Drawing Insight. A documentary video by #RosiePowellFreelance with #YvonneJFoster and #RachelRedfern. Exhibition currently showing at #Pallanthousegallery until 26 March 2017
Drawing InsightPublished on 6 Mar 2017
A film documenting the Insight Partnership, a collaborative project delivered by Outside In and the University of Chichester. Artists Yvonne J. Foster, Deborah Petch and Rachel Redfern worked in partnership over a three month period to experience each others ways of working. This film was made by filmmaker Rosie Powell and was first shown as part of Drawing Insight, an exhibition celebrating the partnership, which ran at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester 1-26 March 2017. www.outsidein.org.uk
Workshop in ArtOne with the University of Chichester creative writing students.
Fantastic responses to the work. Thank you
Bringing the Inside Out!
The kitchen floor paper and ‘The Trundle at Goodwood’ come together.
A second ‘Inkscape’ created outside using the paper that had previously been on my kitchen floor for several weeks with all it’s marks and traces.
Starting with a mini sketch for compositional purposes, this time in charcoal on a scaled down replica in proportion and shape of my kitchen floor.
I then created the second ‘Inkscape’ on this rather tired and worn out piece of paper while filming took place, once more by Rosie. This time Rachel worked alongside me. The idea was for Rachel to paint the landscape on Yvonnes kitchen floor, however when we unfurled the paper and read all the tiny messages from Yvonne, it just didn’t seem right. Rachel painted on a triptych she had prepared.
Hanging the ‘Inkscape’ in ArtOne at University of Chichester. Examining the kitchen floor paper too.
Inspirational landscapes in the mist and the frost. Photography of my journeying from Worthing to West Dean.
The Trundle at Goodwood with low lying mist in the late afternoon.
Taking up of the kitchen floor paper prior to Christmas. Had to be done.
I had stuck it down rather too well!
Meeting with Yvonne, Shirley, Jennie, Rosie, Rachel and myself at The Regency Town House, Brighton.
Rachel, Yvonne and I showed a powerpoint presentation each of what was important in the project, individually, thus far.
Yvonne welcomes us.
Floor revealing many traces, marks and a few holes and tears.
Back to the concertina book with Yvonne at University of Chichester. Discussions and plans for our exhibition take place.
Taking the smallest concertina and attaching to the large concertina with thread. Perhaps using a sewing machine to join the works together and including the large Inkling.
If Yvonne was to make the small work, perhaps I better get on and make more larger work to attach.