I’m really proud to be part of an exhibition at the Tate Modern in London. Ideas in Motion: Borders, Bodies, and The Universe is on until June 16th and features work by researchers from the Queen Mary University of London. I’m just one small contributor to a large piece called eMotion: Emotional Transitions in Healthcare created by Alban Low, Harvey Wells, and Kevin Acott of Collect Connect. During Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 we were asked to move between emotional, spiritual, social, and physical stations. We considered how to transverse a network from being ‘healthy’ to being ‘ill’, from ‘independence’ to ‘dependence’ and back again.
I’ll be travelling to London to see the show tomorrow which I’m quite excited about. It’s a big deal having contributed to something to be shown in such a prestigious gallery. I’m not the kind of artist who is comfortable in playing the social scene to make my voice heard, so it’s great for my little voice to be part of a larger choir of little voices. Together we sing of wellness and fear, of joy and living, as part of an interactive subway style floor map.
If you’re in London pop along this weekend and see for yourself. Or follow this link HERE to read more about how Alban Low, Andrea Rinciari, Anne Beach, Anonymous, Astra Papachristodoulou, Ben Honebone, Carole Bulewski, Caroline Streatfield, Charles Lambert, Danny Mooney, Dawn Goodwin, Dean Reddick, Denise Cowan, Denise Ledgerwood, Diane Taber, Francesca Albini, Ginny Reddick, Glen Strachan, Harley Richardson, Harvey Wells, Helen Nicholas, Jackie Franklin, Jacqueline Smith, Jennie Gray, Jenny Meehan, Jessica Sedler, Jill Hedges, Jim Edwards, Jina Wallwork, Jo Silver, John Tilt, Judith Parry, Julie Reay, Kate Cox, Katie Stone, Katya Duft, Kevin Acott, Laura Hulse, Lesley Cartwright, Lesley Crowhurst, Leslie Baldock, Linley Weir, Lorraine Bewes, Lucy Furlong, Lucy Newton, Margaret McCloy, Mark Carr, Mark Lomax, Melanie Honebone, Mike Dunn, Mike Russell, Mike Soper, Natalie Low, Nick Mort, Nigel Price, Penny Parr, Peter S Smith, Peter Turton, Phil Deed, Rebecca Lowe, Robert Good, Robin Helweg-Larsen, Robin Hutchinson, Rose Catling, Ruth Payne, Sam Furlong, Sarah Taylor, Shirley Smart, Sophie Bradbury, Stella Tripp, Stephen MacLachlan, Steve Cohen, Stuart Crewes, Stuart Hawkes, Tahira Mandarino-Simler, Tamara Jelača, Terence Collie, Theo Wood, Tony Martin, Tracy Boness, Tracy Ann Ferriss and Wayne Sleeth, have created our narrative on life.