I’ve just had an article published in the Journal of Visual Art Practice:
KIRK, C. 2014. ‘Painting’ as emergent knowledge: a practice-led case study of contemporary artistic labour. Journal of Visual Art Practice [online]. 13(2), [Accessed 7 October 2014], pp.114-129. Available from: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14702029.2014.959347#
I am now in my third phase of practice for my PhD with the University of Leeds. I’m keeping all the documentation in one place – if you are interested, wander over and have a look.
Guardian article on ways in which artists are engaging people in their local communities with climate change
Corporate sustainability messaging isn’t working – it’s time to look to the arts http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/corporate-messaging-art-provoke-response
feel your way
- to judge where you are going by touching with your hands instead of looking
- to act slowly and carefully because you are not certain how to do something
Cambridge Dictionaries Online
Feeling a way through … is an invitation to participate in the work of art. In a shared exploration of paintings and video made during the artist’s ongoing project of making sense of climate change responsibility, you will share your readings and responses to the artwork – through reflection, conversation, dialogue. Come and feel part of it.
Carole Kirk, Painter and Cultural Industries PhD Scholar
Tuesday 17th December at 12-1pm or 2-3pm, Alec Clegg studio, stage@leeds.
Free entry, but please email to book as places are limited – email@example.com
School of Performance and Cultural Industries, University of Leeds
I will be speaking with David Shearing next Monday 7th October at 5.30pm about my research at the first of this year’s Research Seminars at the School of Performance and Cultural Industries, University of Leeds. Our joint theme is ‘Audience Embodiment: Making and Mindfulness’, and I will be presenting a paper on ‘Making Sense: the immersivity of painting for artist and audience’.
Guardian article “Why getting creative about climate change makes sense” by David Buckland of the Cape Farewell project, which brings artists and scientists together with the aim of changing attitudes towards climate change.
“My work is very much process led, and it’s only a matter of tradition/necessity in art that there is a product at all,” she says. “So the journey, the search, is the place where ideas form and – if I’m lucky – exciting surprises happen.” Vicki Bennett.
Chris Harratt from a-n talks to her: http://new.a-n.co.uk/news/single/sound-gesture-an-audio-visual-collaboration/1
Does climate change art have the power to touch, disturb, move, persuade or inspire change? This article from the Economist surveys some examples of climate change art to consider some of these questions. http://www.economist.com/news/books-and-arts/21581970-future-uncertain-it-also-inspiring-chilling