How do we relate with our close ones when they are far, unreachable, and displayed to us through a flat screen designed to keep us safe, at distance? We see them, we talk to them, the information flow passes between us, courtesy of our advanced digital world. But how do we really keep in touch... Continue Reading →
I wanted to share with you the latest poetic film script, which was inspired by the current lockdown and social distancing rules, while also continuing with my experiments using food and its ingestion as a means of transportation into interior worlds. I am very interested in the creative process and therefore find sharing different steps... Continue Reading →
Here are some stills from a series of three art participation events entitled Moving Water, inspired by our sensory, embodied relationship to water. These took place between 19th - 21st June 2014, at the October Gallery, London. Moving Water offered a moving, embodied sensory experience of our biological, psychological, cultural understanding of water through handling sculptural vessels that contain water. Made... Continue Reading →
TASTE OF ICELAND: Art, Science and Exploration by Annabel Huxley Our aim was to use “food to evoke and provoke essential states of the mind which otherwise cannot be evoked and provoked” Marinetti, The Futurist Cookbook. What would Iceland taste, smell and feel like if you could whet your senses on a journey through that... Continue Reading →
My attempt to build up a multi-sensory image, involving the awareness of touch, scent and taste, through visuals alone. These are selected stills from my short film experiments.
On the relationships of science and art, an excerpt from David Bohm's On Creativity "I have personally discovered that through talking with artists and correspondence with them, as well as through seeing their work, I have been greatly helped in my scientific research. The main effect of these contacts was to lead me to look... Continue Reading →
Over the last week my colleague Rosalyn Driscoll and I have begun developing ideas and artwork for our upcoming exhibition Generation. We are working with animal rawhide, tracing paper, fabric, sound, air and projected light. We try and respond to these different "materials" and observe how they interact. Roz and I are thinking about the... Continue Reading →
An incredibly inspiring interview with Sissel Tolass, Norwegian scientist and artist who has dedicated her life and work to the world of smells: http://mono-kultur.com/issues/23