It was in The White Bird that John Berger wrote “art does not imitate nature, it imitates a creation, sometimes Continue reading
Inspired by a famous stretch of the River Test (known as the Oakley Beat) owned by the National Trust at Mottisfont, Surface Tension focuses on the unique ecology, history, ritual (fly fishing) and geology (chalk) present here and how it might respond to climate change.
Just spent the day at Arts University Bournemouth in architecture reviewing the concept designs for Surface Tension. Both exciting and Continue reading
Next week I am in a workshop with architecture students at Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) on the first stage of Continue reading
It was for The Field magazine that F.M. Halford wrote about dry fly fishing under the pen name of the Continue reading
I visited the famous Oakley Beat yesterday, on the River Test. I guess this sentence need a little explanation: the Test Continue reading