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Planting On Paper
(NN Contemporary Art, 2014-06)
Outreach project working with 2 schools to investigate landscape through drawing, mapping and design. The project focused on drawing as a pedagogical tool to map and design the landscape. Louise Clarke and Emma Davies were ...
Drawn Threads: Drawing as a visual methodology to enhance qualitative studies
(Experiential Knowledge Special Interest Group of the Design Research Society, 2013-07-04)
This paper is an analysis of the value that drawing can bring to a formal research methodology. It is based on a series of drawings that were produced to extend and develop a form of qualitative enquiry, an Interpretative ...
(The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art & Music, 2016-03)
(NN Contemporary Art and The Royal & Derngate, Northampton, 2015-10)
Louise Clarke was commissioned to make a large scale group art work using projectors as a public participation event. The event was coordinated between NN Contemporary Art and The Royal & Derngate Theatre as part of Fun ...
Drawing The Space Between
A collaborative performance and public participation workshop: Drawing the Space Between. An experiment devised and created by four practitioners from theatre and the visual arts. The coming together of two disciplines: ...
The Case For Pencils: Pencils
(The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art&Music, 2016-12)
Image of Louise Clarke's tools - drawings of and by pencils
(Full House Theatre, 2015-09)
A commissioned collaboration with artist Emma Davies to make an original artwork. The project conception, development and production was commissioned by Full House Theatre with support from the Arts Council.. The proposal ...
World of Echo
(The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art&Music, 2013)
Sharing a love of Arthur Russell's 1986 album, World of Echo, musician David Sheppard and Artist Louise Clarke chose to use its resonant song titles as springboards for new fictions. With each participant unaware of what ...
We Are What We Eat
(The Saatchi Gallery Magazine: Art&Music, 2017-12)
In the latest edition of her regular column, Louise Clarke observes our eternal obsession with images of food.
(Fermynwoods Contemporary, 2016-05)
Fermynwoods Contemporary Art run a programme of alternative education specifically for young people who are permanently excluded from school, dual registered and for school age mothers. The programme invites artists to ...