- A Response to Covid-19 postcards
- What has Lockdown done, one thought and maybe another
- Covid-19 – A Postcard Conversation
- So where in the order of life does Covid 19 belong?
- Reflecting on the opportunities afforded by lockdown
- Bird connections, disconnections & reflections
- Discovered through translation…
Tag Archives: art
We received over 30 postcards in response to our invitation back in May to share thoughts in words or images to a mid-lockdown question “Can we remake our world in new ways?” You can enjoy (as we have) the rich … Continue reading
How do you unthink/rethink cultural structures which shape what we do and who has the power? The day started with 3 artists, a large floor and a very large sheet of black card.
Is it this big? .. size and perspective distorts the familiar… How big is Jane? “I say ‘money’, what do you say?”
Day 1 of exploring exchange and values on our stall at Newport Market. “Can you draw what you value about the market?” Collecting and sharing But sad conversations … “it used to be fantastic“, “‘They’ are to blame“, “where will … Continue reading
How is my view of the world distorted? What’s it distorted by? How is my view different from yours? Which view is “right”? How would I know? Is there an ‘undistorted’ view? … what would that look like?
Why do we build empires? What values are they based on? … and ultimately they collapse Money doesn’t make sense for measuring value but it’s the lens society uses.. And the power of an arbitrary £ symbol determines our place…. … Continue reading
The Larks and Ravens ran a Big Draw event in the Aldi Store in Bristol. We invited customers shopping that day to “draw what you value” and Aldi were kind enough to let us draw on their windows which proved … Continue reading
We’ve become both intrigued and baffled by the strange phenomenon of money. So, we have started to explore the deeply embedded myths of value, growth, credit, debt and capitalism that govern our everyday lives. And Step 1 is to spend … Continue reading
The Larks & Ravens busy exploring how we feel, think or respond differently to climate change questions in private, rather than, public spaces.