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Art explorations with glass and other things
A Woman's Place - 2005-2007
This site specific project spent three years exploring the archaeological and historical remains of an ancient nunnery, the Nunnaminster, in Winchester. Bequeathed to Queen Alswitha, widow of King Alfred, on his death in 903 its existence remains largely unknown. The project took inspiration from the imagined lives of the women who lived there 1000 years ago, making connections with the lives of women in the city in the early 2000s to create paintings, drawings, performance, stories, film projection and ultimately a concept for a permanent walk through public art installation which won two ArtPlus awards for excellence in public art. To read about the project please click here.
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