From Absorb to Zoom: An Alphabet of Actions in the Women's Art Library, my site-specific installation of digital prints with content derived from the Women's Art Library, will be on view at Goldsmiths College from 2 - 30 March, 2015.
In tandem with the project, I am inviting selected artists with documentation in the WAL archive to send me images of recent work to feature on this project blog.
Lorna Green is a sculptor and environmental artist who makes work in public places. She describes her practice:
I have worked throughout the UK and overseas in urban and rural landscapes, indoors and outdoors and have made sculptures which have been both permanent and temporary. My sculpture is site-specific in that it relates totally to the site, taking into consideration the architecture, landscape, history, economy, ecology or mythology of the area.
|Conch shell and drawings for El Eco del Pasada|
|El Eco del Pasada / Echo of the Past, 28 x 18 metres, White lime & pigment, Tufia,Gran Canaria. Photo: Javier Suarez|
El Eco del Pasada video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=niS3sorZfog
|La Mouette/The Seagull, 4 x 9 x 2 metres, Paint, branches, 2014, Tessy-sur-Vire, France|
I use a wide variety of materials relevant to the project -- wood, stone, bricks, steel, brass, bronze, plantings, rope, sand, water, glass, light, plastics, even feather, silk flowers, cans, hay and snow. I enjoy working on both large and small scales.
River, 2011, 8 x 12 x .5 metres, Limestone gritstone, glass, paint. Entrance to Darwen Leisure Centre, Lancashire, UK
|La Cloche Perdue, 2013, 7 x 1.5 metres, Wood branches, cane, paint, Savoie, France|