2019 Height (cm)
38 Length (cm)
32 Depth (cm)
2 Weight (g)
350 Materials and Techniques
graphite prints of the artist’s mother embroidery tools, graphite pencil, laser prints on paper, Indian ink on two Moleskine Japanese Album, with inserts of text and fabric design from the Architectural Review Magazine, UK, June 1936 Subject/Description
NOTES ON CARE, is composed by two intersecting notebooks, which open to create different three dimensional configurations, where the ‘strips of words’ are positioned as to create depth and layers of the meaning of care, for example as a verb and as a noun: “support, defend, advocate/pilaster, pillar, platform”. The notebook is one of two, and part of the project ‘CARE: from periphery to centre’ in collaboration with Homerton College, University of Cambridge for their 250th anniversary celebration, and involved interdisciplinary collaboration with (science, education and architecture). It also highlighted how the college was one of the very few to give young ladies access to education in the 19th Century.
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