sensory workshop 5 – geology – terroir

Sensory workshop n.5 - geology and terroir The workshop took place Saturday 18th March, 2017, at Dissenters Gallery, North West London and was focused on geology of Kensal Green Cemetery, with Diana Clements, and on “terroir” with Dany Teixeira and Vaughn Tan. Beneath your feet: a geology workshop based on Kensal Green and the wider London area... Continue Reading →

Kensal Green Cemetery geology walk n.1

Today  I went on an exploration of Kensal Green cemetery, with geologist Diana Clements. We were looking for famous geologists, engineers and zoologists, marked on the map drawn up by former local resident geologist, Eric Robinson, who led many groups around the cemetery looking at the graves and the stones they were made from At the same... Continue Reading →

Place of defiance

For the past weeks, I have been exploring the Kensal Green Cemetery again, capturing little moments in time on my camera. What I feel most strongly here is the presence of all the absent people. People are everywhere, yet nobody is here. Instead, there are traces: signs, pictures, names, toys... I am struck by the abundant use... Continue Reading →

Grand union canal

Today Steve and I took another of our walks, through Kensal Green Cemetery, and along the Grand Union Canal, past Wormwood Scrubs prison and onward. And everywhere so many traces of human beings: at home in their houses, in their boats, inside tents, in gaps behind billboards; their pants and shirts, ribbons and ashes scattered in trees, along paths, in the water of... Continue Reading →

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