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Great Wall of China Supergroup

Great Wall of China

Jake, Groupie, Luke and Zed Support Band

Jake, Groupie, Luke and Zed Support Band

Ladies starting the big clean up obey the Chinese health and safety rules

Ladies starting the big clean up obey the Chinese health and safety rules

For Those About To Rock We Salute You!

Rock On! Lily, Morag & Phoebe

Rock-a-hula

Wayne, Gerardine & Luke with a pint! Rock-on!

Lemmy performing

The Scarlet Pimpernel!

Y oh Y!

All smiles!

Wow this was a big place to speak!

A sunny day this year! 2012

Stadium concert outfit! 2012

Studio 2012

Lucky Lucky Lucky, 2012

Point, 2013

OTIS, Los Angeles, artist team 2013

team Morag & Luke, OTIS, LA, 2013

Vinyl Lounge, Vinyl Factory, 2012

Movement Cafe, Greenwich, 2012

eye eye, 2013

The Pavilion, Birmingham, 2013

On a giant coral far away 2013

Map fabrication & installation team 2013

Cloudgate, Chicago 2013

Lemmy studio, 2014

Temple of Agape, Southbank 2014

Swing it! Wakefield 2014
Photo Bob Collier

Posts Tagged ‘Design’

ME — DESIGNIVAL/LIVERPOOL & THE MONKEY TEMPLE — DELHI

Monday, July 28th, 2014

I love this image, me and the Monkey Temple, taken by Matthew Ashton (here is Matthews review of the event) during my talk at Designival Liverpool. I had a brilliant time, amazing venue Camp & Furnace, fantastic people and great hospitality. Thank you all for asking me to talk and for listening.

ON THE SAME STAGE AS CHRISTO!

Sunday, October 27th, 2013

I must say I was a little star struck, I have loved Christo’s & Jean-Claude’s work forever. To have spoken on the same stage as Christo at Integrated feels incredible.

© Integrated Conferences, photographs by Roger Laute

ON STAGE

Saturday, May 4th, 2013

me and my dad

W PROJECT BOOK LAUNCHED

Friday, March 8th, 2013

Teo Connor and Loren Platt invited me to contribute to their great book project The Journey Is the Treasure. Forward by Liz Farrelly. All the women who made the project possible: Chrissie AbbottSister ArrowRose BlakeMargot BowmanFred ButlerPoppy ChancellorJosephine ChimeJennifer CrouchEleanor CrowTara DarbySonya DyakovaEmily EvansKathryn FergusonEmily ForgotAnna GarforthShona HeathAmy HuntingEvelin KasikovSuzi KempLaceyJenny LewisAnna LomaxChrissie MacdonaldLakwena MaciverShaz MadaniNina ManandharAna MontielMorag MyerscoughRosy NicholasPatternity,Emmi SalonenHana Tanimura and Lynnie Zulu.
My two pieces 1988 Turn of the Screw, opera sets, RCA final project and 2012 Movement Cafe
**The Journey Is the Treasure: £20 available to buy online here. All profits of the sale of the book will be donated to the women’s charity Refuge, supporting women and children escaping domestic violence.

TESTING TESTING

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

Luke and I arrived in Bristol on a very rainy and windy evening and went straight to the Arnolfini Bristol to set up my talk organised by the West of England Design Forum. A great but scary auditorium!

STAGE FRIGHT!

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

Phew! what an incredible space the symposium venue at the Manchester Town Hall. I was speaking yesterday at the Manchester Design Symposium, once I stopped shaking I got into my stride. Adrian Shaughnessy was thought provoking talk, Will Hudson and Vera Maria Glahn were inspiring. I loved Jason Smith’s font for an artist and it was David Kirkwood’s first talk ever, what a venue for your first time, have a look at his project 3hundredand65 and Merzbarn the Kurt Schwitter’s project (Schwitter’s was one of my biggest influences when I was at St Martin’s). A great day and lots to think about, thanks to the organisers for wanting me and thanks to Professor David Crow for chairing us and Malcolm Garrett who joined us on the panel discussion.

In the break one of the audience wrote this note and gave it to David Crow, feels so good when you get a response like this as you never really know how you come across, thank you.