Cherelle Sappleton is a visual artist living and working in London. Her practice centres on photographic media, with an interest in feminist agendas and performance, utilising abstraction and surrealist aesthetics.Read More
Fergus Cooper is a London-based fine artist. He graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2017. This is the first in a series of posts documenting some of the artists on the Florence Trust residency programme at work in mid-June 2018.Read More
The first of a new series of studio visits with artists, dancers, musicians and other creatives.
Sarah Emily Porter is a London-based fine artist specialising in abstract painting and more recently, sculpture. These images were shot in May 2018, near the end of Sarah's one month Griffin Gallery residency at ColArt in London.Read More
Saturday afternoon test printing for the riso zine with Tom Moran and Ben Madgwick.Read More
A picture a day; curated and posted once a week. That was the plan.
With two days missing so far this project is plunging into chaos already...
I'm pretending that the skipped days can be chalked up to the incompetent exuberance of new project fever and have ignored their existence for this post.
Santa Lucia is a figure in the Swedish mythological tradition who is the bringer of light in the dark winter months. She is celebrated by the Nordic countries on the morning of December 13th. A carol service follows a procession of girls and boys dressed in white robes carrying candles. The train is lead by a girl who takes the role of Lucia, singing while wearing a crown of candles.
It is a magical experience to sit it the gloom of a darkened church; waiting for the first soft strains of singing to reach you, followed by an almost imperceptible change in the colour of darkness as the warm glow from the robed figures rushes ahead to announce their arrival. Soon they are floating past you, shadows dancing over the walls and their voices washing over you as one by one they follow Lucia to her place by the altar.