Insights on Grounded

Excuse my indulgence in posting at the end of this entry a small selection of the comment cards from the Grounded exhibition’s first showing in Glasgow. The many comments received about the importance of preserving culture and sense of place support the aims of the exhibition and I felt that a selection of these insights were therefor worth sharing.

Glasgow workshops, talks and exhibition details are here An interview about my work with journalist Jim Gilchrist is on the Struileag website which can be linked to here or here. And the Digital Resources pages of the blog for further information are here and here. The introductory panel for the exhibition can be found here.

The Grounded residency diary entries begin here in Scotland and then in Australia here. This is a record of my thoughts whilst gathering the material. These thoughts and images inform the production but are not part of the final exhibition.

The exhibition is showing next at An Lanntair Art Gallery in Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, from 13 September to 11 October.

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6 thoughts on “Insights on Grounded

  1. Some great comments Judy – you ‘ve really produced something that people can identify with at quite a deep level…so your instincts and direction were spot on.

    I’d be interested to know what some of the other exhibitions were about as well…


  2. Ooh luvly !!! I’d post ’em too, if it were me ! It’s just terrific that it all went so well – but of course not surprising she added hastily. [grin]


  3. These really are wonderful, Judy – you can see that what you are saying comes through brilliantly. I really like “. . . how much more there is that joins us than separates us.” Absolutely true, as all these comments testify!


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