Axis is an online resource for contemporary art
The NSA is a group of about one hundred and forty professional artists who either live in the South West or have strong connections with the area. The membership is composed of artists working across the full range of contemporary media including painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, video/digital, site specific and performance.
Sophies Story by Belinda Whiting was published in 2012 and gives an account of her daughter's life and early death, aged three. Written to assist the mourning process and confronting loss and grief it is nevertheless a celebratory reflection on a young life. Using simple words and a large sans serif typeface, alternating with photographs from the family album, it was written to enhance understanding (particularly for a younger audience) of the reality of a short life that was both ordinary and exceptional.
Images from the dress rehearsal of a performance Duets for Unusual Souls at Hall for Cornwall, Truro.
The piece, performed by mainly community (and some professional) dancers was choreographed by Angela Praed and based on the dance marathons of the 1930's Great Depression in America.
Photos taken at two dress rehearsals for Shallal Theatre's performance (at Godolphin House, Helston in May 2016), as part of their longer term project Doorways. The performance was directed by Jo Willis and re-told stories from the history of the house, through dance, poetry and theatre.