scotoma Landscape

Image Credit: Laurie Lax

Narroways Bristol, City of Bristol BS2 9YT

07967756320
[email protected]
http://www.osr-weatherstation.co.uk/

Friday 06 May 2016 – Saturday 14 May 2016
11am - 1pm
no booking required

‘I’m interested in our psychological disconnect, (mis) representation and perception of nature. Immediately, I wanted to treat the one-day residency as a kind of experiment. I’m going to ignore the inflatable ball, treating it as a blind spot, a scotoma on the landscape. I’ll spend the day using the Weather Station as a compositional tool, taking photographs and drawing studies on Narroways Hill – my local green space, which is also socially diverse, and a hotspot for biodiversity in Bristol – these I will develop into functional blind spot tests.
I’ve been getting to know the people who look after this place, by volunteering for the Narroways Millennium Green Hill Trust, even forming a small St. Werburghs drawing group. Alongside the day’s main mission, it feels apt to invite local people and others from further afield up onto ‘the mound’ (as it’s commonly known), and facilitate collective drawing en plein air.’ Laurie Lax

Laurie Lax will be at Narroways Millennium Green Hill, Bristol on Saturday 14 May 2016 with public participation (plein air drawing) taking place between 11am - 1pm.

Laurie was selected to take part in the Weather Station Project by Hand in Glove and OSR Projects.

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