By spending time in the Northampton gallery I’ve been able to have some great conversations with many inspiring people.
Here is a selection of comments written in the visitors’ book by some of the people I didn’t get to meet in person.
A great collaboration between sound, materials and the awareness of oneself in a fictional world created in the imagination. I truly was immersed in the experience. Great use of materials to bring it all to life. The various textures, use of lights, the crunch of leaves in an imaginary space. To the moon and back by night. Your consciousness definitely touched me. Thank you.” David
Poses lots of questions, but not in a disturbing way. I liked the contrast between the marked floorboards (permanent impression) and the image / reflection (impermanent). We should think more about our impact than about our appearance.” Amy (on Election Day 2015).
The eye is a genie. He’s got trapped in a box because he got lost. He can come out if you say the magic word.” Poppy (age 4)
Once I’d realized that this wasn’t going to tell me all about shoes I found this quite fascinating. Most interesting as a music teacher (primary) I found this inspiring as a starting point for creative music making. What a shame I’m retired now- first time I’ve said that!” Jane
A wonderful focus on the concept and felt experience of embodiment and connection. Grounding and liberating, beautiful and spacious. If more of us were embodied more of the time and knew how to re-connect with body and self then that would help a sense of containment and freedom that can heal and restore using the senses – intra and interpersonal well being. With appreciation.” G.Y. Core Process Psychotherapist.