I was commissioned to write this text to mark 10 years working together for fabricators Plenderleith Scantlebury
‘One of the perks of being an artist based in one of the most populated artist studios in the country is the wealth of talent and expertise available right on the doorstep; when an artist is unsure how to achieve something there is a knowledge pool to tap into for help and advice. In that pool are Lisa Scantlebury and Mark Plenderleith…’
Read the full text here.
The second page in visual correspondence for Revolve:R.
A hugely contrasting text to the first session, Performing Stillness was penetrable, but still challenging, and illustrated with plenty of real life examples. It proposed stillness as an act of resistance, in a contemporary world of endless movement. I was reminded of the powerful standing man protest in Istanbul last year.
It gives me goose pimples.