Artists Ruth Ewan, Lise Autogena & Joshua Portway in conversation with Dr Marquard Smith discussing the outcomes of their 2015-2016 Residency at North West Cambridge Development. Dr Marquard Smith is an academic, curator and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Visual Culture.
This event will take place in the Artists' Studios at Gravel Hill Farm
Another Time is a meadow and test-bed which, over the next three years, will transform a disused field next to Gravel Hill Farm workers' cottages into a non-mechanical clock. The plants featured in the meadow have been carefully selected for their predictable flower opening and closing times - as first hypothesised by Carl Linnaeus his book Philosophia Botanica, 1751. The project is accompanied by a pamphlet detailing the research and ideas behind the project.
Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway
Imagining cities like plants is an exhibition within the Artists Studios at Gravel Hill Farm that will capture research carried out by Joshua Portway and Lise Autogena during their residency with The Sainsbury Laboratory. The artists have investigated the structure of cities using models of plant growth and techniques acquired from plant biology. The exhibition takes a sideways look at the relationship between urban ecology of the city and the cellular biology of plants.
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Venue: Gravel Hill Farm, Madingley Rise, Madingley Road, Cambridge CB3 0FU.
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